Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Annual Crochet Blog Tour from Crochetville 2016

Crochetville is kicking off National Crochet Month with its annual designer blog tour, 

http://crochetville.com/

You won't want to miss all the great designer posts on the tour which will include free patterns, yarn giveaways and great crochet pattern deals. 

In honor of National Crochet Month, for a LIMITED TIME ONLY, one design from each of my Etsy Shops will be given away for FREE!  I have never offered 3 designs for free before!

The only thing I ask is that IF you download any of the free patterns, that you leave A COMMENT for me below. Thank you!

The first FREE PATTERN is the Houndstooth Cowl from Jocelyn Designs


This trendy Houndstooth Cowl is a must accessory for Winter and fashion.
Crocheted from a soft blend of 50% Wool and 50% acrylic, this beautiful cowl will keep you warm, yet stylish on a cold day!
This cowl is smaller than our other cowls and does not need to be wrapped. Just slip it over your head!
Wear it with a coat outdoors or indoors over a sweater.
It can be dressed up or paired with your favorite jeans for a relaxed look.
A large hook and super bulky yarn makes this a fast project.
Beautiful Winter and early Spring accessory!

DOWNLOAD the HOUNDSTOOTH COWL HERE.


 

The second FREE PATTERN is my Flower Pot Bonnet from Too Cute Crochet.


How sweet is this precious little Blossom in the flower pot?
Quick and easy crochet pattern written in four sizes from Newborn to 12 months.
It is made all in one piece so you don't have any petals to sew on afterward! Much easier than some Flower Bonnet patterns!
This adorable flower bonnet is not only trendy for today’s photography, but also a fun & and easy project!
#5 Bulky yarn & a large hook make this a quick pattern to crochet.

DOWNLOAD the FLOWER POT BONNET HERE.



You may send your hats to:
Crochetville LLC
ATTN: Amy Shelton
103 Scarlet Oak Circle
Harvest, AL 35749
- See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-designer-blog-tour/#sthash.XFSVRftP.dpuf
Halos of Hope is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded by Pam Haschke, herself a survivor of inflammatory breast cancer. Halos of Hope’s mission to provide volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country. - See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.Fk8Flufd.dpuf

The third FREE PATTERN is the Bunny Seedlings from Cute Crochet Shop.





Grow your very own bunny garden when you crochet these cute bunny seedlings in their own clay pot! What an adorable way to welcome Spring! Bunny Seedlings are quick to make using easy crochet stitches!

DOWNLOAD the BUNNY SEEDLINGS HERE.

 

 

 

PLEASE NOTE:

This FREE PATTERN giveaway will run from today until Wednesday March 9th!

Thank you to all who participated! The free downloads have now expired!

  Also, make sure to check out all of the stops the Blog Tour





Photos courtesy of Cute Crochet.
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12 comments :

MiyaB said...

Thank you 💞

Anonymous said...

I so very much appreciate your generosity, hard work and creativity! These patterns are delightful, fun, adorable, stylish . . . truly wonderful gifts! Thank you!!!

Anonymous said...

My little grandchildren will love the bunnies. Thank you.

Divine Debris said...

Oh, adorable patterns! The bunnies are too sweet.

Theresa Pearson said...

Thank you so much for all three patterns. I just love the little flower pot :)

Amanda Jowers said...

Thank you! I love the bonnet. I downloaded the bunnies too because they are just adorable. :)

smoggy6 said...

Thank you for your kindness in giving away these darling, creative patterns. They are so fun, fresh and inspiring. Love the flower pot and bunnies. God bless!!

Maria Torres said...

thank you ;)

Kristine said...

Love your designs. <3

Donna said...

Jocelyn, thank you for being on the Crochet Express Blog Tour and for generously offering three free patterns! You rock!

Melissa Bloom Stockman said...

These are really great , thanks so much for sharing your beautiful works of art ~ !

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the free patterns. I downloaded the Houndstooth Cowl.