Comme beaucoup d'entre vous le savent, I’m requesting support through Patreon to keep this blog alive and active. Yesterday I shared some new milestones and today I wanted to let you know that I’ve also added new rewards. You can get lots of new things from CC when you support through Patreon
Two of my favorite weekly posts – the Link Love posts and the Instagram roundups – will be changing dramatically unless you can come through with support through Patreon. Here is the info on what will change and what you can do if you love these posts.
It’s time for this week’s crochet link love, celebrating all of the inspiring beauty that this crafty community is capable of creating in just one week’s time. You’ll find more than twenty new crochet patterns this week, including great crochet heart patterns for Valentine’s Day, along with some interesting crochet history, world record breaking crochet news and more.
Here’s the roundup of all of the things that I blogged about in crochet, here on Crochet Concupiscence and elsewhere around the web, in January 2016.
Here is this week’s edition of crochet link love, a collection of all of the amazing things our community has shared this week. You’ll find thirty new crochet patterns, links to 60+ crochet heart patterns for Valentine’s Day, some awesome crochet art and more.
In this week’s edition of link love, you’ll find links to more than sixty crochet patterns. You’ll notice that crochet necklace patterns seem to be trending this week. And you’ll find lots of other goodies including links to crochet designer interviews, tips for crochet design, thoughts on washing your handmade wearables and more. Profitez de!
I wanted to let all of you know that I have joined Patreon, which is a place where artists and makers can share their visions and get supported by the people who believe in what they do. It is not the same as Kickstarter or Indiegogo; you’re not funding a particular project but instead committing a monthly amount to help support the general work of a creator that you love. I’ve signed up for it because the support from a community can really help me to take my work a lot further than it can go on its own. I work really hard to use my writing to support others (highlighting designers and crafters, interviewing creative people, sending messages of support to those in need) and if the greater community supports my efforts then I can pay it forward stronger in kind.