Sara from My Merry Messy Life (link party co-hostess extraordinaire!) approached me and several other crochet bloggers and designers recently about joining forces in a crochet-a-long for charity – so of course I said yes! The Crochet for Cancer Crochet-a-Long is a wonderful opportunity to use crochet as a force of good, and to make it extra exciting, Red Heart Yarn has donated a lovely prize package for one super quick crocheter! Read on for details!
And a huge thank you this morning to Mary Kathryn of Crochet Chiq! She surprised me with this super fun guest post for Moogly and I’m so excited to share it with you – such a great (and timely!) topic! Be sure to visit Crochet Chiq after you read this – Mary Kathryn writes fab free patterns, some of which have even been published by Red Heart Yarns!
Instead of getting upset of little ones tangling your current project give them their own ball and help them with these awesome projects.
How wonderful is the crochet community?! I let my fellow bloggers know I’m sick and put out a call for help – and I get wonderful gifts in my email inbox! A huge thank you to “e” Lee of The Crochet Lounge for putting this together for Moogly today! Be sure to visit The Crochet Lounge too – “e” has come out with a whole slew of amazing free patterns this month!
Today, as I sit in an antibiotic-steroid-codeine fog, I am so so grateful to Sara Duggan, blogger at Crochet Business and author of several ebooks, for putting together this fabulous guest post for Moogly! Great stuff here, I always learn something from Sara’s posts!
Do you use PicMonkey? Do you have access to Office Powerpoint or OpenOffice? If so, you can use SlideShare. What is Slideshare? It is the world’s largest community for sharing presentations, infographics and documents. It’s not just for Wall Street you as a Crochet Business or Blogger can use it too.
Step 1: Visit PicMonkey and Design Your Slide Background
As I prep for the Thanksgiving holiday this week, I’m thankful for this guest post by Sara Duggan! Sara is a crochet designer, blogger, and author of several eBooks aimed at helping people get started and make a success of their crochet businesses, the latest of which is a joint work titled Create Crochet Patterns! Here’s what Sara has to share with budding designers about writing crochet patterns! – Tamara
5 Things I Learned About Writing Crochet Patterns from My Tech Editor