It’s almost 2015. Before we turn the corner into the New Year, let’s wrap up looking back at all of the things on this blog in 2014. Today we are reviewing all of the crochet that I created and other things in my own crochet world.
I am saddened to say that I sent the following email (slightly edited below) to the generous, wonderful supporters who contributed to my Hook to Heal fundraising campaign
Before the year comes to an end I’m taking a look back at all of the things that we saw in crochet here in 2014. Today I’m sharing the 52 Week Crochet Blogging Challenge posts that I did this year. Note that this is a year-long project but it doesn’t run on a calendar year so it continues into 2015. It’s hosted by Red Berry Crochet.
One of the things that I’m giving thanks for this year is that so many wonderful people have supported me in my journey with crocheting through depression. In return, I’m offering 40% off on my book, Crochet Saved My Life, through Christmas.
I thought I’d share my a roundup of things I’ve made for puppies in my life.
I was honored to have an article in this issue, not just because it’s a great magazine but because it was agreat follow-up to the article they published about me in their inaugural issue.
I pretty much always have a large crochet granny square blanket on my hooks lately. The one I worked on most recently was one that I really enjoyed because I decided to use a bunch of yarn favorites that I’d been saving for quite some time.