If you didn’t see the BIG news on my social media channels, we’ve officially moved to Arizona! My husband accepted an amazing job offer and since my yarn can go with me anywhere, we decide to move our family from Orange County, CA to Phoenix, AZ! We seem to always be on a new adventure. My husband and I met in Seattle, WA (my hometown) got married and had our first son there. He received a promotion shortly after that and we moved to Portland, OR for 4 years where we had our other two children. His same job took us to Orange County, CA where we had been living for the past 6 years. Now this new opportunity presented itself and we realized that as long as we have each other, we can be happy anywhere. We’ve been in Phoenix less than a week but we are already loving the desert (despite the extreme summer heat) and are having fun getting settled into our new home!
I was honored to have been contacted by Voyage Phoenix Magazine (a local media outlet) for a fun interview! They wanted to get to know the story behind my crochet business journey and get to know a little bit more about myself and Repeat Crafter Me. I was thrilled to answer all their questions and was very excited to see the article live on their website today! I hope you hop over to VoyagePhoenix.com and take a minute to read it!
READ MY INTERVIEW WITH VOYAGE PHOENIX HERE
I’m working on setting up my new yarn room and look forward to showing progress pictures and all my new ideas. If the blog seems a little sparse lately, just know that I am juggling a lot of behind the scenes!
Above is a picture of my in my new (empty) yarn studio, Thinking of what I’m going to do with this blank canvas. It has darker wood and a more rustic vibe than my old craft room. But I think I am going to have fun with this space and really make it incredible! This is all the yarn I brought with me (the rest is in boxes). Arizona already inspired me to work on a sunset blanket! Stay tuned!
Thanks for all of my reader for your continued support!
Maria Miller says
I love your website but I wish you has sub-titles under crochet. Such as:
Crochet Afghans or Crochet Christmas or Crochet Amigurumi or Crochet Hats and so on….
I think you can figure out what I mean. It is just so time consuming having to go thru Crochet page 1, page 2, etc.
p.s. I lived in Arizona for 34 years, 27 in Phx and 7 in Tucson. All 3 of my children were born in Phoenix.
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