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Happy Tuesday!

Guess what?! I get to be the featured blogger for this week’s Pin-spiration Link Party, hosted by Amy (The Stitchin’ Mommy) and Rhondda (Oombawka Design)! These gals have both been so helpful to me as I learn about blogging and marketing. We’re all part of an online “family” of crochet bloggers who support, encourage and advise each other, and I’m blessed to know these beautiful ladies. Be sure to show them some love and follow them on your favorite social media, too!

Oh, and if you’ve got any cool projects to link up this week, you can do that below, too!

Meet Your Hosts:

Amy from The Stitchin’ Mommy

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Rhondda from Oombawka Design

Follow Rhondda:
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Our picks of the week:

(left) DIY Chalkboard Wine Glasses by West Street Story
(right) Hello Fall Chalkboard Art by The Turquoise Home

(left) Monday Madness New Releases by The Country Willow
(right) Paint Stenciled Cocktail Tray by The Pin Junkie

Featured Blogger:

This week our featured blogger is the wonderfully talented Rebecca from Little Monkeys Crochet!

“Hi! Iím Rebecca, a 30-something pastorís wife, mommy of two adorable little guys (ages 4 and 2), and newbie blogger. Originally a graphic designer, I sort of stumbled into the world of yarn after designing a web site for a friendís crochet business. I loved all of the beautiful, fun creations she was making, and Iíve always wanted a hobby; so when I finished that site, I decided to learn crochet for myself. I fell in love with it fast, and I quickly discovered that it was even more fun to make my own patterns! A few years later, Iím now combining my love of graphic design and fiber arts by blogging at Little Monkeys Crochet. I find beauty in simplicity, even as a crochet pattern designer, and I love to design contemporary patterns that will inspire newbies and seasoned crocheters alike. 

Here are two great posts from Rebecca’s blog:
You can find and follow Rebecca on these social media platforms:

Facebook | Twitter | Ravelry | Etsy

Check out all of the projects that have been featured here plus some of the party favorites on our Tuesday PIN-spiration Pinterest Board: 

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 Thanks for partying with us! See you next week!

 By linking up to Tuesday Pin-spiration, you are allowing the use of your pictures if you are featured here. Please note that your pictures will NOT be used for personal use. A proper backlink to your site will always be provided!

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  • Jen @ West Street Story September 22, 2014, 8:31 pm

    Wow, thank you so much for choosing my DIY chalkboard wine glass project to feature!! I am honored!!