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People dress their dogs in rain jackets and tutus. They put their cats in hoodies and T-shirts.
Andrea Fields sells items she made at her shop, Needle Artist and Crafters in Southfield.
On Tuesday I visited a small public space in New York City, the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art .
Courtesy photo Naval Air Station Patuxent River Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society volunteers Patrice, Erica and Amelia Ryan showcase a few of the baby blankets they crochet and hand out to participants in the monthly NMCRS Budget for Baby class.
The wearing of crocheted crosses has become a silent witness for a local woman. Jude Gant, 45, of Dearing, wears crosses made with yarn and crosses made from metals as a way 'to be inspired to do better everyday.'
Did you know that March is National Craft Month and all month long Leisure Arts is helping you celebrate by offering some great discounts on their books and patterns.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a few free craft patterns that are all time favorites.
Janet Rehfeldt is the author of " Crochet Pink ", 26 patterns to crochet for comfort, gratitude and charity.
Easter is a Christian holiday celebrated this year on April 20, 2014. The egg or traditionally symbolize fertility and rebirth.
Julie Howarth and Jo Hogan from Stretford Hive's craft group at Stretford Mall with the crocheted blankets and hats made for premature babies A CRAFT group based in Stretford Mall is crocheting blankets and hats to provide premature babies with the vital warmth they need in the first few days of life.
Every year for a decade the team at Ponsonby's Objectspace gallery has toured the exhibitions of applied arts and design graduates from New Zealand's tertiary education institutions to choose their pick of the crop for a Best in Show event.
The entertaining KNIT & CROCHET NOW! features the top designers and experts in the field.
Family Support Center operates the largest homeless family shelter in Thurston County, and it needs overnight hosts from 7 p.m.-7 a.m. Volunteers receive three hours of training with staff, always host with another volunteer, and have direct access to staff via phone.
In Uganda and Peru, a team of lifelong friends is turning a love of crocheting into jobs for impoverished women.