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!
Happy Thanksgiving! Every year on this day I do a post about why I’m thankful for crochet. It’s important to me to do this because crochet saved my life and it continues keeping me sane, stable, and happy as well as connected to an amazing online and offline crafting community.
You know what I’ve noticed over time? I’ve noticed that whatever is happening in my crochet work reflects what seems to be happening in my life.
How do you refer to your crochet work when talking to others? Do you call yourself a crocheter, an artist, a fiber artist, a crafter, a maker, a creator, a small business owner … or something else?
I think a good discussion for today has to do with when you should offer your crochet knowledge, experience and skills for free and when you should be paid for it.
Friday’s open discussion is all about … what do you think of using the word “domestic” to talk about crafts like crochet and sewing and baking?
You can say anything you want here about your experience with crochet resentment but here are some ideas to get you started