Tina Goulet-Brett of Cree-ative Crocheting
Roots: Metis from the Peace Country
Now calls home: Edmonton, Alberta
I learned to crochet from my Mom, Pheb Goulet and my sister, Shari Robinson, when I was gifted a bag of yarn from my Uncle Henry, to make my oldest daughter a blanket. So for most of my adult life I only made basic baby blankets until I had an injury. I was suddenly granted time and immobility to watch YouTube and learn hats and scarves and so on.
I now sell a variety of hand crocheted items from scarves and touques to sweaters and ponchos. I like to incorporate the Metis Sash theme with many of my items including Metis Sashes and Baby Mossbags.
Baby Boobie beanies are a fan favorite in support of Breast Feeding Awareness.
An ‘Adult Only’ Treasure Chest has a variety of items and may cause a laugh or two.
I am second oldest daughter to Austin And Pheb Goulet, born in Dawson Creek. When I was a teenager we moved to Peace River which led me to move throughout the Peace Country until I arrived in Edmonton.
I work in finance when I am not crocheting and watching my beloved Edmonton Oilers.
Fiber Art, Crocheting