Relax and Hook Blog Hop!
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Check it out! Yours truly is participating in the Relax and Hook Blog Hop! What is a blog hop? Well, it’s an event where we (designers, in this case) work together and share each others posts/patterns that all somehow relate together. This time, Small But Kinda Mighty has organized a blog hop centered around relaxing and crocheting. That means ALL of the patterns are relaxing, not aggravating, and can be used as a way to de stress. It’s PERFECT for an end up summer hop!
Today is all about my pattern, The Comfy Stars Sweater! It’s a 4 row repeat, made with simple panels that are sewn together to create a boatneck sweater that will keep you warm and comfy all cold season long!
For 24 hours on September 16, the Ad Free PDF of my pattern will be available as a FREE download from my Ravelry store. Simply use code MINDFULCROCHET when you check out, and that bad boy is yours! This is only in effect for 24 hours, so grab it while you can, and ONLY works on the Comfy Stars Sweater pattern!
If you’re interested in more than one pattern, ALL the patterns featured in this hop have been assembled into an e-book, and is for sale by Small But Kinda Mighty! The Relax and Hook e-book is only available for a short time, so grab it before it’s too late! Anyone who purchases the e-book from my affiliate link will also get a bonus pattern free! Yes, thats FREE! I’m including a download of the Frosty Ridge Bootcuffs pattern for FREE, with all affiliate purchases of the e-book! Don’t forget to follow me on Facebook, and check out my other designs here and on Ravelry!
Ravelry says “there’s a problem with this code” @ 8:15am EDT 9/16/22
Has the code been activated?
I’m not quite sure why that happened. The code is active. Can you try again? If you’re still having problems, let me know!
Jen, Ravelry’s autocorrect changes the code to two words. Just retype the code as one word, and Ravelry will accept it. You don’t want to miss out on this beautiful sweater!