Each Wednesday I share posts that are part of the 52 Weeks Crochet Blog Challenge by Julie of Red Berry Crochet. Today’s prompt is to share what audio books or music we listen to when we crochet. I actually usually watch TV when I crochet (which is why I have so many crochet on TV roundups, I suppose!) but I do know that there are a few crochet-related songs out there in the world so I thought I’d share those today along with some other music related to crafting.
Crochet in Song Lyrics
Family of Stitches is a song about crochet by designer Dora Ohrenstein. Listen to it here.
The Incredibly Expensive One of a Kind Crochet Wool Sweater Song from Pony Songs by Cats Millionaire
Erykah Badu’s “Out My Mind, Just in Time” has the line, “I’d pray for you, crochet for you, make it from scratch for you”
Futile Devices by Sufjan Stevens has the line “when you crochet I feel mesmerized and proud”.
“You Make Me Want to Crochet” – Julie Ruin
Tabi Bonney’s rap song Sunlight has the line “my plans got crocheted”.
Crochet in Music Videos
Look closely and you’ll see that some of the words in this Christina Perri video are crocheted
Crochet Octopus in Time To Go by Wax Tailor featuring Aloe Blacc
The duo Deap Vally first met in crochet class
Musician Ana Voog crochets unique art hats
Abi Fry of the band British Sea Power is a crocheter
Crochet Inspired By Music
Check out the works in the 7th Annual International Freeform Crochet Guild challenge which were all inspired by art or music.
Songs I Love Right Now
Although I am more likely to watch TV than listen to music while crocheting, I do also love music. Some of my current favorite songs are:
Secret by The Pierces
Pocketful of Poetry by Mindy Gledhill
Human by Christina Perri
All of Me by John Legend