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How Can My Crochet Give Back to the Community?

Loving Hands Giving Back to the Community When I first read this story I thought – now that’s a lady after my own heart. Lou Jaap participated in a Knit-a-thon and came across elderly women (and others) who knitted and crocheted items that didn’t find homes. Lovers of making with no one to receive. What […]

Sexy Ebook Covers by PicMonkey

Ebook Covers by PicMonkey Selling eBooks or ePatterns is not only about what’s inside – the cover matters that is why I enjoy using PicMonkey when making ebook covers. (Canva is another option) Simply choose a photo from a free stock image site or your product photo and upload it to Picmonkey. Photo Collages are […]

How To Handle Disappointment Like a Two-Year Old

Handling Disappointment Like a Two-Year Old I’m participating in the My 500 Words Challenge by Jeff Goins. This is the first post of 31. http://www.wordcounter.net/ (pretty cool word counter if you’re interested) Day 1: 234 words Total: 234 words Last year was rough for me. My freelance work plummeted as I fell ill both physically and mentally.   I let clients […]

Should You Offer Free Crochet Patterns?

The Free Pattern Battle – Where Do YOU Stand? I design patterns but mine are no where near the genius of Kim Guzman or Kat Godin. I don’t mind offering my patterns free for this very reason. Sometimes though, I do charge for the pattern because it takes time to test it, to type it […]

Share Your PDF Crochet Patterns on Facebook – Here’s How

Pictures Speak Louder than Words on Facebook I’ve been updating my old crochet patterns lately and wanted a way to share them on Facebook. I know I can link to a blog post or add a picture with a link to the download page BUT I think it would be nice if I can show […]