By Carolyn Christmas, Dorris Brooks
Tunisian crochet is one of those crocheting during which each one row is made of parts--placing loops at the hook, and dealing them off. The paintings isn't grew to become, so one part of the paintings, often front, is often dealing with you.
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29 30 ERNIE ELLY: My brother, he really had the talent, and he’d be around the house tapping on the radio. On Saturdays we used to do our ironing, and so he’d be listening to jazz, and he’d get a brush and start playing on the radio and stuff. And then I’d try it, and he’d say, “No, no. ” And so, I really learned from him. He was really my ﬁrst instructor. But, he never set behind a set. DOC WATSON: My thing has always been to paint a pretty picture. To paint a pretty picture with song. Always something of beauty.
LUCIEN BARBARIN: My ancestors also played traditional jazz. So now I’m keeping the tradition alive and carrying on my ancestors’ legacy. Maybe one day I’ll be up on one of these pictures that’s on the walls of Preservation Hall. And maybe they’ll say, “Hey, remember that guy there . ” WILL SMITH: I grew up right in this very place. If you look back there in that room there’s what used to be a bathroom for the musicians. I scribbled my name on the wall there in ’72. I was ten years old then. So, I’ve been around here my whole life.
To paint a pretty picture with song. Always something of beauty. Something you can look out and see the audience really like. Something that they connect with. Now, they like technical stuff, but they recognize a melody; you can see it come over their face, you know. JOHN ROYEN: It was a whole different education just sitting on a tour bus and listening to these guys recounting stories from their childhood and growing up and playing in New Orleans and in the South. And of course, they came up in the era of segregation and everything else.
101 Easy Tunisian Stitches: Crochet by Carolyn Christmas, Dorris Brooks