I was so excited to be asked to publish a pattern as part of the National Crochet Month blog tour (facebook link) – if you’d like to see more then please check it out, it’s running for the whole month of March, organised by the lovely folks over at Crochetville.
As part of the blog tour, I’m offering my beaded poppy bracelet pattern as a free download (previously this has only been available for a fee which has been donated). I wear my bracelet a lot and have also made it as a brooch. So why not check out the pattern and head over to Ravelry where you can download it for free until the end of March?
And my new pattern (also free) is ready to go as part of the tour so pop back on Sunday (6th March) to have a look. Here’s a sneaky preview clue:
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This bracelet is very nice with this beaded poppy ! I keep it to offer to my daughters later ! Thank you very much !
Thank you so much for your generosity both to offer this beautiful, meaningful poppy pattern to celebrate NatCroMo 2016 and especially to use your creativity to support an important cause!
Thanks Liz! And I hope you enjoy the pattern :)
So cute and i love the sneak preview of your pattern. So pretty! :)
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