Talking craft and creativity with... Susan Pinner
Thursday, February 26, 2015
To celebrate International Women's Day on 8th March, we talk to a series of crafty authors about inspiration and what craft means to them
Sunday 8th March is International Women’s Day and to celebrate, we’ve spoken to some of our favourite female crafters about inspiration, creativity and what craft means to them.
Meet... Susan Pinner!
When did you start crafting and why?
Probably over 55 years ago, at junior school and I was making a costume doll and dressing it. The costume was in red and gold and the hair grew on the doll, LOL. I can picture it now sitting with my Grandma, she helped me make it on an old hand singer sewing machine my Mum had...ah, memories!
When starting new projects or coming up with new ideas, what inspires you?
Hard to say, never one thing, could be a painting, a flower, a gorgeous yarn or a colour combination, never just one thing or ever the same, one reason I love designing!
Susan is the author of Granny Squares, published by GMC (£14.99, available from www.thegmcgroup.com).