I am thrilled to be a part of Crochetville's National Crochet Month Blog Tour! It kicked off yesterday with posts by: Kristine Mullen and Marie Segares
Follow along the tour for up to three special daily blog posts from crochet designers and giveaways from designers and companies. There are a lot of ways to celebrate this month! You can keep up with the tour on Crochetville's website and Facebook page.
Every year I do something a little different for the tour. This year I decided to do a limited time giveaway of one of my accessories patterns listed on Ravelry. For one week (March 2nd-9th), I will be offering the whimsical Petals Collar pattern as a free download!
I originally designed this pattern with my daughter in mind, and that is why I crocheted the sample in bright colors. You could also make it look more sophisticated by changing the colors. I think it would look amazing in black and white for a woman. You can experiment with different types of yarn and various embroidery stitches, to embellish the collar as well. As I always say, there are endless possibilities! If you make one, I would love to see your version! Please post any photos on Ravelry, so they can appear on the project page. If enough people post photos, I will do a special blog post to show off all of your collars!
To get the Petals Collar Pattern, click here, and when checking out, enter the coupon code: Crochetville.
I hope your March is filled with lots of wonderful crochet!
Love your designs. Thanks so much for the Petals Collar.ReplyDelete
Thank you Kathleen!Delete
thanks so much for the free pattern!Delete
Thank you so much for celebrating NatCroMo 2017 with this generous offer! Your designs are stunning!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much!Delete
Your work is beautiful. Thank you for celebrating NatCroMo and for the Petals Collar!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jamie!Delete
Happy March! Happy National Crochet Month! I've always wanted to make some Peter Pan collars but never have. Perhaps I'll give this a go, some day. I'm such an unfocused disorganized crafter. :/ReplyDelete
Thank you, Tammy, I hope you give this a try! :-)Delete