Today I am featuring Kelly from Creating a Family Home and All.About.Knitting. Kelly lives in rural Pennsylvania and brings us into her world with beautiful photos and fabulous ideas. Kelly says, “I’m a mama to one, freelance writer and caretaker’s wife. My family leads an interesting life on the old dairy farm acreage my husband oversees. I enjoy the little things that make life good-spending time with my family, growing our own food and sharing homemade meals, appreciating nature, knitting, crafting and being in the moment.”
Among her many talents, Kelly designs knitting patterns. You can find some of them available for free on both her sites, some available through Ravelry, and soon she will have a pattern out on Knit Picks! She also does a great self imposed “sock of the month club” where she tries to complete a pair of socks each month along with everything else she has going on.
Right now, Kelly has a summer giveaway going on for these wonderful hand made notecards. The deadline to enter is Monday, August 1, so be sure to check out her site for details!
Then take another moment and promote yourself!
Please feel free to link up your latest crafty project, your blog or your etsy shop. That way we can all get a little self-promotion in. A little bit of advertising and self promotion never hurts. Especially free advertising! Rules are as follows:
1- There are no rules…Link your website, your etsy site, your projects, your latest hairdo. Whatever. It doesn’t have to be crafts. Like, I said- no rules!! Go crazy! This is your chance for self promotion! If you choose to, I have a button on the side that you can add to your blog. But don’t worry, I’m not the button police. The object of the game is to get you and your stuff out there!
Next week, I will feature one of you! So get linking and get your stuff out there for all of us to see!
The Sitcom is protected by a guard chihuahua with PMS and terrible breath. Beware! Feel free to link to or feature (no more than one image, please) any tutorials on this site, as long as credit is given and permission is obtained by the author. Tutorials are for personal (non-commercial) use only.