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Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Granny Square Crochet Along Revisited (Week Twenty Six)

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Another week down, only 8 more to go. If you haven't already, I would suggest starting to join your squares about now. Here are some posts I put together which might help you out.

10. Different Ways to Join Granny Squares
10. Ways to get the Perfect Finish on Your Crochet Afghan

If you want to knot more about this CAL see here:



The winner this week is Nicole Hedrick. Congrats

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Granny Square Crochet Along Revisited (Week Twenty Five)


Week 25 of the Granny Square CAL is a fun one. I love the Princess Square (middle). I could see an entire afghan made with it.

As most of you already know, each week if you complete the squares you go into the draw for one of my eBooks. You can find more information about this here:


This weeks winner is Miya Bones-Scotchman

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Granny Square Crochet Along Revisited (Week Twenty Four)







If you want to know more about this Granny Square CAL please see this post.



Now *drum roll please*, the winner of the eBook from last weeks squares is

Anne Grethe Schnejder Bjerregaard


Big congrats to you.

Another giveaway going on at the moment is from Craftsy. You can win a place in Stacey Trock's online class, Crocheting in the Round: Mix and Match Hats.

Find out more here: 

http://www.knotyournanascrochet.com/2014/11/craftsy-class-giveaway-crocheting-in.html


Here are this weeks squares:

Which one is your favorite.


Monday, 3 November 2014

Craftsy Class Giveaway! Crocheting in the Round: Mix & Match Hats




When Craftsy offered me the chance to review one of their online classes I jumped at the chance. I love Craftsy classes. No exaggeration there either. I have taken part in four classes before this one and each one has provided me with valuable skills.

Craftsy is also giving you the chance to win a place in Stacey Trock’s online class, Crocheting in the Round: Mix & Match Hats.

Click here for your chance to win a place in this class.

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Granny Square Crochet Along Revisited (Week Twenty Three)

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I love the texture in the squares this week, My favorite has to be the 68th Granny Square. What is yours?

If you want to know more about this Granny Square CAL please see this post.



Now *drum roll please*, the winner of the eBook from last weeks squares is Sandie Bell.

Big congrats to you.

Here are this weeks squares:

Friday, 24 October 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Crochet


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Have you been looking at all the different things you can crochet? Thinking about learning this diverse craft? Have friends admiring your crochet but don’t have the time to teach them yourself? Craftsy has the perfect eGuide for you.




Craftsy is an online community which provides online education. It’s not just crochet, you will find they have classes in many different categories. Embroidery, gardening, woodworking and cake decorating classes can all be found on Craftsy.


This eGuide is easily downloaded as a convenient PDF. If you haven’t signed up to Craftsy yet, you will need to go through a 2 step process to get access to the free download. Once you have signed up you will have access to all the brilliant learning tools Craftsy offers.


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The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet has been put together by by Ashley Little, Jessica Hutton, Linda Permann & Andrea Sanchez. With 20 pages filled with tips and tricks, this eGuide is essential for the Beginner Crocheter. It also includes a list of the basic crochet abbreviations, handy to keep beside you while you are working on a pattern.


In this eGuide you will learn:


  • How to crochet a chain
  • How to single crochet
  • How to double crochet
  • How to decode crochet abbreviations


With clear images and descriptions for each step you will be on your way to making your first item in no time.


Head off to your nearest craft store, pick up a crochet hook, a ball of yarn, download your FREE eGuide and get started learning the basic techniques need to create all the item’s you have been admiring.


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This post was sponsored by Craftsy.