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Mary Beth Temple

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Designer and author Mary Beth Temple talks to the ladies (and men) who love crochet. Crocheters, yarn folks, designers and magazine editors are all fair game. New shows weekly!

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Whose fault is it that I am a crochet designer? This woman! Listen in on what's sure to be an interesting talk with the force behind DesigningVashti.com

No outside guest tonight - some MBT thoughts on our industry, crochet conversations I wish would change, trade shows and which ones are for you, ads and why we are getting them

I can't wait to share the work of Kathy Lashley from ELK Studios. Known for her fabulous accessory patterns and luscious home decor patterns, Kathy will talk to us about her site and her work

Kate Rathgaber will join us to tell us all the fun things going on across the pond in the LoveCrafts family of sites - patterns and yarn

Join me and guest Tamara Kelly as we talk about crochet in general and Moogly in particular! Moogly is a wonderful resource for patterns, reviews and giveaways

I love the DFW FiberFest! Not just because they let me teach there on occasion (like this year!), but because they support all aspects of the fiber industry, all the yarn crafts, treat their vendors and teachers with as much respect as their... more

London Kaye has produced some amazing artworks with her crochet, both out in the wild and at industry events like the Craft and Hobby Association and Vogue Knitting Live. Join us to hear London speak about her art, and her new yarn line... more

Linda Dean, designer extraordinaire, will be on later in the season to talk about her design work, but tonight she's here in her position as President of the Crochet Guild of America. What's new and happening with the organization? Tune... more

Getting Loopy started its life 4/08 - almost ten years ago! And ended 12/11. I was resistant to getting sponsorship, the infrastructure was costing me a fortune, and most importantly I felt like I was repeating myself - ranting at the wind,... more

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