Today’s contribution to Mandalas for Marinke comes from Daphne.adora who says on Instagram, “I love to knit and crochet. I also like the outdoors, music and reading.”
This contribution to Mandalas for Marinke comes from Mary who writes, “Yarn is my passion and it gives me peace when I pick up a skein and a hook.”
Vaidehee of The Happy BandVegan is a “medical writer, vegan food manufacturer, obsessive crocheter, creative soul” who sent this contribution to Mandalas for Marinke.
This contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project comes from Sarah who says crochet, “definitely saved my sanity when I couldn’t leave the house and even now, though I am getting better”
Today I’m participating in a group blogging experience! WOW! Women On Writing has gathered a group of blogging buddies to write about finding love in unimaginable places. Of course, it won’t be unimaginable to most of you that I found love through crochet and the craft community!
Jennifer in Maine says, “I am a crocheter and a social worker. I was inspired by Wink to create and learn. I was spurred on by her death to help raise awareness about depression.”
Erica Dawn learned to crochet when she was a young child, about the age of six. Her grandmother had taught her the basics, but she lost interest in it fairly quickly. Then, about five years ago, that same grandmother passed away on the night of her 93rd birthday. Erica picked up the hook again to help her deal with the loss. In this interview, she shares that experience and how crochet has helped.