I hope you enjoyed this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month interview series! If you didn’t have a chance to read all the interviews, I’m sharing links to each one today. Click on the photo to go to the relevant interview. Enjoy!
Today, I’m finishing up my interview series in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month 2014. I’m pleased to share an interview with Fabiola Woerner, a Chilean-American multi-craftual blogger. I met Fabi through a group for crochet bloggers, but she also sews and
I’m excited to share an interview with emerging Chilean knitting designer, Susana from Creaciones Susana. Susana is also a maker who sells her finished knit projects in her Etsy shop. You can find Susana online on her (Spanish-language) blog, Facebook, Flickr, Pinterest, Ravelry
I’m continuing my Hispanic Heritage Month series today with an interview with Spanish knitting and crochet designer and blogger, Rosalia Fauste. Rosalia can be found online on her blog, El mon de Rosalia, on Ravelry (as rosalias and on her Ravelry
I’m continuing my Hispanic Heritage Month series today with an interview with Mexican-American crochet amigurumi designer, Adriana Aguirre. Adriana has been publishing her designs for just over a year. This post contains affiliate links. Adriana can be found online on Ravelry