Crochet Club creates colorful crafts

Cezanne Jodka shares her crochet patterns at the Crochet Club. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
A local woman has decided to share her immense knowledge of crocheting with like-minded individuals in the Anza and Aguanga area. Cezanne Jodka has formed a group she simply calls the Crochet Club.“My grandmother taught me how to crochet at the age of five and I’ve done it off and on since, but about four years ago I really got ‘hooked’ and started to crochet as a form of meditation,” Jodka said. “I channel some amazing artists when I’m crocheting and have made some beautiful items.”Jodka is well-known for her skill and lovely handmade items in her rural community of Lake Riverside Estates.“Crochet can become an addiction with all the amazing colors and materials to use. I’ve even crocheted with
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