This week in stitches features…
- 6 Useful Patterns for Storing Your Stuff
- April Afghan Crochet-a-Long
- The Subscriber of the Week
- and all of this week’s stitches
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We’ve been more than a little busy here at NSAD and we’ve got lots of great things planned for the rest of the summer including a cool announcement later this week. We hope you all in the states had a great 4th of July. We enjoyed setting off fireworks with our family at my grandmother’s house and listening to the car alarms go off.
Don’t forget to answer our question of the week at the bottom of this post!
Welcome to Our New Email Subscribers
We had amazing week with 542 people coming on board the New Stitch a Day email list! Great job to all of you who are telling your friends about the site on Twitter, Facebook, Ravelry, Knitting Paradise, Pinterest, and at your local yarn stores. Keep up the good work!
April Afghan Square
Show and Tell!
I got a lot of photos from people of their projects so let me share them with you. (Click the images for a larger version)
1. A pair of clutches made by Anna Jones. The yellow uses a crochet basket weave pattern. The green is a single crochet and shell pattern. She also made a multicolored clutch by using the ever popular crochet crocodile stitch.
2. Polly Chan used our Honeycomb Cable video to make this beautiful scarf pattern!
3. Linda Stuart sent in this photo of a bag she made that she says is used for historical re-enactments. I love to color work and fringe details.
4. This baby pumpkin sack was made by Kristyn Michele. Warning! Do not carve this pumpkin! It is not a real pumpkin! You’ll ruin the sack.
Subscriber of the Week
This week’s subscriber of the week is John Asfour.
John is an amazing knitter and crocheter of toys. His story of how he came to knitting is really neat and I hope to get him on here for an interview sometime. Here’s some examples of his work:
John really does some incredible work and I love his attention to detail. He actually sent in a lot more photos but we just didn’t have room to showcase them all. In fact, one of the designers of the patterns he knits told him his work was some of the best examples they had seen of their patterns. I totally agree with that compliment!
Please congratulate John in the comments!
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This Week’s Stitches
How many unfinished knitting or crochet projects do you currently have on your needles or hooks?
Leave you answer in the comments. We’ll include some of your answers in next weeks show!