Well, my Flowers Abound ebook is ready to go now. The waiting is over.
Flowers Abound ebook
Where to buy it
You can purchase a copy of your own from Amazon, itunes, kobo, Barnes and Noble and other online ebook retailers. If you don’t have a device that can read ebooks, then you can download a PDF version from Smashwords.
Bloem – one of the 20 flower patterns in the ebook
Some lovely folks have reviewed the ebook. You can read what Little Woollie has to say here. Annaboos House’s review can be found here. Crochet Concupiscence wrote a very detailed review here. Marianne of MaRRose CCC had some fun you can read about here.
Cvijet from the Flowers Abound ebook
I’d love to see what you create, so please do share with me your makes.
Thanks so much if you decide to grab a copy. I really appreciate you supporting my designing. It means I can keep creating. To this end, have also become an affiliate with Amazon, so if you click a link to Amazon and make a purchase, I will receive a small commission. Thank you
It seems I can’t be without a CAL so here’s all the info you need to know about the next one – the GREG Mystery CAL.
GREG Mystery CAL by Shelley Husband
Well have you joined all your Flowers Abound patterns into a nice garden? If so, I have the perfet border for you – a picket fence.
Picket Fence Border
Why do you craft? Does it calm you? Does it take your mind of things that aren’t going well? Is it just for fun? No matter the reason, engaging in craft is a good thing. Mandy from RedAgape Style and Design blog, a self professed Instagram addict like myself, posted a few pictures of her crafty persuits and tagged them with #craftastherapy. Well, that hashtag has taken off!
Here’s what Mandy has to say about it all
What is Craft as Therapy? I have always loved craft and often bounced from one hobby to another, but it wasn’t until I was experiencing a particularly stressful period of my life, that i began to craft as a form of therapy. A self diagnosed ‘instagram addict‘ i began to tag some of my projects with #craftastherapy. I was stunned by the response i received and shortly afterwards many fellow crafters started using the tag. It became apparent to me how important craft is as a form of therapy, not just for me, but for many others. The hashtag continues to grow, as does the number of followers for @craftastherapyand a beautiful community has blossomed. Does craft make you happy? Relieve stress? Distract you from illness? To read more on how to join our supportive community visit my blog post about craft as therapy.
One of Mandy of RedAgape Style & Design’s projects tagged with #craftastherapy
Well here we are at the (almost) end of the Flowers Abound CAL! I am finishing with one of my favourite blocks that I have designed to date – Louloudia, which is Greek for flowers.
Louloudia of the Flowers Abound CAL
At last, I can share with you my newest designs – Giantess Crochet Patterns.
Giantess Crochet Patterns