Crochet Community fosters the joy of making.
When you have someone to share your passion with you’re able to externalize your emotions and a crochet community gives you this outlet. You don’t need a huge circle of friends to crochet with but even having one person to share in your joys of making will bring all these things together – connecting, creating and experience the joy of making.
I’m joined by, Melissa, creative and kind woman behind Woods and Wool. We explore the importance of these three things, connecting, creating and the joy of making and why they are so important for us.
- About Melissa and her journey with Woods and Wool
- How to create time in a busy corporate-America role to unwind and crochet and foster a community of makers.
- How a crochet group can be a pivotal role in your maker experience.
- How to form a crochet online or offline.
- How to find your why to always bring you back to your goal.
Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Melissa!
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Links & Resources
Find Melissa on Instagram @woodsandwool or on Facebook @woodsandwoolstudio
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