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How to Get Into Crochet...
Artisan Crafts Week ...Even if You've Never so Much as Heard of it Before Hi everyone! MrsEveTwo (https://www.deviantart.com/mrsevetwo) here, but you can call me Shea! Two years ago, I learned how to crochet with zero knowledge of the craft. I want to share with you what got me started, and how I went from knowing nothing to opening an Etsy using nothing but the internet! First off, let me just say that I'm pretty much as amateur as it gets. Everything I've learned has been through online tutorials and lots of practice to figure out what works best for me. I'm just getting into this game, so I'm not exactly equipped to do any real tutorials, but I can help you find your passion
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Artist // Hobbyist // Varied
  • United States
  • Deviant for 15 years
Badges
Delicious Cake: My, that's a delicious cake (1)Delicious Cake: My, that's a delicious cake (1)Delicious Cake: My, that's a delicious cake (1)
Birthday '16: Celebrated DeviantArt's Sweet Sixteen
Biting Pear of Salamanca: Participated in April Fools' Day 2017
Khush: Participated in April Fools' Day 2019
Golden Llama: Llamas are awesome! (12830)
My Bio
Abandoned at a young age but found and raised by a pack of wild books
Favourite genre of music: baroque
Shell of choice: cowrie ;-)
Personal Quote: I don't have much interest in having a relationship with jealous gods.

Oh, and I do not have a Facebook page.

Favourite Visual Artist
too many to choose from.
Favourite Movies
arsenic & old lace
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
telemann and other baroque composers, early ELO, Led Zeppelin
Favourite Books
I read nearly anything and everything, leaning toward nonfiction and classics.
Favourite Writers
John Locke, Evelyn Waugh, and Virginia Woolf
Favourite Games
sudoku
Favourite Gaming Platform
just about anything smooth and level
Tools of the Trade
pen, paper, 'puter, camera, needle & hoop
Other Interests
philosophy, card weaving, flash animation, black humor
Well, I got eclipsed sometime today.  In other words, DA changed my default over to that format even though I think it's hideous and want nothing to do with it.  Fortunately, I was able to manually change it back.  I'm wondering how much time I have ...
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qotd
Since [the artist's] work comes back to him simply as joyfulness, he does not find therein the painful labour of making himself into an artist, and of creation, nor the strain and effort of his work.  Furthermore, the crowd may judge the work or bring it offerings, endue it with their own consciousness in whatever way it may be: if they with their knowledge set themselves above it, he knows how much more his act is than what they understand and say; if they put themselves below it and recognize in it the essence which dominates them, he knows himself the master of this being. -Hegel (Phenomenology of Spirit)
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The importance of culture
To say this blows my mind would be hyperbole, but this video has prompted me to think of nearly everything in a different light. Over the years, as I've gotten older, I've come to appreciate the importance of culture and traditions--- not as ossified sets of rituals and material trappings, but as a matrix that supports and informs how people interact with each other and how they view the world.  Mind you, I don't always agree with the worldview of a given culture.  But for me this really brings home the importance of very mundane things like  how we relate to other people on a daily basis.
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Thanks for the llama have one back :)
WikyWolfFoxStudent General Artist
Thanks For The Llama by WikyWolfFox  
AlberichPotterHobbyist Photographer
Hi, thanks for the llama! Nod 
nap4eNew Deviant

Thx for your Llama! (*°▽°*)

Have one back!~

DedefoxProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks for llama, sent you one back!
PoliCatzNew Deviant

Thank you for the Llama

kenzory1Hobbyist Photographer

Thank you!