Welcome and thank you for joining me on the first stop of today's Tour Through Crochet Country. I am honored and happy to be included in this celebration of National Crochet Month with so many fabulous designers! As a group, the participating CGOA designers have chosen a special charity to support this month -Project Night Night.
With that in mind I am offering a free blanket pattern. This easy blanket is a great carry-and-go project. It is made up of 9 individual 12 inch blocks which are then joined with crocheted seams. You can add rows or columns of blocks to make larger size blankets. This would also make a great scrap yarn project. Please consider donating a blanket or making a monetary donation to Project Night Night. If you do make a donation, please add to our group totals here.
I have been a Professional Member of the CGOA since 2009 and I started a local chapter, the Mi Stitchin' Time Crochet Guild. We crochet for local charities (as well as Project Night Night) and I really enjoy our meetings. We have a lot of fun! Click here to find a local chapter near you. It's a great way to share your love of crochet and meet new friends.
I am fortunate to have had patterns published in Crochet World and Country Woman magazines. I am also the author of Crochet-opedia which is set to be released in June of this year. (I am so excited about that!) I hope to be adding new patterns to my shops soon. You can find my patterns at redberrycrochet.com, Etsy, Ravelry and Craftsy.
Thanks for stopping in, and please visit Cari Clement for CGOA, your second stop of the day.
Tomorrow's stops include April Garwood and Mary Colucci for CGOA.
In case you've missed any of the previous blog posts click here for a complete list of participating designers.
I would like to thank Amy Shelton and Donna Hulka of Crochetville for organizing this amazing tour - thank you so much!
Bright Striped Blocks Blanket patterndownload now
Thanks for the blanket pattern! So adaptable with different yard:0) I love your bright colors!ReplyDelete
You're welcome Angela :) I do love the bright colors I chose for the blanket, but you are right, you can use any colors you like. It's also a great scrap yarn pattern too.ReplyDelete