My freeform piece was published in the book of the International Freeform Crochet Guild's 2012 Challenge: Inspired! Art and Music in Fiber. You can see my entry and all the others at the Guild's website .
I chose to interpret Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings of the red hills of New Mexico near Ghost Ranch. Although her paintings smoothed the hills into subtly shifting patterns of red, the real hills are marked with erosion, shifts in angle and light. The blue represents not only the sky but also the mountains behind the red hills.
I also participated in a group crochet-along (CAL) to bead crochet around a cabochon. Here are my two pieces:
And, I've done a small beret in Plymouth's Kudo yarn, a self-striping yarn:
Sharecroppers farmed a section of land for the owners. They received everything they needed (and often less) from the owner. At the end of the season, they turned in their crop and received credit for it. Seldom was the credit enough to cover expenses for the coming year; so the sharecropper was always in debt to the owner. I remain in debt to God for every year that I continue in this life that God has given me. And, I am thankful for it.