Interview with Deborah Atkinson (Snowcatcher)

This post contains affiliate links. Do you ever stumble across a blogger or designer and wonder how it is that you haven’t seen her work until that moment?  This is exactly how I felt when I first saw Deborah Atkinson’s Snowcatcher blog.  I literally couldn’t understand how so much time had elapsed without me being … Read more

Awesome Crochet Blog Award! from Crochet Concupiscence

This post contains affiliate links. Woohoo!  Kathryn from Crochet Concupiscence just awarded me her first Awesome Crochet Blog Award of 2011 for best interviews.  Kathryn is one of my favorite crochet bloggers and I check her blog daily for all the latest happenings in crochet.  I feel very honored.  Thanks Kathryn! You can read all … Read more

Blanket retrospective

This post contains affiliate links. Barbara at Made in K-Town is hosting one of her awesome link parties, and this month the theme is crocheted blankets.  I was inspired to share some the blankets I made before I was blogging. Way back in May, I posted about the project journal I used to use for … Read more

Book Reviews: 20+ Crochet Stitch Guides

This post contains affiliate links. My recent freeform project – inspired by my Year of Projects goal to work my way through Crochet Master Class: Lessons and Projects from Today’s Top Crocheters and the Crochet Liberation Front’s July freeform CAL – has reminded me how much I love my stitch guides.  I use them for … Read more

Blurring the distinctions: An interview with LUKE, quilt artist

I recently discovered the work of LUKE Haynes through this post in Katharine Watson‘s blog, The Printing Press.  I contacted LUKE after reading Katharine’s post and checking out his website, and he graciously agreed to an interview. For those of you who aren’t already familiar with LUKE’s work, he is an architect turned quilter.  LUKE’s … Read more

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