María Cabriza es originaria de Paraguay, donde obtuvo un título universitario y empresarial y trabajó como gerente. Desde que se trasladó a los Estados Unidos que ha sido capaz de dedicarse a tiempo completo a su arte, que incluye crochet.
Beth Currie se enamoró de ganchillo después de trasladarse a Escocia. Ella comenzó a trabajar con hilo, la fabricación de joyas de ganchillo único y hermoso, y finalmente abrió la ardilla roja Crafts para compartir su trabajo con los demás. En esta entrevista se aprende más sobre su trabajo, cómo se equilibra con el resto de su vida y cómo todo se va a ayudar a las ardillas rojas.
I am happy to bring you an interview today with Erna who blogs at Eyes of a Child, a beautiful blog inspired by the creativity and curiosity of how children see the world. She is a crafter who loves to crochet and has seen the benefits of the craft. She is also a photographer who shares beautiful images of her work. En esta entrevista, we learn about her history with the craft and get a few photo tips for crafters.
Cynthia Thomas learned to crochet as a child and now sells her work through the shop Loopy Crochet. She loves making crochet scarves, hats and blankets and gets really creative when it comes to crocheting baby items. Crochet has helped boost her self-esteem and reduce her anxiety. Learn all of this and more about her work in this crochet interview.
This week I fell in love with this simple video by Tom of Holland, in which he explains the essence of his “visible mending” in fiber art. He is not strictly, or even most, a crochet artist but he does incorporate crochet into his work and I think that the overall message of what he’s doing is so interesting and valuable.
Fun interview questions with Keshae of Soulful Stitchery who was featured in my December 2016 Happily Hooked digital magazine article.
This is a guest post by Linda Kennedy who shared her crochet health story here on the blog. Today she shares a piece that she has written about an exercise in crocheting with your eyes closed.