A Worthy Accomplishment, by Suzann Thompson

See Suzann’s Work

Selected doily art quilts and heritage posters from Celebrate Doilies will be on display at the Morgan Mill Community Center’s community supper on Thursday, April 19, 2018, around 6 p.m. After the meal, Suzann will talk about vintage doily crocheters and her artwork. Morgan Mill is about a 15-minute drive north of Stephenville, Texas, on Hwy 281. Bring a dish to share or pay a small fee to the Community Center to join in.

Come and see Celebrate Doilies, an exhibit honoring doily crocheters, past and present, at the German Free School, 507 East 10th Street, Austin, Texas, May 2 – June 3, 2018. Hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Suzann and poet Sandi Horton will present “What to Do with Oma’s Doilies,” and a poetry reading with Native flute music on Sunday, June 3, 2018, at 3:00 p.m.


TextileFusion combines knitting and crochet with other techniques and materials. Suzann continues to explore multimedia art. Click here to see where her work is on display. Her work is available for purchase.


Crochet cute flowers, leaves, mushrooms, and more, or make colorful polymer clay crafts to decorate your clothes, your home, and your life.  Find tutorials for the designs in these books plus project ideas at Suzann’s blog.