Making with Meaning
More Than 20 Meditative and Creative Crochet Projects
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- Publication Date: October 6, 2020
- Imprint: Abrams Books
- Trim Size: 8 1⁄2 x 9 1⁄2
- ISBN: 978-1-4197-4062-6
- Page Count: 160
- Illustrations: 176 color
- Rights: World/All
A thoughtful, purposeful approach to prioritize time for making, adding more meaning and intention to your life.
From cooking and cleaning to children’s events to business meetings to just about everything else, it’s hard to ﬁnd quiet moments to just be. Jessica Carey has found that her best times for be-ingare when she is making. Hers is an inspiring approach to a beloved pastime, putting to use the meditative and therapeutic beneﬁts of working with your hands. Featuring more than 20 different crochet patterns to inspire you as you make time for making, the book oﬀers instructions to those who want to begin their crochet journey and teaches how to crochet through detailed explanation and visual guidance. Projects vary in skill level but are all designed for readers to be able to free their minds, leaving space for stitch-repetition to kick in. Accompanied by essays focused on gratitude, creativity, and living with intention, among other topics, the book invites you to take time to reﬂect on these themes and their presence in your life. Jessica oﬀers support and encouragement so that you can strengthen more than just your crochet skills as you explore this adventure.
About the author
Jessica Carey of The Hook Nook is a trendsetting ﬁber artist and maker advocate. She lives with her family in Salem, Oregon.