Welcome to the 9th Super Crafty Sunday Link Up!
Happy October to All! This month we have THREE (not two) awesome projects to feature (as chosen by YOU), and my new Soap Cozy or Small Gift Bag eBook as the giveaway! Please keep in mind that when Helena and I sponsor giveaways, it is with the money out of our own pockets (including shipping worldwide). As bloggers, we earn an income based on the number of views to our blogs, and commissions earned from purchases by you using our special affiliate links. Shares of this party, and visits to our other posts and pages are very appreciated! Thanks for all your support!
Since Last Month’s Party, Here’s What I’ve Been Up To:
Top Left: Cake Mix Waffle for 1 Recipe, Next: Sunflower Applique 2.0 – Free Crochet Pattern
Next: Banana Cream and Walnuts Waffle for 1 Recipe, Top Right: Basic Leaf Pattern 2 Ways – Free Crochet Pattern
Middle Left: Lightweight C2C Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern, Next: Sunflower Wreath – Free Crochet Pattern
Next: Super Simple Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe
Bottom Right: 15″ Granny Square – Free Crochet Pattern, Next: Soap Cozy or Small Gift Bag Vol 1 eBook
Next: Lunch at Rincón Montañero in Orlando, Florida, Bottom Right: Granny Square Rectangle Shawl – Free Crochet Pattern
This Month’s Most Clicked Projects:
Left: Easy Tote Bag from Falling Spring Crochet (Free Crochet Pattern). Ribbed crochet produces such a beautiful fabric, and a fun texture. Worked in a yarn like Red Heart Super Saver (like Allyson used), this makes a really nice, durable bag. I do recommend sewing in a lining, at least to your strap, to help avoid a whole lot of stretching.
Top Right: Rainbows and Rain Clouds Infinity Scarf from Winding Road Crochet (Free Crochet Pattern). This scarf also has some beautiful texture in between the fun colors. I love the idea of the “rainbows and rain clouds” – I can totally see it! I can’t say I would have bought a yarn like the Rainbow Classic that Lindsey used, but the impulse buy ended up in a really neat scarf! Now, I NEED some of that yarn!
Bottom Right: Raspbeary from Hakelfiber (Free Crochet Pattern). This little bear is super cute! I love the pink coloring paired with the berry idea. The texture really adds to this little bear, and is a great detail, as is the leafy necklace. The pattern is written a little different than you may be used it, but props to Sandra for this post – English is not her best language, but she has come so far!
This Month’s Giveaway is sponsored by me! One winner will receive my new crochet eBook! This is my Soap Cozy or Small Gift Bag Vol 1 released last month. This eBook is a 17 page PDF with six crochet patterns included – find out more in my post linked just above, or any of the shop listings below. eBook will be gifted through Ravelry.
For anyone who can’t wait for the giveaway, you can get this eBook 10% off this month (ends October 31st).
Where: on Ravelry using Code 10OFFCOZYVOL1; on Etsy using Code 10OFFCOZYVOL1, on Craftsy no code needed.
Must be 18 years or older to enter. Open to all countries. Void where prohibited. Winner has 48 hours to respond to email notification, or another winner will be chosen. Alexandra (that’s me!) of EyeLoveKnots is responsible for prize fulfillment.
Join the Party!
The Super Crafty Sunday Link Up is hosted by EyeLoveKnots, and CrochetN’Crafts, so when you link up to one of the blogs, it will show up on both! Double the exposure, woo hoo! It will go live on the first Sunday of the month, and end the Thursday prior to the next month’s party starting. Post times will vary, but you will be able to link up from midnight EST through midnight EST on the indicated dates – check the top of the Rafflecopter for more details.
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Linked Up To…
Creative Mondays – Claire Justine
The Really Crafty Link Party #138 – Keeping it Real
Ginx Woolly Linx Party October – Ginx Craft
The Scoop Link Party #347 – Worthing Court Blog
442nd Inspire Me Tuesday – A Stroll Thru Life
Fabulous Party #236 – Lou Lou Girls
Talk of the Town #144 – My Repurposed Life
Your Whims Wednesday #376 – My Girlish Whims
Best of the Weekend – Hello Little Home
Link Your Stuff – Annemarie’s Haakblog
Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Party Link Party #253 – Across the Boulevard
Thank you for you comment and invitation.
Very nice link party!
Glad you could make it!
Thank you for hosting!
Thanks for coming by, Teresa!
Thanks so much for stopping by!!!
Always love seeing what you are up to!
Will you be having more of these link parties? Thanks so much 🙂
Unfortunately, no. I had an idea of hosting my own link up for a loonng time, but when it came time to do it – I hosted two separate ones, and cohosted one during my time here, and when it came down to it, it was very hard to get makers to participate, and it was a lot of work to put together. I decided to call it quits on hosting my own link, and just have fun participating in others (which I have a link to all the ones I go to on a weekly basis up at the top). I do still host a monthly giveaway though – this month is a printable craft calendar. Thanks so much for stopping by!