Thursday, June 26, 2014

Featured in Simply Crochet #20 - lets celebrate!

Woop! Woop! Find my Nordic Shawl in the NEWS column of 5 FAB FINDS in the latest issue of Simply Crochet. A handy project for a creative holiday. The Simply Crochet Magazine is on sale in stores as of today.

A big thank you to Simply Crochet for giving me such great exposure, in the top right corner and all. THANK YOU! I'm delighted and very proud and I can't wait to get my copy of the magazine in the mailbox and see it live. Lets celebrate this!!!




Don't forget to leave your email address in the comments. Good luck!

Kärlek
Annette





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118 comments :

  1. Félicitation pour la parution de votre châle dans le magazine simple crochet ! Les châles, c'est ce que je préfère !!!
    Bonne journée
    Lucie x

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  2. crochet project i prefer working on is Granny squares! :-)

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  3. sorry i forgot to write my email in the first comment..harveen1310@gmail.com

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  4. Oh well done you! Such an awesome Shawl! xxxxxxxxxx

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  5. Congratulations and very well done. I think my favourite project to work on has to be something big. Even if it is a granny square, the bigger the better.

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  6. Congratulations!!!!You must feel so proud,that is amazing.I prefer more decorations,hats,coasters...smaller things that can easily get done quickly.Have a lovely weekend.

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  7. Love the shawl pattern! I love working on blankets, currently quite a few baby ones as several of my friends are expecting new arrivals shortly!

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  8. Congrats, that is awesome! I would say I'm still in the small crochet projects category, nothing bigger than a beach bag. I'd love to branch out! andimcgreen@yahoo.co.uk

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  9. Hello, congratulations.
    I love working on shawls, all sorts of shawls.
    Have a nice day!

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  10. Thank you for the giveaway...I love that pattern! My favorite things to make are blankets, esp for babies. If there are no new ones in the neighborhood I donate them to the NICU a nurse in the neighborhood works for. It allows me to play with pattern and color!

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  11. Hi Annette,

    Wow, how nice that you are mentioned in my favorite crochet magazine! Congratulations!

    I love to crochet all kinds of crochet projects, but if I really have to choose, I choose cosy warm wrap shawls.: -)

    Greetings from The Netherlands,

    Ingrid

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  12. Congratulations. I work on big stuff only. Maybe it is because I started out with a really big ripple blanket......Email id is charulathak@hotmail.com
    Thanks!

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  13. Wonderful news!! congratulations :-) I like working on granny squares as I can do them in the car on my way to work (my husband drives me hehe), as it's the only time of the day I have to myself, really (sob sob sob)...

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  14. Congratulations on the magazine feature! I enjoy working with cotton crochet thread making scarves and such. (vellemere@yahoo.com)

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  15. Congrats on the publishing! How exciting for you! I love the simplicity of the granny squares and the different colour combos that can be used. Would love to try something a little harder once I perfect the granny square! Thanks, Lisa lisamancini@hotmail.com

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  16. Stort grattis, det var verkligen roligt.
    Jag gillar att virka små saker som mormorsrutor och dina maybelle blommor som kan virkas ihop till större saker. Har även virkat en sjal i mormorsteknik (den saknar fortfarande kanten runt om).
    Jag skulle bli jätteglad om jag blir en av dem som vinner ditt fina sjalmönster.
    Kram från ett idag soligt Stockholm.

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  17. Ooh, congratulations!!
    I'm currently plagued with a bad case of start-itis, so I have a shawl, a hat and a blanket on the go, but I do love shawls/cowls/scarves - they work up reasonably quickly and are both practical and pretty!

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  18. Congratulations Annette!!! Well done!
    I would LOVE to make your shawl (I've been watching so many of my blogger friends making shawls!) This would be a lovely switch-up to my afghans and granny squares!

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  19. Congratulations on having your shawl featured in Simply Crochet - I am an avid reader of the magazine and it was fun to see your shawl and think 'hey I read that blog!'
    My favourite makes are homeware and decorations, especially blankets but I would love to try some clothing soon!
    My email address is nicolabouttell@hotmail.co.uk

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  20. oops! I didn't leave my email!

    buddhacat444@gmail.com

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  21. Muitos Parabéns pelo artigo na revista Simply Crochet, eu prefiro grandes trabalhos com granny squares, mas fiquei rendida aos xailes.
    fatima-lourenco@hotmail.com.

    http://lavoresfl.blogspot.pt/

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  22. Congratulations on your blog, it s really great! I prefer working on granny squares and small decorating projects. My next project is my first big blanket! ancalde22@gmail.com

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  23. Congratulations! I love your shawls pattern!!!!
    Karola.superstar@hotmail.it

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  24. Congrats on the write up! Love the granny squares!

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  25. Oh Annette congratulations!! I spotted it the moment I opened my copy of the magazine! I would dealry love a copy of your pattern, I love crocheting anything and everything, from blankets to brooches and sweaters to doilies and toys to homewares! Kathrynfaulkner80@gmail.com xx

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  26. Lately my favorite crochet projects are shawl/scarf type projects. My email is lnewnam56@yahoo.com

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  27. Congratulations:)
    I love to work on amigurumi :) or other pupet :)
    anna.b.lempkowska@gmail.com

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  28. Parabéns Annete,seus projetos merecer ser visto por todos.Feliz sexta.Valéria.(Brasil).

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  29. Big Congrats and well deserved, you inspire a lot of ppl.
    I prefer working on smaller projects and shawls. The bigger ones is still in my dreams I cant seem to make up my mind on colors and patterns ;)
    Have a wonderful day
    mimziz@msn.com

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  30. WOW! Congratulations that’s awesome! My favorite projects are usually home decorating projects like pillows and bunting, but I've been enjoying working on a granny beach bag this week. {amyloualbanese@gmail.com}

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  31. Brilliant News - I'm sure you are delighted! At the minute I am working on summery tops for me. I love making all kinds of wearables as you can make them as colourful and unique as you like and then you can be sure that you won't meet anyone else in the same outfit - love it! Julie

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  32. What a great surprise to be in a magazine.
    For my part, I like to crochet toys for kids. And cushions for me.
    Have a great day.
    Miss xx

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  33. How awesome is that! Congratulations ����
    The Nordic Shawl is on my wishlist to make so I'm keeping my fingers crossed I win.
    Janinevanemden@yahoo.com

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  34. Well done - your work should be out there for more people to see. I love a big project, rhythmic rows, but these have to be broken up with little ones, hats, toys, even some knitting. Love your blog.
    lizinaustralia@hotmail.com - Aussie email but right now I live in England.

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  35. Congrats on your mention in Simply Crochet.
    I have granny squares on my hook right now and like them as they are very portable.
    I also have a granny ripple blanket I am working on.

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  36. Congratulations! Love the Nordic Shawl! I work on many projects, but I love having an afghan on the hook.

    harknessangels@gmail.com

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  37. As of late...amigurumi ��
    But I'm trying other things too... trying being the operative word.. Lol
    oddlycraftymechanism@gmail.com

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  38. I love love love all your stuff!!! I enjoy making shawls and blankets since I'm a beginner. You inspire me to try to make new things. Congratulations! :)

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  39. congratulations! At the moment I am working through a blanket obsession, but I do want to make items to wear as soon as possible :)

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  40. I I love love love all your stuff! I'm a beginner so I enjoy making blankets and shawls. You inspire me to try making new things. Congratulations :)

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  41. Congratulations! Your Nordic Shawl is on my to-do list. I make all sorts of things, blankets, shawls, even teddy bears, and like trying out new stitches and patterns. Currently doing Bavarian crochet. I love making things for friends. With my leftover bits of yarn I've made blankets for a premature baby unit at a local hospital and also for a local nursing home. carolynhibbert@sky.com

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  42. Congratulations! Right now I'm working on a pink and white baby blanket--it's made up of squares with a flower in the center of each.
    sweetbeebuzzingsATgmailDOTcom

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  43. Congratulations! Simply Crochet is awesome. My favorite projects involve granny squares, although lately I've branched out into shawls and I am loving them! Yum64@aol.com (and yum64 on Instagram)

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  44. Congratulations!!! Bet it feels amazing! I haven't made a crochet shawl - maybe i should! I love working on blankets, eapecially ripple blankets.

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  45. Congratulations!!
    I love to crochet gifts for my host family in America and pillows and blankets for my mother.
    I'm @marionhaakt on Instagram :)

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  46. Congratulations! I'm working on shawls as well; getting ready for winter here in the next few months! I have 2 going at the moment but I don't think either are going to be very warm as I'm noticing, now. (hmmm, raising an eyebrow). In between the shawls, and after work at night, I make smaller things; flowers, jewelry, scarfettes and small decorations for my small apartment. Anyhow, I enjoy your blog very much! Congrats again! debi.lord@gmail.com.

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  47. Congratulations, it is great! I love everything, but especially granny squares, there is something so calmingly orderly about them :-)
    sarka.homfray@gmail.com

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  48. Félicitations !!! C'est super ! J'aime crocheter les grannys pour des blankets ou des coussins. Je suis assez granny addict ! Bonne journée et merci !

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  49. Hi, I'm from Italy, Milan, can I enjoy this giveaway? I like to do big and small projects.
    Thank you
    Isabella

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  50. Well done! Great news. :-)
    I'm into crochet join-as-you-go motifs at the moment, as I create a blanket.

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  51. Hi. I have done one shawl with chunky wool but am always tempted to do your shawl. Love the style and here is Botswana it does get very cold, contrary to popular belief.... Thanks for such a great blog to follow. Take care.

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  52. WooHoo!! Congrats!!!
    I love to work on blankets for kids. I love to do motifs rather than stripes. I love bright colors as well :-)

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  53. Your shawl was beautiful, of course it deserves to be published!!! Congrats!!! I have done all kinds of crochet projects. Small as baby booties to large like afghans. It is so relaxing to do and I love to share my work with those I love. Thank you for your lovely blog and for sharing your talents.

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  54. oh I'd love to win your nordic shawl pattern; saw some beautifull creations already in IG. I always hevo some crochetprojects going.Most small ones : coasters, key ring, small bunting as little presents...mostly yarn and hooksize 3 (dutch) sometimes bigger projects as ripplestichblanket and of course granny's in all sizes !!

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  55. oohh I'd really like to win your nordic shawl pattern; would be a nice project at summervacation !!! I saw some lovely creations already on Instagram. Normally I crochet a lot of little projects; coaster, key ring, small bunting with flags and flowers etc.as little presents, with yarn / hooksize 3 (dutch) But also I like bigger projects, recently finished my ripplestitch blanket. there's always a project going on..... you can contact me at IG - jiska72

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  56. Congratulations Annette. I love to make granny squares and would love to be entered in your giveaway. bengalcatlover10@yahoo.com

    Linda

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  57. Wonderful! Congrats! I am addicted to granny squares!

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  58. Superroligt! Jag gillar att göra det mesta, men sjalar är roligast: snäckskalssjal, spindelsjal, döskallesjal, blomsjal bla. Mest använder jag garn som Mandarin Petit och Tilda.
    Kram
    Anette crossie4@hotmail.com

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  59. Congrats Annette, you deserve it.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  60. Congratulations on being featured in the magazine! I'm still a bit of a newbie when it comes to crochet, but so far my favourite project has been a shawl. I'm in the middle of working on a blanket at the moment, which I liked at the start but am getting a bit bored with now so maybe I prefer medium-sized projects!

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  61. Sorry, forgot to include my email - it's nightingaleanddolittle@gmail.com

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  62. I would like to crochet the nordic shawl. It is a beautiful pattern!! At the moment I am working on a blanket (wheels within wheels, you can see on Instagram) and some smaller projects (flowers/handbag). I always have more projects to work on! Love it!! gr. Hennie

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  63. Congrats! I'll be looking out for the magazine tomorrow!
    I'd have to say I prefer crocheting smaller items, like doilies, mandalas, phone socks... Have completed one big blanket and would love to try my hand a your shawl :)

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  64. Congratulations! I love your work. Your crochet work is a big inspiration for me! At this moment I'm working on a maybelle squares blanket.

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  65. Wow! My favorite magazine. It is always so full of inspiration and new (to me) people with such amazing talent. My favorite project is the big, comfy, happy, granny square blanket! I love the whole process for the starting magic loop to the final tuck-in of the last end.

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  66. Congrats!!! Well deserved. :))

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  67. Congratulations! I really love your shawl. Until now I prefer little projects, telephone case or little bags of mini granny squares, but I would love to make something big like your shawl. Greetings Marianne. Mrfaber75@gmail.com

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  68. Wow, that's awesome. Great job getting published!
    My favorite projects are shawls and blankets, but I also like a whole range of other patterns. Mostly decoration for the house. I'm not real big on making clothing (except accesories or something small for my kids)
    Best wishes from the Netherlands :)

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  69. Congrats on the feature. You do such beautiful work and it's great to see you honored in this way. I have a small mention in the issue as well - the wonderful Susie Hewer generously named me as one of her crochet heroes!

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  70. Hello, First i Loved blankets, then cushions and Now perhaps shawls...
    I really Love your Blog and your Nordic Shawl Pattern.
    Greetings and congratulations from Germany
    Andrea (Andrea.vdlohe@web.de)

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  71. Grattis! Det måste kännas underbart!!
    My prefered crochet project depends on the mood I'm in... It can be pot holders or granny squares and lately it's been your maybelle square!
    Reach me on my blog, or at: ac_jakobsson@hotmail.com

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  72. How wonderful! Congratulations! I am working on my first crochet project since I was a child... and love it! It will be a granny square blanket, I have 120 squares now and will start putting them together. I have already found a lovely way to finish the blanket in an old crochet book that I have kept for years even though I did not crochet then, so glad a kept it! After this I would love to work on my first shawl!

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  73. Hello, the shawl looks great!
    I love to crochet beanies and granny squares.
    Greetings from Germany (next to Basel).

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  74. Well done.
    I partial to making bags they don't tend to end up as wip, as many other projects do.

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  75. Vad kul att bli uppmärksammad på det sättet! Har på senare tid börjat följa dig mer regelbundet och även om de personliga inläggen antagligen är jobbigare för dig att skriva så är det otroligt givande att läsa. De inlägg du skrivit om dina egenskaper känner jag igen mig i så otroligt mycket! Hade lika gärna kunnat skriva mycket av det själv... Jag älskar att virka allt; stora filtar, sjalar, amigurumi, kuddar, you name it. Problemet är ju bara att slutföra! Jag vill testa allt fint jag ser och väldigt mycket blir liggande halvfärdigt. Så varför inte börja med en Nordic Shawl också! :-) hoppas operationen gick bra!
    Jennie.h.stein@gmail.com

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  76. Congratulations! I love working on just about anything, but larger afghans of almost any type are my favorite :)
    Thanks so much for sharing! nicolespence22 @ hotmail dot com

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  77. Congratulation!
    The nordic shawl look great.
    I love to crochet simple beanie and granny squares
    thecrazyarn@gmail.com

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  79. Congratulations! I am working on a granny square blanket and a ripple blanket, and am really enjoying both of them. I love crocheting so much........ You have a great blog! I would love to work on your beautiful shawl. meriel.forestflower@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  80. How exciting! I usually like to have one big project going and working on little projects like baskets, scarves, etc when I need some quick satisfaction :)

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  81. That is realy something to celebrate! I love your blog! Thank you for sharing all the beauty you created! I realy enjoy to make baby stuff, like heads, socks, shoes, etc... We live in Mozambique and there were born so many babies since we are here. I like to give them all a handmade present! My email is: gerdine@novorebento.nl

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  82. That is well deserved!!! Congratulations, it must be wonderful to be in such a lovely crochet magazine! I like to crochet shawls, scarfs, bags. And your nordic shawl pattern is high on my wishlist! vonken@casema.nl

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  83. Congratulations!
    I love that shawl.
    Greetings from Holland,
    Annette Ploeg

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Kärlek
Annette

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