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Retiring my craft blog. See you at katthorsen.com

I love this blog. It has been part of my social media collection of sites for years now. Its main focus has been my personal crafting projects, craftivism and… 101 more words

Sock Art

Gratitude

Today I want to express how grateful I am – for so many things. I’m grateful for the arrival of spring, I’m grateful for my loving parents, my healthy children, my loving partner, the privilege of waking up each morning safe and in a country I love, to do work that I also love, in an attempt to make some small positive difference in the world. 166 more words

Makers

A little book of craftivism

Craftivism: “a way of looking at life where voicing your opinions through creativity makes your voice stronger, your compassion deeper” – Betsy Greer.

I became aware of the Craftivist Collective over a year ago, but it wasn’t until last summer when I watched Sarah Corbett… 487 more words

Inspiration

Self-Care Interview Series with Sayraphim Lothian March 3, 2015

It’s an exciting day around these blog parts for a couple of reasons. First of all, wrenbirdarts is stepping off of the continent today for today’s interview series. 1,034 more words

#selfcare

ECH Stories of Resilience Cloth Art project - part 2

Following on from my residency at Emerald Community House (ECH) and in the lead up to this years annual PAVE festival I have begun stage two of the ‘Stories of Resilience in Cloth Art’ project – a workshop series where I invite locals to make their own cloth-artwork that tells a story about resilience and what it means to them. 1,061 more words

Musings

Craftivist Collective #wellMaking Garden

I am such a fan of the UK Craftivist Collective.

Please see their newest project #wellMaking Garden here. Also, see photos of their recent party on Flicker… 25 more words

Craftivism

#lovetriangle

Lots of people talk about loving others, its quite a trendy thing to do.

But sometimes what the world needs is a little less conversation and a little more action! 332 more words