Today is the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month and also the end of this year’s interview series. Here’s a recap in case you missed some of the interviews. All photos are used with permission. (Click on the photos to link to the interviews.)
Karla Sandoval, the Mexican crochet designer behind Cute Little Crafts.
Marisa Munoz, the Spanish knitwear designer behind al abrigo.
Cristina Mershon, a Galician expat crochet designer.
Monica Rodriguez Fuertes, the Spanish crochet, knitting, and sewing designer and co-owner of Hand Made Awards.
Daniela Montelongo, the Mexican crafter behind Pompon’s Party.
Ruth Garcia-Alcantud, the Spanish expat knitting designer, teacher, and tech editor, also known as rock+purl.
Diana Rivera, the Puerto Rican/Colombian-American fiber artist behind Arte y Poemas.
Spanish crochet designer, Teresa Alvarez.
Cirilia Rose, a Mexican/Irish/Italian-American knitting designer, author, and creative director, also known as bricoleur knits.
Paula Prado, the Chilean yarnie behind De Origen Chile.
Celia Diaz, the Spanish crochet designer behind Abejitas.
I’d like to extend my thanks to each of these twelve talented women. It is very difficult to find time for extra activities when running a small business, so I really appreciate your responsiveness! You can find links to the 9 yarn crafters I interviewed for the 2012 series here.