Because if you are, I want to hear from you.
How about Tweeting about crochet? Likewise. Oh and don’t forget to use the #crochet hashtag when you do.
Though I should clarify, if you’re a linker on Twitter, I probably won’t follow you back. You gotta interact with your followers. Sorry, that’s just what it’s all about. (I know, if you’re new to twitter, it can be confusing. I’ll write an article on that later.)
What am I up to? It’s developing rather organically and not clearly defined yet, but you can call it crochet conniving. Refer back to my post Cro-pocalypse: The Rise of Crochet. It was written tongue in cheek, but I am also somewhat serious.
Crochet suffers a deficit online, as least in the US. Obey Crochet has also written about this. She is not the only crocheter who thought she was alone in the world.
And more than that, there’s the average public ideas of what crochet actually is to enlighten. Sure, doilies and granny squares are awesome. But there’s so much more than that! Tapestry Crochet, Tunisian Crochet, Broomstick Lace, Miniature Crochet, and Freeform Crochet, just to name a few of the many, many variations out there.
There’s just so much more. And overall crochet is an incredibly portable craft, not to mention relaxing (ok, once you’ve got the hang of it). AND its the only fiber art left that cannot yet be truly replicated by a machine. Even that mass-produced stuff you see at the store, is hand created, often by children. It behooves us to preserve this distinguishable art.
If you like crochet, join the quest to celebrate it! 😀
Did you know these are also crochet?
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