Do you know what today is? That’s right, March 1 kicks off (Inter)National Crochet Month and I’m thrilled to be part of Crochetville’s celebratory blog tour for the fourth year in a row!
If you’re new to Underground Crafter, welcome, and if you’re an old friend, welcome back. I have several goodies to share for NatCroMo, including free patterns and a coupon code, so read on for details.
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Free Crochet Pattern: Justine Shawl
This is a “recipe” style pattern that can be easily adjusted by using your favorite yarn (in any weight) and a crochet hook a bit larger than what you would normally use for that yarn, or by crocheting until you reach your desired size.
I’ll also be sharing my first ever pattern by a guest designer on Thursday, so be sure to come back and check it out!
Free Crochet Patterns with Underground Crafter Podcast
If you like listening to audio while you crochet, you’ll love my new podcast, where you can listen to your favorite patterns and keep your eyes on your hook. In each episode, I read a crochet pattern. To celebrate NatCroMo, I’ll be sharing a new episode every day through March, 2016, including patterns written by me and 27 guest designers!
And, it wouldn’t be NatCroMo without presents, so I’m offering 50% off your purchases, including any pattern or ebook, in my Ravelry shop through 11:59 p.m. Eastern on Sunday, March 6, 2016. Just use coupon code NatCroMo2016.
If you like what you’ve seen so far…
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Thanks for visiting! Don’t forget to check out the rest of the stops on the Crochetville 2016 National Crochet Month blog tour. As you may have guessed, this year’s theme is the Crochet Express: Come Along and Ride This Train. Each day, the Crochet Express will visit designers, crochet-friendly local yarn shops, and yarn companies and indie dyers. Enjoy!