Alexander, Lee
May 2007
Crochet!;May2007, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p48
The author recounts his experience growing up with a mother working in a crochet-oriented business. One of his earliest memories was playing in his mother's work room and jumping in cabinets filled with skeins of yarn. He was his mother's first model, and was shocked upon hearing that she plans to publish his photographs wearing some of her creations.


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