I’ve been sitting on some juicy professional #crochet news for a few months now.
However, the time has finally come that I can share it!
Are you ready?
I was asked to write a technical article about crochet hooks! 😀
It turned into two articles! :)
The first’s about hook shapes and the second’s about hand holds!
Kinda cool huh!😀
And it’s for Interweave Crochet! Yep!
You can check out the preview for the issue here!
If you’ve known me awhile, then you know how passionate I am about crochet and especially crochet hooks. To me, we don’t pay enough attention to our tools! Even though our tools make up such a huge part of the equation when it comes to the outcome of our crochet designs! Not to mention our crochet comfort, control and frustration levels. So I was really excited at the opportunity to “preach the gospel,” so to speak!
This Interweave Crochet hook article combo is one of the largest freelance writing endeavors I’ve ever worked on. And of course after pouring so much crochet heart into them, I can’t help but be excited that I get to share it with Interweave Crochet and their readers!
So please watch for the issues, check out the articles and feel free to ask questions and give feedback! I’m confident these articles will be unlike anything you’ve ever read in a publication about hooks before. And I’m so excited that the world of hooks, hands and their variations is getting more attention! :D I mean, just how many articles have you seen dedicated to crochet tools and the hands that hold them!
Yay! Hookey goodness!😀
So… you gotta go check it out! The first article on hook shapes will be in your next Fall 2013 Issue of Interweave Crochet. The second article will show up in the Winter 2013 issue. Some Interweave subscribers already have the first (I know because you emailed me – thanks for letting me know!), so if you subscribe and haven’t received your magazine yet – you will soon! I haven’t received mine yet either, so I’m waiting too! And if you like the efforts Interweave Crochet is making in advancing crochet knowledge, please let them know!
For those of you who buy your magazines off the stand, you’ll likely have to wait until September 16th. The summer issue will be on display until then, at least in the U.S..
So there you go! There’s the big news I’ve hung on to!
But stay tuned, because that’s not the only bit of juicy news I have to share! Next up, I have to tell you about my summer trip with my kids across the country, our visit with Laurie Wheeler from The Crochet Liberation Front and her family, a sweet yarn shop in Denver, and more!
Not to mention, we have a lot of catching up to do! Catch you on the flip side!