Monthly Wrap-up

Well, wasn’t this just the greatest month ever? We finally got to get out and about, see some friends and family, do some shopping, eat at a few restaurants, and enjoy the summer. I’m sure glad we did, too, because now it’s looking like we may be staying home again for a bit. Of course I’m okay with that, seeing as how much yarn I have here at my disposal. This June Showcase is going to be the best! Come take a look at how much stuff has happened this month.

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Cookie Dough is getting her surgery! We hit our goal and I am making kitty baskets for the foreseeable future 🙂 Pattern here.

I updated my Key-ring Lip Balm Cozie pattern this month. Sarah M. tested it for me, so if you’re looking to keep your lip balm handy, go make one for yourself! Don’t crochet? Just ask me, I’ll make one for you. Pattern here.

Citrus Scrubbies are one of my favorite things to make! They’re so cute, and boy do they work great. Pattern here.

Water balloons for the win! These are sooooo popular, and I sure do love making them. Reusable, no need to stand and fill a bunch, no teeny pieces of rubber to clean up afterwards, and machine washable. Perfect for summer! Pattern here.

These little sea turtles were a big hit in the Summer S&C event this year. Aren’t they presh? One down, 10 to go! Pattern here.

So for a while, I’ve really needed a new poncho, as my old and much-loved one is looking a bit raggedy of late. I made this from some gorgeous Mosaic Moon alpaca yarn that my sweetest friend Hattie sent to me years ago. This is my new favorite poncho, for sure! Pattern here.

Patterns, please!

Dad’s Can Cozy pattern is FREE here on the website! Crocheted in WeCrochet’s Dishie yarn, in the back loop only, these are so quick and easy, and can be customized for any color combination! These would also look fantastic in Dishie Twist. If you use Twist to make one, I’d love to see it.

Tilted is my brand new summer pattern. Shawlette, or sarong? You decide! I consider this project a “cheap thrill” as it is super fun to make (puff stitches!!!) as well as super inexpensive. It takes just a single skein of lace yarn. Pictured in the all new Gloss lace color “Plume.”

I’m currently working on a scarf pattern that is set to hit my Ravelry shop next month. This lovely scarf is crocheted using two different yarns, held double, and has such a relaxing stitch pattern. Once you get going, there’s no need to even count! Just kick back and enjoy your stitching.

Extra News

You know I like to share everything going on around here, so I’d just like to let you know that…… WeCrochet accepted a pattern proposal! I am going to be published in their Spring 2021 collection “Mindfulness” and I am so excited!.
Currently I am awaiting finalization from Interweave Crochet for two patterns they accepted for their Winter 2021, and I am finishing up a pattern now for Expression Fiber Arts for sale on their website.
Furthermore, I have submissions in to KnitCrate (click to try for only $5!) and Brooklyn Tweed, as well, and can’t wait to hear back from them. I’m still just so thankful that my little business is growing and growing like it is, and it’s all thanks to you. All of you. You have been here seeing me through and cheering me on, and I am ever so grateful.

That’s it for the June Showcase. If you find value in this post, please consider sharing/tweeting/pinning, and leave a comment letting me know! Every little action helps to get R&R’s voice heard around the web. I am so very thankful to all of you, for everything you do ♥

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