I’d rather support another individual pursuing their passion, doing what they love in their home, than some businessman in a suit.
Random tidbits about a Denver crocheter’s life…
I’m an crafting mother of two with a full time job, so this is something that I do after kids (and often husband) have gone to sleep – and during nap times.
Crocheting for some people could get rather boring.. but I have found that as long as I have good company or a really good show on TV, I can sit and do my crochet work for a really long stretch of time! Plus I really love when I finish a piece and it turned out so cute!
Well, Pam – You’re living my dream! I always say that one day I’m going to pack up my laptop, the dogs and my hubby and hit the road. I’d love to know more about your travels, do you by any chance blog about your land roaming lifestyle??
I have always been “against” mass production. It was easy in communist times to be “against”. There was nothing in shops so we made our own clothes, we dyed them. I even made shoes for myself. Everything was gray, so once a person was wearing colourful cloth – that one was automatically “against”. Than the capitalists came. Everybody could buy… View Post
I always love reading the sweet little messages that are left for me in the ‘odds and ends’ section of the crafter interviews. All I can say to you, Amy, is that you are most welcome – I can think of no better way to spend my time other than to give back to my fellow handmade crafters who put… View Post