NatCroMo 2016, March 23: Daily Giveaway

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The Crochet Express National Crochet Month Blog Tour


Welcome to Crochetville’s fourth annual National Crochet Month (NatCroMo) blog tour, taking place each day of March 2016. Join us as we take a virtual tour on our passenger steam train, The Crochet Express, visiting crochet designers, crochet-friendly local yarn stores, and yarn companies, and offer some fun giveaways.

Today’s Posts: Pam Dajczak | Kristine Mullen | Tian Connaughton | The Sated Sheep | Daily Giveaway

Want to Chat about the Tour?

Part of the fun of taking a passenger steam train trip is talking with your fellow passengers. This year, we’re providing two locations where our passengers can get to know each other. We’d love to hear about your favorite things you’ve discovered on the tour and see photos of your current crochet projects. You’re invited to join us daily for virtual cocktails/appetizers and dinner. (We’ll be sharing links to some fabulous recipes!)

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March 23 Daily Giveaway

Search Press North America | Giveaway

Special thanks to Search Press North America for sponsoring the March 23 Daily Giveaway on The Crochet Express. They  have generously donated:

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54 thoughts on “NatCroMo 2016, March 23: Daily Giveaway”

  1. very small lol πŸ˜€ i have only been crocheting now 15 months! i have about 3 books that i have won, so that is my library besides all the patterns i have gotten on blogs and pinterest and other places! πŸ™‚ thanks for the chance~~

  2. I love books and Search Press is a favorite publisher so I know I’d enjoy the books.
    Thank you for the chance to win.

  3. My library has been neglected since I got involved with so many online groups where I can get instant downloads. My online libraries are not well organized after a long illness but my goal is to get it reorganized.

  4. My crochet library is quite large and continually expanding with all the crochet magazines I subscribe to and the new books I buy. Sad to say, it is rather disorganized. I actually need one whole room to use as a library but right now it consists of various shelves and piles in 2 different rooms.

  5. My book/magazine/loose pattern library is large (and growing). It is somewhat organized but am forever pulling something out of place and not always putting it back so it has to be reorganized on a regular basis. Most helpful things in my library are collections of stitches and stitch dictionaries that I use when designing some of my projects.

  6. I wouldn’t call my crochet library large but I have a few books and magazines. I also have a binder that I keep printed free patterns in. I would love to win these books and expand my library!

  7. I have a pretty good size crochet library. I’m the only one in my family who crochets so I have inherited patterns and books from my grandmother and aunt. But I am always interested in adding fun new patterns to my collection.

  8. My pattern library in hard copy isn’t too big, but I’m constantly adding patterns in Ravelry so my digital library is pretty big.

  9. My library is large and haphazard (much still in boxes from my last move a couple years back). I’ve started getting it into my librarything catalog so I know what I have, but I have multiple thousands of craft books/leaflets/magazines/etc. so it will take a while (even once it gets warm enough I’m willing to hang out downstairs where my books and crafts are).

  10. My crochet library is mostly amigurumi books and a few technique books. Not really organized, but I would love to win this set of books.

  11. It’s still pretty small in print, and medium-sized on the computer. Both places are pretty disorganized, but I’m hoping that, when I get a bigger place, I can dedicate a room to crafting, and get a Kindle or something to store all my online/downloaded crafting publications on so they don’t get lost in all the files on my computer. πŸ˜‰

  12. I have a very eclectic crochet library, mostly everything is in cloud storage if at all possible so that when I finish with one project, regardless of where I am I have everything I need right there to start on the next one.

  13. Fairly small, I only have a couple of actual books, more magazines and small pattern booklets. I wish it were more organized. Some are on my bookshelf but many of the booklets are packed in boxes. It is one of my goals to get an organized craft space and have them all displayed and easily accessible, someday!

  14. What’s your personal crochet library like? Big or small? Organized or haphazard? I have lots of crochet books, two shelfs and three shelfs of crochet magazines. It is not organized at this time, I should spend some time fixing that.

  15. I have a medium sized library that right now is very haphazardly dealt with. Meaning everything is stored in a tote right now πŸ™ Soon enough it will be dealt with and look amazing when it is done. I love remodeling.

  16. I have a crafting library ranging from crochet, knitting, sewing, crafting books, how to books, and recipe books. My largest portion of books and printouts are of crochet. I try to be organized with my book collection but for now the ones not in use are in their crates and the ones I do use are besides by bed. I wouldn’t say it’s organized but they are not in a place where they will get destroyed.

  17. I am so thankful for Ravelry to tame my patterns. I use a folder on OneDrive to store them so I can access them at home or on the go


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