Betsy Greer is a writer and maker who lives in Durham, North Carolina. For the past fourteen years, she’s written about craftivism, the place where craft and activism intersect, and she loves discovering the ways in which people use (and have used) the two together. Currently, her main craft project is You Are So Very Beautiful, in which people make affirmation signs then leave them out all over the world for others to find.
We talk in this episode about the value of letting what we need out into the world, and about being in a flow state when we create. If our conversation got you thinking, let us know how in the comments!
Show Notes and Links
- My hat out of handspun yarn
- Action + Craft newsletter
- You Are So Very Beautiful
- Betsy’s book, Craftivism
- The article Betsy spoke about writing: ‘This company saved my life.’ The Noble Woodsman finds a life with purpose