Welcome back to our first party of the 2013 holiday season! I host this bi-monthly party with the lovely Tamara from Moogly. We have so many beautiful features from last week, some of them free crochet patterns. So, check it out and enjoy!
#1 Most-Clicked Link – Easy Crochet Snowflake Pattern by Flower Girl Cottage – these would be so easy to whip up and make for friends, family or to decorate for the holidays! FREE pattern!
#2 – It’s Cowl Season by Crochetbird – she has several beautiful cowl patterns, all of which are available for purchase.
#3 – Shells and Bobbles Fingerless Gloves by Beatrice Ryan Designs- fingerless gloves are all the rage right now and here is a FREE pattern you can use to make – more gift ideas for the holidays!
#4 – Velvet Crush Infinity Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern by Crochet Lounge – yep, it’s another FREE pattern for a beautiful scarf and cowl made with the butterfly stitch.
#5 – Technicolor Granny Blanket – 2nd Pattern in a Series of 4! by Creative Designs – it’s easy to see why this caught the eyes of so many – the colors are ravishing. I love this twist on the classic granny stitch!
Great job everyone! Now go grab your “I’ve Been Featured” button here!
A Few Party Rules
- Please link your post back to one of the hostesses – My Merry Messy Life or Moogly, or grab the Hookin on Hump Day party button here. Without a button on your site or link back on your post, we will not be able to feature it the following week.
- I’d also really appreciate if you’d follow me on one of my social media links (see the icons at the top left of the page), and I will happily follow back (just leave me a comment that you’re following me from here, and include a link to your own page)!
- Please visit at least one other link and leave a comment on their post so we can really support each other!
- Please remember to link to your actual project URL and not your homepage URL, and use the name of your project or post, not your own name.
- Please, no Etsy stores, Facebook pages, giveaways or other link parties. Just blog posts to your actual projects.