Who is Jeanne Steinhilber: Crochet Designer

Who is Jeanne Steinhilber: Crochet Designer

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Jeanne Steinhilber: Crochet Designer

Jeanne Steinhilber: Crochet Designer

Jeanne Steinhilber: Crochet Designer

Jeanne Steinhilber is the community chaperone and a team member with The Crochet Crowd.  She learned to crochet as a child from her mom, but has only recently dived into the world of design, inspired and mentored by Michael Sellick.  She joined the team after Crochet Cruise with us on a Crochet Cruise in 2015 as a regular guest.  She loves to incorporate texture into her crochet projects and her designs are usually fun to hook as she often likes to combine stitch combinations.  

Others In Our Team

  1. Daniel Zondervan – Crochet Designer
  2. Michael Sellick – Crochet Designer

Jeanne is very aware of watching what the crocheters are interested in. She crochets at a prolific speed while documenting her way through new designs that are in progress. We consider her part of the mortar of The Crochet Crowd where she helps write content and keep a competitive edge. She has similar interests with us and aligns with Michael’s personality in the humour and work ethic points of view.

She is very fortunate to have a great foundation of friendships around her in real-time at home. It’s not uncommon for her friendships to create mini-retreats for themselves and spend the weekend crafting, gossiping, cooking and more.

Jeanne Steinhilber / Daniel Zondervan

Jeanne Steinhilber / Daniel Zondervan

While it feels like we have known Jeanne for a long time, the truth is simple. She’s a part of our lives here with Daniel and me. She and Daniel have a love-hate relationship. They raz each other as a competitive spirit. Secretly, they probably enjoy working together but you wouldn’t know it so much as they throw the one-liners at each other.

Jeanne likes to accommodate requests of her patterns that she makes. For example, someone will suggest she should do the pattern in a different shape. She feels challenged and, often times, she will put in several hours to either work it out in mathematics or do up a completely new sample. The Crochet Hugs & Kisses Series are examples of Jeanne accommodating the requests of many.

Michael Sellick / Jeanne Steinhilber

Michael Sellick / Jeanne Steinhilber

Jeanne’s drive is a strong contributing factor for keeping The Crochet Crowd in motion. She can be the one to cheer you on to continue. She can also be the person to tap you on the shoulder to self correct your attitude to strive for better.

What’s in Jeanne’s future? Who knows but inspiration is usually a click away. Stay tuned for projects by Jeanne in the future. Below is a massive list of her designs since joining with us in 2015.

Jeanne can be easily found on social media helping others in all things crochet-related.

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Designs by Jeanne

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

4 thoughts on “Who is Jeanne Steinhilber: Crochet Designer”

  1. Richard H. BURKE says:

    Michael , my name is Richard Burke my present age is 82years . I learned to knit when I was 7years old and at 25 I taught my self to crochet.tow weeks after that I was teaching a left handed to crochet. Through out my years since I have also taught many mem women children ,the challenged,the deaf. My self I have made all kinds of items in crochet cotton and a few things in wool. For the last 20 years I manage to make a table cloth at about 54 by 72 inches . Some times I end up making 2 for the year. All of my family and good friends have table clothes which they treasure . Now after being fully retired for the last 10 years I have been making more item and still have lots of time to teach both knitting and crocheting plus many other needle work arts .
    After looking at some of yours and your side kicks work we are all doing well
    Another note. When my father was alive first off he would be little me but after he started to see th quality of my work he praised me up for what I was doing . Mother was classed at home by people as a professional knitter who could also do crocheting and teaching of each. Me father decided that he liked Bunka Thead art and eventually became a master of the art befor he passed on. My sister and brother never did pick up the arts . Also to day I have extra table clothes of crochet cotton, quantity 9 . They eventually before I pass on they will be given as gifts as people do not want to pay thev600.00 dollars that they are worth. Even at reducing the price of 300.00 dollars people do not want to pay . They continually state that are only worth 100.00. The do not look at the quality of the item, time making them which takes hour upon hours , and material at 600.00 I make only 10 cents an hour so you can see at 300.oo I make much less . But it is one of four of my hobbies and I fully enjoy all the hobbies I have and I always put quality time into all of the hobbies. I know I have become a master of my crafts .
    Thsnk you for reading and understanding what I do in the fnevarts of needle work
    RICHARD email: [email protected]

  2. Kathy Boucher says:

    Does anyone crochet (or knit) shorts? I have a 22-yr old who wants crocheted shorts! I have looke at a zillion books but have never seen a pattern ….does one exist? I also would pay someone to make them!
    Sincerely,
    Kathy Boucher

  3. Natalie says:

    Thank you for sharing interesting information about who Jeannie is tp the crochet crowd and all of the members.

    Her designs are FANTASTIC.

  4. Joyce says:

    Thanks mickery
    Very lovely write I enjoy read it.
    You do very nice work
    Joyce

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