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Looking Back on Our Crochet Projects From 2012

By December 17, 2012

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Have you given any thought to which project(s) were the best ones you crocheted this year? I've been thinking about mine. I can't decide whether it was this fabric tote bag or this afghan. (For the afghan, I guess it would have to be my best never-ending project from 2010-2012, but we won't discuss that). If you finished the project in 2012, it counts, even if you started it sometime last century.

What was yours? you are invited to share your best project, or projects, from 2012.

Please don't be shy! No matter what your skill level, your best projects could be an important source of inspiration to others.

Note: PLEASE be clear in your submission about where your pattern came from. If you created your own design, or significantly modified a published pattern, it would be really helpful if you give us details about what you did, and state that a commercial pattern is not available (if it isn't). This will help others to avoid wild-goose-chase pattern hunts. If pattern information is missing from your submission, it could delay publication, perhaps indefinitely.

I can't tell you how many emails I've received from crocheters wanting more details about projects submissions that have been published in the past. So, be aware that many people do view these projects and use them as a source of inspiration.

See Everyone Else's Best Projects:

Published stories will appear on this page as they become available. Please keep in mind that submissions are moderated (thanks to all the spammers who post junk submissions) and it takes me time to go through them. So if you look at this page later in the week, you'll see more entries than you will earlier in the week. Thanks for your patience as I work on getting projects published -- and thanks so much to everyone who contributes!

See Also: How to become a guest author for crochet.about.com

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