Ronni Howard is a fiber artist whose specialty is unique, one-of-a-kind freeform crochet pieces.
Here are several photo galleries showing you some more of Ronni’s work:
Freeform Crochet + Weaving Series
There are bunches of different ways you could combine crochet and weaving; these two crafts are quite compatible. Ronni explores this type of combination in depth by crocheting freeform strips of fabric and then weaving them together.
See Also: Woven Crochet
The “Leave No Thread Behind” Series
Short pieces of scrap yarn sometimes get tossed out — but here, Ronni demonstrates that scrap yarn can be transformed into colorful fiber art that is more than worth keeping. This series of work called “Leave No Thread Behind” demonstrates some of the lovely and artistic sorts of things you could do with your scrap yarn:
See Some of the Useful Objects Ronni Has Made Using the Freeform Crochet Technique
You don’t need patterns for crocheting useful objects like purses, shawls and blankets. You can make totally unique and one-of-a-kind art objects using this technique. Here you can see some of the lovely and creative, but also useful, projects Ronni has crocheted.
Altered Plant Holder Transformed With Freeform Crochet
Here Ronni demonstrates how you can take an object that is no longer useful or desirable in its current form, and transform it with freeform crochet. She’s taken an old plant holder and altered it by adding freeform crochet.
Ronni Howard has been working at perfecting her freeform crochet for years. Here you can see a couple of her older freeform crochet pieces. These pieces give you a glimpse at how much her work has evolved over the years.
So there you have it: Those are just a few of the amazing freeform crochet pieces Ronni Howard has completed. What do you think? The floor is open for comments — so if you have feedback for Ronni, please feel free to leave a comment. Please do keep in mind that I keep comment moderation turned on to discourage spambots from posting — so your comment will not appear immediately.
HUGE thanks to Ronni for sharing her pictures of these beautiful freeform crochet art pieces with us!
This page was last updated on 1-9-2020.