As a relative newcomer to blogging, I am still finding my way with the whole concept. So when I saw a post by Eskimimi Makes about the 5th Annual Knitting & Crochet Week, 2014 I decided to bite the bullet and commit to taking part.




The idea is that for 7 consecutive days starting, on Monday 12 May, I will write a blog. In order to challenge the creative juices, each day has its own theme on which the blog is based.  This is going to be a great way to take me out of my comfort zone, stretch my writing skills and view my knitting from a completely different perspective. For a taster of what is to come:

I hope this has intrigued you enough to pop by in the week and join me on my journey.

Bye for now.

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4 Responses

  1. Are we going to be able to read the results of your creative writing? Saw a fabulous tutorial on eskimimi – how to make the perfect bow using a fork!

    1. Yes, in theory there should be a post sent out each day! The fork tutorial is great. I use to do a similar thing making flowers with forks!

  2. Hello Tania,
    You are right that the Knitting & Crochet Blog Week will challenge you but it is great fun too.
    (I tried it for the first time last year during my first year of blogging.)
    Through searching for the first day’s tag (1kcbw) I discovered your blog and have already learned something new – I had never heard of Dorset buttons before and I am not really sure of the attributes that define them – you will have to teach me. I look forward to reading your blog week posts. Cheers, Jodie

    1. Many thanks for visiting my site Jodie. I will take a look at your blog to see your Knitting & Crochet Blog Week posts from last year. Already I have found it a challenge to write on the blog although you are right, I can see how it can be fun! Thanks for the comment about the Dorset Buttons. I have plans over the summer to develop this area on my site so do pop back again.

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