Question of the Week: What’s your craft of choice?

Written on March 28, 2011 at 12:00 pm by Michelle
Filed under: Question of the Week

There’s an immense amount of talent in the Blythe community. It’s not just in the photography, but there is a lot of photography involved in this hobby as well. Any day that I log onto Flickr, I’m bombarded by beautiful photography, photos of newly sewn clothes, customized dolls in beautiful colours and knitted and crocheted things.

Everyone has a lot of talent in the community. Some people even do several types of crafts, like sew and knit. Some people design beautiful resin things (think pullrings and jewellery!). People do great things in this community and it makes me happy seeing all the pretty things that people make.

What’s your craft of choice?

For me, I mostly crochet and knit things. I will occasionally sew as well (because buying dresses can get awfully expensive after a while!). But beyond that, I would say that my ‘craft’ of choice would be blogging. It’s something that I can do when I need something to do or just to take my mind off of things. Plus it means that I get to share my thoughts with the world and, for, I produce new content to share with all of you about the Blythe community.

5 Responses to “Question of the Week: What’s your craft of choice?”

  1. Anne AKA @anneheathen

    Sewing and knitting are my two biggest crafts, and I’m trying to develop my photography skills.

  2. Julie AKA @raebeluj

    I knit, crochet and sew and have done since I was a Brownie. I love to scrapbook and read. I do have a nice camera that I’d like to use better, as I enjoy taking photos, esp. artsy ones. I’m going to be designing and creating Blythe clothes very soon (I hope).

  3. Alice AKA @nuwandalice

    Besides photography, I’d say crochet right now 🙂

  4. Holly AKA @thethinkingdoll

    I mostly sew, but I am trying to learn to knit and crochet. I also really enjoy photographing my dolls and rerooting dolls can be quite therapeutic 🙂
    I like doing little illustrations inspired my girls too, either digitally or in watercolours.

    By the way I always find your blog impressively well crafted so keep up the good work 🙂

  5. Anne AKA @Anne0731

    I love crochet, I am trying to learn to knit but it is slow going. I also sew a little but I don’t love it.

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