Love to crochet?
When I was a little girl my grandmother was always sitting at the sofa table crocheting. She never stopped crocheting till the last day of her life. I would always marvel at how her hands moved effortlessly back and forth. She was very talented in it that she was making the most stunning clothes. She taught me to crochet when I was at the ages of eight-nine. That was pretty easy, and it went fairly quickly. Even though I'm drawn to old-timey handcrafts and all forms of art, I'm not a passionate crocheter. However, I like it making only small pieces such as potholder or a shawl, as long as I can find some time from my daily routine.
Did you notice that there's a definite elegance to crochet work? The way the yarn twists and then turns together lets me watch it evolve into something else. It perfectly balances the open spaces as twisted and pulled into shapes. The crochet with all its spaces, when the proper yarns are used, gives warmth and allow a positive airflow. I can easily say that crochet is the visual art of lines and spaces.
Finally it allows to be a suitable hand-made ART for all seasons from stunning outfits, dresses to even home décor. Here are creative crochet works published in my favorite Elle Decor. For more? Visit chez Aurélie Mathigot, French artist. I'm amazed, I love them all! I'm sure you will, too.
What can I say? I am smitten!!! Stunning art works definitely provide a beauty to our life.
I will never forget the crocheted fine collars that my grandma has made for me:)