Podcast 239: Practical/Impractical Craft is now available! We hear from fine artist Jo Hamilton. She tells about her crocheted portraits and landscapes and lets me peak at her incredible palette of yarn.
We also hear from…
Robin Allard, who made dolls of her husband, his boss and coworkers so they could have a bit of fun around the office! The dolls are based on THIS pattern (Ravelry link).
I interview Tamara Ell, who spent a whole year making this 1930s lace gown in a size that would never fit her. Her Ravelry entry for it is HERE.
Kim Cameron, who designed Crocheted Bread Warmers for Knitpicks’ most recent Classic Kitchen Crochet Collection, tells us about how she developed the pattern. You can hear more of Kim in years past, in Podcast 7!
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Once you’ve listened, we would love to hear what struck you about this podcast. My favorite part was when Jo Hamilton said she represented her model’s tattoos with granny squares. It made me want to get a granny square tattoo! Leave a comment and let us know what you liked hearing about, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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