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Time is running out to claim your thank you gifts!

We have been hard at work making these beautiful pendants & water bottle holders. Each one unique and lovingly crocheted by hand by one of our happy hookers. Simple, elegant and in the case of the water bottle holder – functional! Don’t miss out – NOW is your chance to have one of these for […]

Happy hookers (or crazy crocheters)

Our weekly “Plotting, Planning & Knot tying” sessions have been a big hit.  Here are some fun photos of our happy hookers 😉  

Internally lit rope work

Wowza! How cool is this?!? Such a simple idea – and yet so great looking. We’re going to try incorporating some of this into our piece and see how it goes…  

Act fast! Pendants won’t last… Hey everybody! Our Indiegogo campaign for Suspension of Disbelief is live and starting to get some attention (thanks to those who are sharing this). I wanted let you know that our favorite perk is in limited supply and sure to go fast. So – if you’d like to have one of these lovely, hand […]

Indiegogo Fundraising Campaign

Here’s your chance to show your support and help us get this project off the ground (literally). In return we have some lovely, handmade, thank you gifts to send your way. Any amount helps – and is really appreciated! Be sure to share this page with your friends and let’s keep the rope rolling in. […]

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Seacompression 2013 – Test run success!

Wowza! We really pulled it together and were able to give our community a taste of what’s to come. And they liked it! We settled on using scaffolding that was lent to us by a friend. Set up started Friday evening and we quickly had the structure up and the crocheted pieces placed, ready to […]

Videos of Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam’s installations

Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam is the main inspiration for Suspension of Disbelief. Here are a couple videos of her work in action:

Seacompression 2013 structure idea

Trying to come up with a quick, dirty and cheap way to show off what we’ve done so far at SeaCompression on Nov. 2, 2013. I’ve been offered scaffolding to borrow – so we’re going with that for now….

How to suspend – idea #2

Build some kind of structure of metal or wood. Something like this:

An adult sized playground – crocheted with love from rope – creating a place to suspend disbelief, play and open yourself up to the possibilities.