Every Which Way Crochet Borders: The Blog Tour


February is short, but it’s full of great things: Super Bowl Sunday, my husband’s birthday, my daughter’s birthday, Valentine’s Day, National Carrot Cake Day**, AND the blog tour for Every Which Way Crochet Borders!

Starting tomorrow, we’ve got a great line-up of bloggers here, including some from across the Atlantic! I was super-excited to discover a couple of new-to-me blogs, Rest assured that their readership has gone up by at least one this month.

Here’s a list of folks you’ll be hearing from in the next couple of weeks:

February 7: Cre8tion Crochet

February 8: Crochetville

February 9: Crochet Spot

February 10: Crafts from the Cwtch

February 11: Crochet Concupiscence

February 12: Fiber Flux

February 13: Moogly

February 14: The Stitchin’ Mommy

February 15: ELK Studio Handcrafted Crochet Designs

February 16: Felted Button

February 17: The Messy Brunette, My Hobby is Crochet

February 18: Not Your Average Crochet

February 19: The Twisted Yarn

February 20: Petals to Picots

February 21: Beatrice Ryan Designs

February 22: Underground Crafter

February 23: Crochet Guild of America (CGOA)

February 24; Jessie At Home

I’ll be sharing on social media each day, and I hope you’ll follow along and perhaps learn about some new-to-you blogs at the same time! You can follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

**February is apparently also the time we celebrate National Boy Scouts’ Day (February 8), National Clean Out Your Computer Day (February 13), and Susan B. Anthony Day (February 15).

 


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6 thoughts on “Every Which Way Crochet Borders: The Blog Tour

  • Andrea K

    This is so awesome. I love what I’ve seen from your book so far and hope that I win one. If not, Amazon wish list! Seriously though, I struggle with finding the right borders. Thanks for a great resource book.

  • Cynthia Butler

    This book looks wonderful and just what I need. I never know what boarder to use. I know it will be at the top of my wish list. I hope I win.

  • Edie Eckman Post author

    Each blogger is awarding the prize, according to their rules, so there isn’t an overall list of winners. You’ll have to check each place you entered to find out how they are notifying winners.

  • LINDA NAIL RANDOLPH

    I AM SO HAPPY I FOUND YOUR BLOG AND TO LEARN ABOUT THIS BOOK!! BORDERS ARE SO VERY IMPORTANT…TO HAVE JUST THE RIGHT BORDER FOR EACH AND EVERY PROJECT!! JUST LIKE THE PAINT OR STAIN FOR THE LAST STEP IN YOUR WOOD PROJECTS!! EACH PIECE IS UNIQUELY INDIVIDUALIZED AND NEEDS THAT SPECIAL LAST TOUCH!! THANKS A MILLION!! LINDA