By Leopold Claremont
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I'm still doing a little bit of knitting, but not a lot. I made German paper stars in the fall while I was watching a lot of television. Even though it's something I've been making since the '70s, I had to keep my hands busy. CD: VH: I fully believe that if it weren't for you and your work, people like me wouldn't have the jobs we have today. What advice do you have for us craft TV hosts during a time when lifestyle television seems to have waned? 54 CD: It thrills me to the core when folks tell me that I've made a positive influence on their lives, whether on a personal or business level.
Carol's a pioneer, an inspiration, and one helluva woman! I want to be just like her when I grow up. VH VH: What's your first craft-related memory? Oh, good grief. Well, we didn't call them crafts at the time; we just called it making things. I was in the fourth grade. I remember one of my classmates and I would get together and set up a card table in the little hallway to my bedroom. We made yarn dolls. They were little four-inch things-we wrapped yarn around a piece of cardboard the same way you would start to make pompoms.
It made one appearance on the tree, but it has never been back, even though I tried really hard to recreate the original macaroni wreath. Nope, it's back to the fancy ornaments. It looks like she doesn't even have children! Who has a Christmas tree with just Christopher Radko ornaments? That's her. VH: Is there a moment from your childhood connected to craft that really stands out for you? JP: There are a lot of moments that have stuck with me. I remember when I'd go visit my dad's family that my grandma and great aunt were always crocheting.
The Gem-Cutter’s Craft by Leopold Claremont