Tour through Crochet Country – March 14th

Celtic Knot Pin

Welcome travelers on the Tour through Crochet Country led by Crochetville!
(Thank you to Amy and Donna who have done such a great job with the tour.)

So glad you have taken the time to stop by.  Please browse this blog to see all the photos in the posts below, along the right side and in the pages on the left side.  I hope that some of my design work and posts inspire you to crochet more and create your own masterpieces.

I am a Crochet Associate Professional and proud member of the Crochet Guild of America (CGOA).
I thoroughly enjoy attending their conferences where I have met many wonderful women – many of them crochet designers who share advice and their love of crochet generously.

In honor of this tour and National Crochet Month, I would like to offer you this FREE pattern – Celtic Knot Pin- as pictured above.  It is available here :
as a free Ravelry download.

As you may have noticed, I love to combine Celtic Knots with my crochet projects to achieve unique and eye-catching designs.  If you have any questions about the patterns mentioned here, feel free to email me.  And if you complete one of the projects, I would love to see your photos :

You might find one of my pages (on the left) titled, “Tips for Celtic Knot Scarf and Pin” helpful in completing the pin project. 

Speaking of the Celtic Knot Scarf (which first appeared in Crochet Today! March/April 2012 issue), it is now available here:
for free!

Now you are all set to crochet a project to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this Sunday!

We love St. Patrick’s Day in our house. It gives us an excuse to celebrate our Irish heritage by listening to Irish music, wearing the green, enjoying Celtic Knots, dancing a jig and eating corned beef and cabbage!  One of my daughters studies Irish step dancing and loves to make up a special dance for the day.  And my youngest daughter loves the day because it is also her birthday!

Have fun celebrating (even if you aren’t Irish) and thanks again for visiting.

Tomorrow we get to visit with : Andee Graves and Kimberly McAlindin.


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4 thoughts on “Tour through Crochet Country – March 14th

  1. Jennifer, thank you so much for participating in A Tour through Crochet Country. And thank you for offering this lovely Celtic knot pattern just in time for for St. Patrick's Day. We always celebrate by making the traditional corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, and Irish soda bread. So much fun!

  2. Thank you for the free pattern. Perfect timing! I plan to whip up the pin for my mom to wear to her corn beef and cabbage lunch this weekend. Her siblings will be jealous. My grandmother, an Irish lass, is no longer with us, but we still celebrate her March 17 birthday. 🙂

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