This specific award is for the best personal life posts on a crochet blog. In other words, it’s for those people who don’t just share their own crochet patterns or links to craft inspiration but also let us know what is happening in their own lives. This is great because each person has a unique life, a unique voice, and in sharing that they encourage us to find and celebrate our own uniqueness. Plus it’s just fun to get to know them!
The winner of this award is Sarah of Repeat Crafter Me for her alphabet appliqué crochet pattern series. It’s called 26 Days of Crochet Animal Alphabet Appliques. Each crochet pattern in the series is a cute little animal that represents the letter of the alphabet for that day. Sarah released these one after another throughout October.
This specific award is for the best blog from a crochet magazine. The world of print publishing and the world of digital publishing are two different worlds and it’s tough to do both of them equally well.
The winner of this award is Gwen Blakley Kinsler of Crochet Queen: Royal Ramblings. Gwen is a crochet artist, author and the founder of the Crochet Guild of America.
The winner of this award is Kathy of Elk Studio Handcrafted Crochet Designs. Alabama-based designer Kathy learned how to crochet from her 7th grade teacher and has been crocheting off and on ever since.
The winner of this award is Mollie Makes. This crafty magazine has had terrific crochet representation ever since it first came out and the blog reflects this.
This specific award is for the best promotion of the crochet community. What I mean by this is that it goes to the blogger who has done the best job of using her blog to promote others in the crochet community in a variety of different ways.