About Divine Debris

Hello! My name is Amber.
While traveling the US with my husband, a US Marine, I got a new job at a craft store in upstate New York and found, much to my surprise, that the yarn kept calling to me (!). My mother had taught me to crochet while I was elementary school, but by that point I hadn’t picked up a hook for a very long time, probably because it could not keep kid me interested and adult me didn’t think of it. So when the yarn began looking just so soft and squishy that every time I passed it I had to squeeze various skeins, I knew I had to pick up crocheting again. This was back in 2010 and, wow, so much has changed. I crochet daily, think of patterns and crafts and just love this awesome crafting community on the internet. This is my blog, my journey, and my passion. I hope you enjoy experiencing it along with me.

28 thoughts on “About Divine Debris

  1. I have just found you and love your work. You have some really interesting designs and I love the use of ribbon. I popped over and liked your facebook page too. Good luck with the shop – I am procastinating about mine! I find that I spend far too much time on the computer in an attempt to get myself out there!(or so I convince myself!) I look forward to seeing the other things you come up with. 🙂
    P.s. I find that I get a lot of great feedback from my blog – you should consider joining up with a link party such as Handmade Monday. It is time consuming but worth it for the feedback.
    Good luck.

      • On my page there is a link to Handmade Monday – the one I use. All you have to do is write a blog post about something you ahve made and then use the tool to link in. You have to do it between a certain time (large time gap). If you google handmade monday you should also come accross it on Handmade harbour.

  2. Thank you so much. I’ll search and give it a try. I love seeing what other people produce, gets inspirational vibes flowing, and I would appreciate feedback on my jewelry and a chance to get my name out there. 🙂 Again, thank you.

  3. Hi Amber. I love you blog and think you jewellery is gorgeous, so intricate and delicate. I especially (so far) love the grey tear drops! Thanks for following our blog and I am soooo looking forward to reading what you are up to!

  4. Tks for liking my post. I’m just like you trying to sail my boat on the crafting ocean. I started out with an etsy shop, and just recently built my blog. I am still learning all these techno things. I wish you good luck on yr crafting buiz.

  5. As a Navy wife for 6 years now living in Sicily, I’m wondering what I can do to earn extra money. Even though I’ve been told it isn’t necessary, but with a spending splurge needed here and there I’ve got to find something….:)

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