What does “Crafting Made Simple” mean to you?
This episode is about exploring what it means for yarn to do more for us than just make pretty things. Specifically how simplicity and stories can help us identify what type of crafter we are, why we do what we do and how to inspire the next generation so they can enjoy these things too.
To help me with this is Jen from Stitch and Story, a resource that’s dedicated to simplifying the often complex processes in our craft. Jen and I had a wonderful chat about our personal experiences with learning aspects of the knitting and crochet so you’ll be like a fly on the wall.
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Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode
Stitch and Story website – where you can find all the kits Jen mentioned.
- Share a photo on Instagram of an imperfection in your current project. Use #bhooked so the community can see.
- Return to someone you gifted a project to and tell them the story of that period in your life when you made the gift for them.
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