Being a maker means lots of decisions and lots of “stuff”.
I don’t know about you but sometimes that can feel a little overwhelming. Yarn that seems it’ll never get used. Pattern decisions. Project decisions. Do I use this color or that color? Wait maybe that stitch instead of this one?
If you create with yarn, chances are you have thought some of this before. I think about this stuff on a daily basis! A refreshing change of pace came in my chat with T from Debrosse, a maker, business owner and minimalist. In this episode I explored all the areas of minimalism as it relates to makers, yarn business owners and yarn enthusiasts in general.
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This episode is brought to you by my online Blueprint class, “Tunisian Crochet for Beginners”, everything you need to learn Tunisian crochet and make your first three projects.
If you are ready to learn Tunisian crochet, this is the class for you!
Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode
To follow along with Haiti volunteer opportunities (donating yarn, making hats/sweaters) follow T on Instagram @debrosse_nyc – She will share those opportunities in Instagram Stories.
Airtable – Project management tool T uses
Asana – Project management tool I am currently using
CoSchedule – Project management and content calendar tool I used to use
Trello – Project management tool
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