The Embroidery Software Market report is a perfect basis for people who are looking for a comprehensive study and analysis of the Embroidery Software Market. This report entails diverse study and information which will help you to understand your niche and focus key market channels in the regional and globalRead More →

Opening of Lauriebelles at Empire Mall 2 hours ago A convoy of truckers stops in Sioux Falls 2 hours ago COVID-19 in South Dakota: 57 new cases; 7 more… 2 hours ago 10-year sentence for not registering as sex… 2 hours ago A wanted man believed to be dangerous wasRead More →

Title: The crochet book Author: Nikki Sims & Dawn Titmus, eds. Editor: Dorling Kindersley, London Publication date: 2020 Kind: Arts and crafts Critical: Diane McCullough The crochet book Looking at this book, I remember the saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, because the contents are far more impressiveRead More →

TEXARKANA, Texas –A group of creative women from the Collins Senior Center put their talents to good use. The Collins Senior Center Quilting, Crocheting and Knitting Group recently donated 48 handmade bathrobes to Heritage Plaza Nursing Home, Edgewood Manor Nursing Home and The Villa of Texarkana Nursing Facility The bathrobesRead More →

A classic Irish Aran style sweater by Margaret Houghton.PHOTO COURTESY OF MARGARET HOUGHTON MOUNT DESERT — Being a first responder can be overwhelming on a good day. Add a pandemic and stress levels are sure to rise. To cope, Margaret Houghton, a paramedic with the Northeast Harbor Ambulance Service, knits.Read More →

GebRaa and Karama: revitalizing endangered Egyptian crafts Rania Salah Seddik is a passionate entrepreneur and founder of sister organizations GebRaa and Karama, which aim to revive endangered traditional Egyptian crafts and support marginalized communities across the country. “GebRaa cares about the product and Karama cares about the people behind theRead More →

Content of the article QUINTE ARTS COUNCIL For our newest Umbrella magazine, Quinte Arts Council dedicated the winter issue to celebrating the art of craftsmanship and how the lines between the two often blur in innovative and exciting ways. . We’ve profiled 12 artisans from Quinte who express their artRead More →

If you’ve seen the giant crocheted strawberry hanging in front of Fayetteville’s Walker-Stone House, or just down the street caught Maxine’s “yarn bombardment,” or seen the “Yarnography” installation, you know how not talented and creative artist Gina Gallina, now of Fayetteville but formerly of Eureka Springs, may be. She answeredRead More →

New Jersey, United States,- A market research report recently added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the craft market. Based on the historical growth analysis and the current scenario of the Handicrafts Market, the report aims to deliver actionable insights into the growth forecastRead More →

The global Handicrafts market report 2021 is a detailed scenario which splits producers, product types, programs, technological advancements and other areas. This report immediately illustrates the principles of the global craft market. It includes sector definitions and classes as well as segmentation by product class, industries, inspections and producers. ThisRead More →

Dadesley Crafting CIC is based in Tickhill – the group’s aims are to bring people together, improve mental health and wellbeing and combat loneliness. Michelle Dunn, the group’s director, said: “A lot of times craft classes are expensive and you leave feeling like you’ve wasted your money and can’t doRead More →

Bhusara (Muzaffarpur), Bihar It is needlework born out of necessity. Where patches of old saris, dhotis and oversized clothes were brought together to make swaddles for newborns. Old, well-worn, soft and comforting fabrics were perfect for wrapping up the little one. sujani embroidery (known means to facilitate and Jani meansRead More →

In front of the television. In the waiting rooms. In airplanes. A group of Lake County women have spent countless hours knitting, crocheting and, more recently, sewing and quilting to make thousands of handmade items: hats, scarves, blankets, quilts, mittens , washcloths, headbands, toe warmers and even stuffed animals. toysRead More →

Rich Handicrafts are those products which are made and decorated by expert professionals without the aid of tools, devices or even machines. The skill required for each craft is a direct reflection of its regional, traditional and geographic value and sentiments. Rich craftsmanship is the rudiment that displays cultural andRead More →

There’s a new addition to Oakmont’s creative community with the recently opened Oakmont Embroidery, which is owned and operated by longtime Oakmont resident and arts professional Courtney Hall-Powell. Headquartered in town, Oakmont Embroidery started in 2021 and offers a full range of embroidery and design services, including design creation, digitizingRead More →

GuelHandmade, an Etsy shop based in the Philippines, has created an adorable crocheted Jinx doll inspired by the League of Legends gaze of the character Esotericthe Netflix animated series from Riot. After her breakthrough as First Lady of EsotericJinx has become one of the faces of the League franchise withRead More →

NEW YORK, January 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Handicraft Market by Product (Metal Art & Jewelry, Wooden, Textile and Other) and Geography (North America, EuropeAPAC, MEA and South America) – Forecasts and Analysis 2021-2025report has been added to Technavio’s offering. With ISO 9001:2015 certification, Technavio is proud to have partneredRead More →

The New Year is here and that means New Year’s resolutions. If you want to learn something new or take up a new hobby, crocheting might be for you. Crocheting is a yarn craft that involves a single crochet. This hook is uniquely designed with another small hook attached toRead More →

Gabrielle Hearst “In Jamaica, crocheting is a craft that is still passed down from generation to generation, often from grandmothers and mothers to daughters. You see it everywhere – placemats and table runners in people’s homes, bathing suits, blankets and hats” -Rachel Scott, Diotima “In Jamaica, crocheting is a craftRead More →

TEHRAN – Rashti-duzi is a traditional crochet and needlework from Rasht, the capital of the northern province of Gilan, and it is considered one of the finest and most valuable handicrafts in Iran. It has a very long history, like many other crafts. The history of this type of craftRead More →

ANDY MACDONALD/STUFF/Nelson Mail Ailys Tewnion with her crochet designs including Siouxsie Wiles, Michael Baker, Chris Hipkins and Jacinda Ardern Nelson’s Ailys Tewnion loves the sounds of strangers laughing and chatting outside her fence. His latest crochet designs of New Zealand’s Covid-19 response figures are triggering just that, as people passingRead More →