"No matter how terrified you may be, own your fear and take that leap anyway because whether you land on your feet or on your butt, the journey is well worth it."
-- Laurie Laliberte

Monday, November 15, 2010

Filler, Fluff, or Writer's Block?

None of the above, actually.  Although I'd love to post faithfully and on some sort of a schedule, I simply have yet to find a routine that works for me, so I offer this instead.  I've got some terrific friends/readers/customers in cyberspace who are gracious enough to allow me to use their photos here on the ole blog.  I love that these kind folks have given me permission to show off their completed versions of my patterns.  Take a gander at the latest batch:

Marrisa/Javamama on Ravelry
Big Girl Scrubby in Pisgah Peaches n Creme
with Aunt Lydia's #10 cotton
Stacy/Vachick on Ravelry
Big Girl Scrubby
Bonidee on Ravelry
Big Girl Scrubby in Lion Brand cotton

Megan/Themegababe
Big Girl Scrubby in Pisgah Peaches n Creme
Basanja on Ravelry
Big Girl Scrubby in Pisgah Peaches n Creme

Jenny/Craftywabbit on Ravelry
Big Girl Scrubby in Pisgah Peaches n Creme
(she got 3 from 1 2oz. ball)

Megan/Themegababe on Ravelry
Tiny Bubbles Scrubby in Pisgah Peaches n Creme
with #10 cotton

Jennifer/sshisher22 on Ravelry
Tiny Bubbles Scrubby in Pisgah Peaches n Creme
with #10 cotton
Megan/Themegababe on Ravelry
Grandpa's Sweater Scrubby in Lily Sugar n Cream
Linda via email
Grandpa's Sweater Scrubby pattern test
If you'd like me to feature your finished pieces here, email photos to me at BigGirlJewelry@yahoo.com or post them on Ravelry by linking your project to the pattern page.  (Ravelry lets me know when pics are linked  to my patterns.)  I make no claims to the rights of your emailed photos EXCEPT that I assume if you've emailed them to me it's okay for me to post them here.  If I want to use your photo anywhere else, I will contact you for permission.  I will not post Ravelry photos without first asking permission, BUT we all make mistakes.  If I have mistakenly posted your photo without your permission, please let me know and I will remove it.

Thank you all for your continued support.  Happy Crocheting!

2 comments:

  1. Awesome! Those look fantastic!! Your patterns are awesome!

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  2. Thanks Meg! All of you ladies are great for my ego. Although I don't play favorites, I must admit that I NEED to get myself a cone or two of that Winterberry colorway that Jenny used. It would look fabulous with the towel pattern that's currently under construction.

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