Holiday Stashdown Crochet-a-Long Sponsor Spotlight: I Like Crochet

Announcing the Holiday Stashdown crochet-a-long 2016! #HolidayStashdownCAL2016In this post, I’m highlighting our July giveaway sponsor for the Holiday Stashdown Crochet-a-Long. (If you’re just learning about the CAL now, you can find more details here.)

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This month’s featured sponsor is I Like Crochet magazine! Please show your support by following I Like Crochet on Facebook | G+ | Pinterest | Ravelry | Twitter

Sponsor Spotlight: I Like Crochet

I Like Crochet August 2016 issue I’ve mentioned before that I Like Crochet is my favorite crochet magazine. I am perhaps biased by the fact that over 15 of my patterns have been published in the magazine (along with more articles and knitting designs published in their sister publication, I Like Knitting). I’m also an affiliate.

But, I don’t think so! Because in every issue, I Like Crochet has at least 25 patterns as well as articles and tutorials, and because the subscription is digital, you get access to all the back issues, too. With six issues a year for several years, you’ll have access to hundreds of patterns for an affordable price.

I Like Crochet August 2016 issueThere are 28 patterns in the August, 2016 issue, many of which would make great holiday gifts. And, for those of you who are looking for more projects for your holiday stashdown, I Like Crochet even has a Christmas crochet section you may enjoy.

So, you may be wondering… what’s the giveaway prize? (Or, perhaps you’ve already guessed!) I Like Crochet will be offering a year’s subscription to one lucky winner of the July giveaway, so be sure to share your completed project pictures of the Sky and Sunshine Bag by August 7, 2016 to enter!

Thank you, I Like Crochet, for sponsoring the crochet-a-long.

Which I Like Crochet August issue pattern do you like the best?

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