On the record with ... Debi Frankovich
Debi Frankovich was taught to crochet at the age of 9 by her partially-blind grandmother. Crocheting has not only been her hobby for more than 40 years, it has also helped her recover from personal tragedy.
“In 1992, we lost our 6-year-old daughter in an accident,” she said. “Crocheting really got me through it.”
When not crocheting up to six hours a day, she is very involved with both the community and the Evangelical Free Church of Sycamore/DeKalb. She volunteers with the Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois and serves as president of the Kishwaukee Community Hospital Auxiliary Board. She also hosts a prayer shawl group that has sent shawls and scarves to places all over the world, including Africa.
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