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Great post , and it's so true that you can apply the principles to everything you do in life. I especially agree withyour last para, I'm certainly not a perfectionist in any shape or form, but being mindful helps me to notice my errors and help me to achieve my best.
1 year, 1 month ago on How to Crochet for Mindfulness and Be Mindful in Your Crochet
Hi Kathryn, I wanted to contact you as, since you changed the site my RSS feed no longer works. I have you on my 'live' blogroll, on my blog but the last post that is listed is over a week ago. In desperation, I tried an unsubsribe and re subscribe but still get an error message headed up 'Wordfence has limited your access to this site' every time I try to access. Do you know if anyone else has had this problem? So sorry to write this in 'Comments', but your contact form does not like my e-mail address for some reason and says it's invalid! Help!
(Great post btw)
1 year, 2 months ago on Amazing Crocheting Kids: Nathan Coburn
Just catching up on your posts and looking through all the lovely links - I realised you had kindly included my little edging tute. Thank you so much - I'm honoured to be mentioned:)
1 year, 3 months ago on December 1st Crochet Link Love
@CrochetBlogger @sparklyjools Brilliant - I am on Rav so will come and join, many thanks for the tip! I referred to (and linked!) to Crochet Concupisence a few posts ago and already had an e-mail from an embroiderer who has found it helpful, so spreading the message in small ways, hopefully, it will grow!:)
1 year, 3 months ago on 10 Reasons to Swatch for Crochet Gauge (and 10 Reasons Not To)!
I recently found and started following your blog, via a mention in Inside Crochet (UK) magazine about 'Crochet saved my Life'. I think it's brilliant! I'm a textile artist and have crocheted since I was a child but after a year's ill health it was crochet which really got me creating again. I've become really interested in the many positive health benefits of crochet, and other needlecraft skills, and hope to cover more about them in my personal blog. Just wanted to say thanks for sharing!
I don't swatch for gauge, I like to tinker around with patterns too much! if I had a really expensive yarn and was making a garment, I probably would - but that's not really the sort of crochet I normally do:)