If you've missed any dates and want to catch up click here. Amy and Donna of Crochetville do an amazing job organizing all of us into a tour every year for National Crochet Month, if you've never visited Crochetville you are in for a treat, there is such a wealth of crochet information and interaction with like minded crocheters. Thank you ladies. You can keep up with Crochetville on Facebook too.
All blog tour participants are Associate Professional or Professional members of the Crochet Guild of America CGoA, I have become Professional this year after mentoring with Margaret Hubert. It is such a blessing to be part of the CGoA for so many reasons, the camaraderie with crocheters who are so much fun, help and support is a click away and the amazing new friendships I've begun to form.
Our charity of choice for this tour is Halos of Hope. This charity run by Pam Haschke, a cancer survivor herself, collects donated hats for cancer patients of all ages all around the country. You could choose to make Halos of Hope your personal charity or recommend it as a charity for your crochet/knitting group or guild. You can get all the information need on their website and check out their Facebook page as well.
1. I am happy to introduce my pattern line here on the Blog Tour. The patterns are available as downloads through I Hook Design on Ravelry. As an introductory offer they are all 50% off today through Saturday, April 5th.
2. I am giving a signed copy of my current book Elegant, Fashionable and Chic Accessories to Crochet, published by Annies follow prompts below with Rafflecopter to enter. Giveaway ends April 5th.
Don't forget to visit my blog date partner Michelle Maks at Mainly Crochet if you haven't already.
Resume your crocheting now and thanks for stopping by.
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