It’s time to kick off Day 24 of the “Make it for Me” projects! You’ve survived the holidays and now It’s Time for You! For the entire month of January, I will bring you FREE patterns from amazing designers in the crochet industry. One of the great parts of “Make it for Me” is the designer will tell you exactly what that project means to him/her and why it is considered perfect for you too! Take a few minutes to check it out and decide if this crochet pattern is the one that you’ll dedicate to make for yourself. If this is your first time here, you can find out the details about how “Make it for Me” works HERE. Be sure to scroll all the way down because I have an announcement of a local “Make it for Me” event in my home town!
Tracee is the designer behind Fromm Me to You and thought her Fire and Ice Beanie was the perfect “Make it for Me” project. She said, “I Love the Fire & Ice Beanie because it adds a bright splash of color to gray Minnesota winter days.. The color options are limitless so you can make it all your own. I make this for me to brighten my days and stay cozy warm all at the same time!”
Click HERE for the Pattern!
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You can follow the link below to see all the projects as the posts go live each day. You don’t want to miss a thing because some days will also include some fabulous giveaways!
2016 “Make it for Me” Projects
Have you registered for the Red Heart Yarns Giveaway! Click HERE and scroll to the bottom of the page!
There is still TIME! I would encourage all of you to form your own “Make it for Me” event at your local yarn store, coffee shop, etc. Let’s just take at least one day out of the month to celebrate US!
Have a great day!
Rosanne Maier says
thank you for the Make it for Me crochet along. I have started making things for myself in the past and have given them away instead. Now I’m choosing patterns to make for me!