This week I released my final Free Festive Friday El-help crochet pattern back on Monday because I wanted to give you a little extra making time! We are now so close to Christmas and, hopefully, finally at the stage where we get to switch off, relax and enjoy the season.
Today I just wanted to take a moment to round up all my Festive Free Friday patterns in one place. 8 weeks of free festive fun right here!!
Christmas Pudding Hat with Holly Berries
Twinkle Twinkle Star
The Crochet ‘Paperchain’
The Pom-Pom Tree
Light up your Crochet Christmas Tree
The Festive AF Wreath
The Elf-Help Hat
Thank you so much for all the lovely feed back here and on socials on these patterns. It has really kept me going through this challenge! I really hope you’ve enjoyed making some of these projects, or just found some fun in reading about my experiments!
This is my last post of the year before I take some time off and I want to wish you all a wonderful joyful Christmas. I know that for some people this may mean just surviving, and I hope you in particular find a way to experience some peace and love.
December also marks my 6th month of blogging. Thank you to EVERYONE who has purchased a pattern, read, liked and commented on my posts, it has been quite the learning experience! I’m looking forward to more of those next year!
I hope you have enjoyed my crochet designs and reading about my passion for understanding the human condition. I know it may seem a little bit of an odd combination to some, but it reflects the authentic me. That word has been used to death the last year or so but I genuinely believe that when the internal you and the external you align, when you feel able to behave in a way which is an authentic reflection of your core beliefs (not as a response to fear and insecurity), then you have the freedom to live a happy life, free from internal conflict. With this foundation, I believe anything is possible.
This is everything I hope for in 2018.
P.S. The cover picture for this post is a little yarn bomb I did on the cycle path through the meadow near my house. Because I talk a lot about spreading the joy so I figured I should put my money where my mouth is! 🙂