Friday, June 15, 2012

Free Crochet Patterns

Welcome to the Crochet Boulevard, the brand-new site for our monthly theme-parties, I'm so glad you're here! If you've never been to one of my link-parties at made in k-town, or if you'd like to find out more about why I've moved, please check out the "About"-page. I really hope you like this new blog, and if you do, please tell your friends about it :)

Now back to business: you've voted for a great topic again, it's Free Crochet Patterns this time. And since this is our first theme-party at my new site and I'll be on vacation soon, you'll have the rest of June and the whole month of July time to share your free patterns!! It doesn't matter which kind of pattern you're posting, it can be doilies, squares, amigurumis, potholders, cushions, flowers, anything really - as long as it is crochet and free. (If you'd like to link up someone else's pattern, please ask the designer for permission first). I bet we'll have a terrific pattern source at the end of July!

Below this post you can already vote for the next theme-party in August. And of course you can grab my party button if you'd like to (if you've already got the old button on your blog, please replace it with the new one and the link to The Crochet Boulevard).

The Crochet Boulevard

Some things you should keep in mind:
What you see is what you get: please link to the specific post where your chosen project can be found (not just your main blog address), and make sure that your post is about crochet and matches the given theme! No shops! Please understand that I might remove links that ignore these points.
Feel free to post as many links as you like - you should really search in the depths of your archives to retrieve your forgotten treasures, this is your chance to bring them back to the surface! :)

an update: please remember to link up only free crochet patterns (or at least posts that contain a free pattern link)! Unfortunately I already had to remove some beautiful links, because the post didn't feature a pattern. It makes me feel a bit miserable, but I hope you understand!