Find me on Ravelry!

I’ve been using Ravelry since I started knitting back in 2014, and it’s seriously been a lifesaver. If you haven’t heard of it, Ravelry is a website for people who are into fiber arts. You can log your yarn stash, find patterns, make a list of future projects, keep track of your current or past projects, and connect with other yarny people. It’s really been so helpful for me to have a resource like that to keep track of all these things. I really recommend it. </fangirling>

So why are we talking about Ravelry? I hear you ask. Let me get straight to the point.
In the past few years since I started this blog, I haven’t publicly shared my Ravelry account. I wasn’t hiding it or anything, and several clever readers were able to find me quite easily, but I just hadn’t thought about sharing it. Until today.

So that’s it. I just wanted to share my links with fellow Ravelry users. If you want to check out my current and past projects or my library, feel free to visit my profile page and don’t be afraid to add me, if you’d like! šŸ™‚

For those of you interested in my patterns, you can find my designer page too! I’m actually working on two new patterns right now. One of them will hopefully go up within the next few weeks so keep an eye out for that.

I’ll also be adding some links in the sidebar somewhere so anyone can find me whenever they need to.

Thanks for reading this rather pointless entry. I promise I’ll have something better to talk about next week. šŸ˜‰

8 thoughts on “Find me on Ravelry!

  1. I’m so glad you posted this. I love looking at people’s awesome project pages. Looking at your Rav profile also let me find and join the Nerdy Hookers group, it looks right up my alley!

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  2. Happy to hear that! I love looking at project pages too. Especially when the person has similar taste in patterns to me. It’s the best way to find new patterns! šŸ™‚

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  3. I just added you to my friends list on ravelry, I love that site that helps me keep track of everything Iā€™m working on, my yarn, my needles, and it gives me a sense of accomplishment when something is finished.

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  4. Thanks for adding me! šŸ™‚
    Isn’t it so satisfying to finally be able to mark a project as finished? Besides actually finishing the project, updating the Ravelry entry and uploading pictures is my favorite part of finishing a project. šŸ™‚


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