Contemplative Craft

I have long paired crafting with suffering. Crafting brings a meditative moment to life, helps reduce stress, and melts chaotic elements (if only for a short time). I have crocheted and knit for over twenty years and have had various iterations of craft shops. Now, my shop and my craft have a greater purpose: to provide comfort for grief.

Photo by Surene Palvie on Pexels.com

My companion craft website is up and running…though, still under construction. I hope you enjoy the site as it develops. I plan to offer handmade condolence items and memorial project ideas.

There are two ways three ways to reach the shop:

  1. by clicking the Contemplative Craft menu heading at the top of the page,
  2. by clicking HERE, and
  3. by typing http://www.contemplativecraft.com directly into the navigation bar.

Published by ancarroll

Alexandra N. Carroll is an author, grief advocate, crafter, mother, and partner. She writes on grief and self-care from her home in Vermont. Her forthcoming book concerns how to untangle life-after-loss through the creation of a strong self-care plan.

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