Andrea Graciarena’s shawls and shrugs will make you swoon. LeAnna Lyons is a long-time Crochetville forum member who is starting a crochet design career in earnest. Visit them both today as we continue to celebrate NatCroMo via our blog tour!
Today we finish the first full week of A Tour through Crochet Country. Jennifer Cirka is a talented crochet designer who also sells finished items. Annette Stewart is a fiber artist, prolific crocheter, and designer.
Good news: Crochet garments are hitting retail stores in a major way! Bad news: Crocheters in other countries are being paid pennies per hour to make these garments. Question: Will this affect prices crocheters are able to command for their custom-made items? Share your thoughts with us.
We’re kicking off day five of A Tour through Crochet Country with stops to visit Mary Jane Hall and Lindsey Stephens. Mary Jane focuses more on publishing patterns through books and magazines while Lindsey Stephens has chosen to self-publish many of her patterns. Come along with us while we pay them a visit today!
We’re four days into NatCroMo and our celebratory blog tour! Amy O’Neill Houck designs stylish, fun garments that fit well. Akua is a font of creativity in crochet, poetry, glassmaking, music, and more. Visit them today.
Phyllis Serbes designs crochet patterns that make perfect projects to give to a loved one. Mona Muhammad makes custom-made crocheted items for her customers that exude “Sass with Class.” Visit both of them today on our third day of A Tour Through Crochet Country.