Hookin On Hump Day #35 – Link Party for the Fiber Arts

It’s week #35 of Hookin On Hump Day, where crocheters, knitters, and seamsters can show off their hard work! My cohostess, Tamara from Moogly, did a fantastic job putting this list together while I’m still taking a maternity leave from the blog. If you wanna see a picture of our cute, new little bundle all dolled up in crochet, go to my baby boy crochet beanie pattern.

Hookin On Hump Day #35 Featured Projects

#1 – Most Clicked Link was Falling Out of Love by Amy of Yarnaway: A Crochet Scrapbook

Gorgeous colors, and the pattern is linked too! Lovely!

Great job everyone! Now go grab your I’ve Been Featured button and relish in the spotlight. I’ll be pinning you on my Pinterest Board and sometimes featuring you on Facebook and Google+!

Now onto this week’s party! Here are a few simple rules:

  • Please link your post back to one of the hostesses – My Merry Messy Life or Moogly or grab the party button here. I’d also really appreciate if you’d follow me on one of my social media links (see in the header), and I will happily follow back (just leave me a comment that you’re following me from here)!
  • Please visit at least one other link and leave a comment on their post so we can really support each other! No linking and running allowed!
  • Please remember to link to your actual project URL and not your homepage URL.
  • Please, no Etsy stores or other link parties. Just blog posts to your actual projects.
Let’s see what those hands have been up to this week! Remember, this party is in RANDOM order, so there’s no such thing as being late.

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About Sara McFall

Sara is the owner and founder of My Merry Messy Life, which started in 2011 as a way to chronicle her journey to a natural, chemical-free lifestyle and to share her passions of mothering, real food, homeschooling and crochet. She is a mama to three precious and energetic little boys and wife to a university professor who loves to sing, dance ballet and ballroom, and live simply and naturally.


  1. JoAnn Eby says:

    my daughter purchased some extremely small cats at a craft fair. She wanted me to make some like it but I am not good in making it up as I go. They look like they were crocheted from embroidery floss and we are thinking that really small wooden balls my be what makes them hold their shape. Have you ever seen this pattern and if so, do you know where I can get the pattern? The cats are about 1 1/2 inches tall .They have no legs. Just head, body, ears and tail. Too cute !

  2. I’m so missing you all this week! I’m on a vacation in St. Louis and Nashville for a much needed break! Will have lots to post about next week in regards to all the yarn I bought! Had to buy a bigger suitcase! Have a great week!


  3. Thanks for featuring my wreath 🙂

  4. Thank you for hosting this fab party!

    hugs x

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