Doily Plant Mat

Doily Plant Mat

FREE crochet pattern

Why should tables get all the fun and frill of doilies, when they’re so much fun to make? This summer, let’s let the plants have them! This doily plant mat is designed for any yarn and any hook so you can get some of your stash leftovers out of the way. Crocheted in simple stitches, these little beauties whip right up in no time.

Want a printable .pdf of this pattern for just $1.99? Click here.

Getting Started

Stitches:  Ch, sl st, sdc (standing double crochet,) dc
Yarn:  Any
Shown in WeCrochet’s Comfy Worsted (Zinnia,) Curio #3 (Blue,) and Lindy Chain (Linen)
Hook:  Any
Shown in Zinnia (I9/5.5mm,) Blue (E4/3.5mm,) and Linen (US7/4.5mm)
Sizes:  Depends on what you use!
Shown in Zinnia (10.5”) Blue (8”) and Linen (9”)

This pattern is written for any yarn and any hook. As long as you’re getting a fabric you love, you’re doing it right! 


Let's Do It!


Ch 4, join with sl st to form ring.

1) Sdc, 11 dc in circle. Join.

2) Sdc, ch 1, *dc, ch 1; rep from * around. Join.

3) Sl st into ch-1 sp, (sdc, ch 1, dc) in first ch-1 sp, *(dc, ch 1, dc) in next ch-1 sp; rep from * around. Join.

4) Sl st into ch-1 sp, (sdc, ch 1, dc) in first ch-1 sp, ch 1, *(dc, ch 1, dc) into next ch-1 sp, ch 1; rep from * around. Join.

5) Sl st into ch-1 sp, (sdc, dc, ch 1, 2dc) in first ch-1 sp, sk next ch-1 sp, *(2dc, ch 1, 2dc) in ch-1 sp, sk next ch-1 sp; rep from * around. Join.

6) Sl st over to ch-1 sp, (sdc, dc, ch 1, 2dc) into first ch-1 sp, ch 1, *(2dc, ch 1, 2dc) in next ch-1 sp; rep from * around. Join.

7) Sl st over to ch-1 sp, (sdc, 2dc, ch 1 3dc) into first ch-1 sp, sk next ch-1 sp, *(3dc, ch 1, 3dc) into next ch-1 sp, sk next ch-1 sp; rep from * around. Join.

8) Sl st over to ch-1 sp, (sdc, 2dc, ch 1, 3dc) in first ch-1 sp, ch 1, *(3dc, ch 1, 3dc) into next ch-1 sp, ch 1; rep from * around. Join.

9) Sl st over to ch-1 sp, (sdc, 3dc, ch 1, 4dc) in first ch-1 sp, sk next ch-1 sp, *(4dc, ch 1, 4dc) in next ch-1 sp, sk next ch-1 sp; rep from * around. Join.

Cut yarn, weave in ends. Block.

Voila, you’re done! Now won’t your plants look smashing on their sweet little doilies? I bet you can’t wait to put them on your counter and in your window, huh? Just make sure you block them! If you need help with blocking, I have a whole post for that.
I’d love to see your doilies! Just post a pic to your favorite social media and tag @RowsAndRoses and #RowsAndRosesDoilyPlantMat so we can all be inspired by your creations. As always, if you need me, I’m just a click or two away.

May Showcase

May Showcase

May I show you?

We’ve had another super fun month here at Rows & Roses. I’d love to share with you the highlights from May with this May Showcase. I hope you enjoy it!

Posts & Patterns

Pride Week is coming to the LYS June 1-5. A different sale every day, a HUGE giveaway drawing, a special discount if you wear rainbow, and a free drop-in demo of the flatbed knitting machine on Saturday to wrap it all up. This is going to be our biggest event to date! Click the pic below for more info.

Ever wanted to design crochet patterns for yourself, but just aren’t sure how to get started? This post may help. Here I lay out my method of designing for personal crochet (not for publication; that takes grading and tech-editing, which is a whole other game.) Click the pic to read more.

Hey, how about a free pattern? If you were missing the freebies in April (what a wild month that was!) then I’ve got something for you. Kick off Pride Month with your very own Pride Bag. Pick your flag colors and get going, and you’ll have this whipped up in no time!

Just a little call to action...

I hope you’ve enjoyed this May Showcase. Honestly, I hope you enjoy everything that I work hard to bring you. I want to help educate and inspire, as well as offer free patterns, stitch-alongs, and a facebook community of like-minded friends and crafters. May I get super real for a minute and ask a small favor?
My little business relies an awful lot on word of mouth. Would you be willing to help put Rows & Roses “out there” just a little for me? Here are some small things you can do that have a HUGE impact:
~ If you use one of my patterns to make something, please create a project page for it in Ravelry. The more people see my patterns being made by others, the better they feel about buying them.
~ If you buy yarn from my shop and make something with it, please specify in the Rav project page WHERE you got the yarn. The more my little shop pops up in Ravelry, the more exposure it gets.
~ Do you like this May Showcase post? If so, share it! Pin it, share it to facebook or instagram, and leave a comment. This is all a much bigger deal for my business than you could ever know.
~ Share my facebook events. This one is HUGE!! Think Pride Week looks like fun? Please share it! Bought a ticket for a class? Please share the event! Anything you love about Rows & Roses, I would be ever so thankful for you to share with your friends.
~ Bring someone into the shop with you the next time you come! Doesn’t even have to be a yarnie: we have incense, bags, trinket dishes, buttons…. so much more than just yarn.
Thank you for being here, and for all that you do to help this little business grow. I am so super thankful for you, more than I can ever express ♥

Pride Week at Rows & Roses

Pride Week at Rows & Roses

Sales, specials, and a rad drawing!

Oh my friends, do I have a wonderful surprise for you! As you all know by now, here at Rows & Roses we LOVE to hold special events and drawings. Giving things away is my very favorite ♥ So what better time than June to celebrate love and individuality in ALL forms and kick it off with the greatest week ever?!
Join us for Pride Week, the first week in June, for your chance to score some great deals, show your support for freedom and acceptance, and earn yourself some entries into the drawing for the great big gift basket! I can’t wait to show you all we have in store….

First, the sales

I mean, don’t we need some sales? A chance to snag some awesome items at amazing prices? Of course we do!
I will be putting one thing on sale each day of the week. 
SATURDAY we have Colorburst at 20% off! This couldn’t have come at a better time, seeing as how Michelle is giving us a demo of the knitting machine today AND Colorburst is her favorite R&R yarn. Come check out this gorgeous gradient, with 660 yards to a single ball!

TUESDAY, June 1: Bamboo Pop

WEDNESDAY, June 2: Montague

THURSDAY, June 3: Mantra

FRIDAY, June 4: Chai

SATURDAY, June 5: Colorburst


Second, the GIVEAWAY!

Pride Week gift basket

You know I do love a good giveaway, and this time I’m pulling out all the stops. This giveaway basket contains almost $100 worth of gorgeous items put together with a rainbow color theme! Every $20 you spend in-store during Pride Week will earn you an entry into the drawing for ALL THIS! I will be holding the drawing live on the Facebook page on Saturday, June 5 at 6pm. You do not have to be on Facebook to win, I just like to do my drawings live because it’s more fun that way 😉
Let’s see what’s in it!

RED Bamboo Pop (DK bamboo/cotton)
ORANGE Chai (Sport/DK linen/silk)
YELLOW Mantra (DK 100% silk)
GREEN Valley Superwash (worsted 100% superwash Merino)
DARK GREEN Vintage (worsted superwash wool/acrylic/nylon)
LIGHT BLUE Bella Cash (sport superwash Merino/nylon/cashmere)
INDIGO Montague (light worsted 100% organic cotton)
VIOLET Java (DK 100% hemp)
RAINBOW Darn Good Yarn Silk (worsted 100% silk)
RAINBOW Chakra Lava Rock bracelet

But wait, there's more...

As if all this fun wasn’t enough of a reason to move into the yarn store for the week, I’m throwing in a little extra deal for you. Wearing rainbow into the shop gets you 10% off your purchase (excluding items that are already on sale.) 
It can be a rainbow hat, a rainbow shirt, or if you wanna go all out and wear rainbow make-up and dye your hair, I won’t even try to stop you. Tell you what, I’ll even count it as wearing rainbow if you make yourself a Pride Bag and carry it into the shop. Let’s turn this shop into the most fabulous place to be!

Added to all this amazingness is a FREE demo of the knitting machine, offered by Michelle Goodhand, on Saturday, June 5. She will be setting up in the back room with her machine and is happy to show you all how knitting machines work, what you can use them for, and how you can BLAZE through your project. I seriously can’t wait for this. I know it’s going to be educational as well as amazing to see. If you fall in love with machine knitting, we’re going to set it up so you can pre-order your own machine! How cool is that?

So bring your current project and enjoy our sitting area while you work, pour yourself a cup of coffee- it’s free (there is a tip jar if you feel so inclined,) and wind your yarn at our free winding station. In fact, while you’re at it, why not bring a yarny friend with you? It’s always so much more fun that way!
Click here for the facebook event so you’ll get a reminder notification. You definitely don’t want to miss all the fun!

Designing 101

Designing 101

Just go for it!

writing and swatching

Have you ever gone looking for the perfect pattern, knowing exactly what you want to do with “this yarn,” only to discover that your perfect pattern doesn’t seem to exist?
Maybe you bought the yarn on a whim because you just had to have it (*raises hand*) and you knew that it needed to be cowl for next Fall. You have just the thing in mind: a textured stitch, at a tight gauge, with a rolled edge, and just long enough to double up snuggly, but no longer than that. However, all the cowl patterns for the correct yarn weight, and that are anywhere close to the yardage you have, just…… aren’t what you want.
Hey, welcome to my yarny life, haha! Seems like every time I find the perfect yarn, and plan for it to be the perfect thing, I can’t find a pattern anywhere that even comes close. So what do you do when this happens? Do you “make do” with a pattern you don’t love? Do you pet your yarn one last time and then drop it in the stash? WHAT ARE YOU, CRAZY?!
Why not just design yourself the perfect cowl? It’s not as hard as you think…

Getting started

First and foremost, when you pull out that glorious yarn and start trying to figure things out, please oh please, do at least a couple (ideally, more) gauge swatches.

To some, this may seem like a waste of time, but let me tell you why you want to do this. Swatching will do two things for you:
First, it will let you figure out what size needles/hook you need for the fabric you want to have.

Do you want a dense, tight fabric, great for keeping warm? Do you want a looser fabric to show drape and sheen of shiny yarn, such as silk or bamboo? Are you unsure of the stitch pattern you want to use, and therefore need to try a few to compare? This is the biggest reason why you need to start with a swatch! As long as your yarn is froggable (can be undone) then it’s not a waste; you can always unravel your swatch if you start running out of yarn on your project.
The second reason you need to swatch is for math. Yeah, I said it. Don’t you just LOVE math?! Well…. some people do, but I’m not one of them. I will tell you this though, if you’re making anything with shaping, or that needs to fit properly (like, not a scarf but maybe a top,) then you’re going to need to do a little math. It can’t be helped. You do want to be able to wear your finished item, don’t you?

Math: Don't be scared!


The thing about math in designing, is that if you’re only designing for yourself (i.e.- not to sell a pattern,) you only need your own body. This makes things super simple! You’ll need to measure yourself wherever the finished item is going to go (if you’re making a top, you’ll need your bust measurement, length of where you want the hem to hit, and perhaps a measurement from your underarm to top of shoulder for armhole.)
Now take your favorite swatch. You know, the one that is exactly the stitch pattern and fabric you want to use. Measure your gauge: take a ruler and measure across 2″ and count your stitches. Let’s say you have 12 stitches. This makes your stitch gauge 6 stitches per inch. Now measure 2″ up and down. Let’s say you have 8 rows. That makes your row gauge 4 rows per inch.
See how easy that is?

Now we get to do our little bit of math. You need to multiply the measurements you want your finished item to be by the number of stitches/rows in your swatch.
If you’re working top-down, and you want your top to be 20″ long, you would multiply 20 by 4 (because you have 4 rows to an inch, right?) This gives you 80. You’re going to need about 80 rows in this top to reach the desired length.
Now do the same for the stitches. Let’s say you have a 36″ bust and you want this top to fit you exactly (not loosely, and not squeezy.) You’re going to multiply 36 by 6 (because you have 6 stitches to an inch.) This gives you 216. You will need 216 inches all the way around, at your bust, for this top to fit you.
Now do the same for your hips. Let’s say you’re at 32″ for your hips. 32 * 6 = 192. So after you’ve finished working the bust, you’re going to need to decrease your 216 stitches to 192. This means you’ll need to lose 24 stitches. Figure out how to evenly space your decreases at a rate that won’t cause your top to pinch in. Maybe decrease 4 stitches every 4 rows, six times. This will give you your 192!

Practice practice practice

If there is a fast and true math method that works every single time without fail, I am unaware of it. The way I’ve gotten so much better at designing for myself is simply because I’ve done it so many times by now. Your first design probably won’t be perfect, and that’s okay! Just keep going, and every time you design something new, you’ll be just a little better at it.

I want to leave you with my best advice yet: BLOCK YOUR PROJECT!!! For the love of all things holy, block it. If you don’t know what that means or how to do it, here’s what you need to know. A good blocking makes all the difference between “homemade” and “hand crafted.” If you want your finished garment to look like a million bucks, do yourself a favor and block it one good time before you wear it. If you’re local and need help with your first blocking, come into the shop and I’ll show you how it’s done. Bring your own blocking mats and pins because mine are often already in use.
Anytime you need to block something and don’t have the room, bring it by the shop. We have a blocking platform there that is especially for customers’ blocking!

I hope you have gotten some value from this post. If so, please consider sharing. Every little action to you take, here and on the facebook page, helps gain this little business some visibility. Thank you for all that you do ♥

Pride Bag

Pride Bag

FREE crochet pattern

Pride bag show in Bisexual flag colors

Show your pride, and carry your stuff. Introducing the Pride Bag, the perfect bag for all of your rallies. Crocheted in your choice of flag colors, this little bag will fit a phone, cash, card, and a lip balm. The crossbody design makes it easily adjustable; just tie a knot in the strap! Now you can wear your flag with pride, and make one for all your friends, too.
(Please consider creating a project page in Ravelry if you make this bag, and I would be ever so grateful if you’d give the pattern a rating, as well!)

Want a printable .pdf of this pattern for just $1.99? Click here.

Getting Started

Stitches:  Ch, sc
Yarn:  Worsted (#4) approx. 100 yards
Shown in WeCrochet Dishie “Blue” ~35 yards, “Mulberry” ~25 yards, and “Begonia” ~35 yards
Hook:  US7/4.5mm
Sizes:  5” tall, 4” wide
Gauge:  not important, just get the fabric that you want

~ Pay attention to how rounds are joined. They are joined differently on even rows than they are on odd rows. This keeps your “seam” from creeping across the front or back of your bag. If you join the way the pattern states, then your “seam” will disappear into the side edge.

pride bag

~ Please make the strap as long as you want it. Fully customizable.  All bodies are different and deserve a bag that fits comfortably.

~ I did not include instructions as to color changes. Each flag is different, so simply join your new color with a sl st into the first st of any round, whenever you need to.

Show your PRIDE!


Ch 21

1) Sc in 2nd ch from hook, and in each ch around, working all the way around your starting chs (so first up one side, and then down the other.) Join to 1st sc with sl st.  = 40 sc

2) Ch 1, *sc, ch 1, sk 1; rep from * around. Join.

3) Ch 1, sc in next ch-1 sp,* ch 1, sk 1, sc in next ch-1 sp; rep from * around. Rather than ending with “ch 1, join,” simply omit the ch-1 and join with sc.

4) Ch 1, sc in sp created by your joining sc in prev round, ch 1, sk 1, *sc in ch-1 sp, ch 1, sk 1; rep from * around. Join.

5-22 ) Rep Rounds 3-4, changing colors when you want, adding or subtracting rounds to get you the bag you want (remember that adding/subtracting rounds will alter your yardage requirements.)

23) Ch 1, sc in each st and ch-1 sp around. Join.

After joining your last round, make your strap by chaining until it’s as long as you want it to be, then join with sl st to other side of bag. I chained 120 for the bag shown above.

All finished

Pride bag in bisexual, Dad's Can Cozy in non-binary, and flag in genderqueer colors.

Now you’re ready to show off! I sure hope you enjoyed this pattern. If you’re interested in making more Pride stuff, my Dad’s Can Cozy pattern is free and works beautifully with any of the flag colorways.

I’d love to see your bag! Post a pic to your favorite social media and tag @RowsAndRoses and #RowsAndRosesPrideBag so we can all see what you’ve made. 
As always, if you need me, I’m just a click or two away ♥

March Showcase

March Showcase

March was a quick month for me! Did anyone else feel like it flew right out the door as soon as it got here? I can’t believe we’re heading into April already.
Let’s take a look at some of the things that went on this month. I had no orders to complete, so mostly I got to play around with yarn, work on a couple of new patterns, and make a thing or two for myself…

Mostly, I'm moving

To be perfectly honest, I’ve been spending most of my time and energy on this move! You know I’m moving my shop, right? Yup, the LYS is moving a whopping four whole doors down the sidewalk from where we are right now, and it is taking so much more “doing” than I had anticipated. I wasn’t thinking that a 20 yard move is still a WHOLE MOVE with fees, and deposits, and installs, and all of the forms to keep my shop legal.
I’m so thankful for all the help I’m getting. More people have offered themselves to help than I ever would have expected. My dad has done the painting of the new place almost single-handedly. I’ve had to place so many huge orders for new stuff because I’ve got easily double the retail space to fill! It’s been a fun and crazy time, and hasn’t left me a whole lot of time to mess around, know what I mean? But we’re getting there.
Spring Specials & Customs opens on April 1st, and the new shop has the Grand Reopen on April 6. Once we’ve partied through these things, we should get back to new normal. Thanks for sticking around and showing your support for my little business. You all mean the world to me ♥

Spring Sweater-along

Spring Sweater-along

The official R&R CAL/KAL of the season

Chevron Lace Cardigan by Milobo
Anker's Summer Top by PetiteKnit

Say goodbye to Winter blues and say hello to a fresh Spring project. Rows & Roses is hosting a Sweater-along for Spring 2021 and you’re invited to join! Starting this week, let’s make sweaters together to welcome in the new season. Any yarn, any pattern, anything goes! We have a knit pattern and a crochet pattern all picked out for anyone who needs a little nudge, and I would LOVE to help you pick your yarn for either (or both!)

Knitting pattern: Check out Anker’s Summer Shirt pattern. It is GORGEOUS, isn’t it? Our sweet Sharon brought this pattern to show me, and I fell in love with it. We both thought this would be a great pattern for anyone still new at knitting who would like to take a swing at their first garment. Easy stitches and easy construction, so you can just enjoy playing with the yarn!

Crochet Pattern: The Chevron Lace Cardigan seems like just the thing for Spring. This crochet top also has easy stitches and easy construction, definitely suitable for beginners and advanced crocheters alike.

Either of these patterns would look great in Bamboo Pop, Providence, or two strands of Malabrigo Sock held double. I would especially love to see the crochet sweater done in Mal sock and brushed Suri alpaca held double! I think that would be an absolute dream… 

Here's our Schedule

After some thought, I decided that a schedule will help to keep us all on track:
~ Cast on: Wednesday, March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day)
~ Half way WIP (work-in-progress) pic posted: Tuesday, April 20
~ Finish knitting/crocheting: Wednesday, May 19
~ Blocked and wearable: Saturday, May 22

Cast-on Party at the shop!
Join us at 1pm on Wednesday, March 17 to cast on your sweater amongst friends. We’ll enjoy coffee and conversation, and help anyone who needs a little guidance. If this is your first sweater, don’t be scared! Come early if you need help picking out yarn. We will be sitting down at 1pm to get started, and I can’t wait to see what you all pick for your pattern and yarn!

But wait, there’s more! Be sure to wear your finished sweater to the new shop on Saturday, May 22. We will have a “fashion show” that day, including stylized pics of you modeling your new spring sweater. Refreshments will be served, and everyone who wears their sweater in that day will be entered into a drawing for a special prize.
PRIZES!! Yes, of course, there will be prizes.
~ For everyone who posts their desired pattern and yarn, along with an “I’m in!” in the Ravelry thread, I will offer you one free Rows & Roses pattern of your choice.
~ For everyone who joins us for the cast-on party on Wednesday, I will give you one free sample pack of Eucalan Wool wash of your choice so you will have the perfect wash for your sweater when you finish it (this stuff is good for anything, not just wool 🙂 )
~ And finally, everyone who comes in to model their sweater on Saturday, May 22, will be entered into a drawing for a Rows & Roses gift package. Details on the gift package coming soon!

So, who’s in? Join the Ravelry group, as that’s where the thread will be (it’s too hard to keep a thread like this going on facebook; it gets buried and I can’t tag from the page.) I hope to see you all on Wednesday at 1pm. This is going to be so much fun ♥

Time to Move!

Time to Move!

This LYS is growing…

Holding a key in front of the new place

Y’all. I truly can’t believe I’m saying this but… even though Rows & Roses Yarn & Fiber just opened 6 months ago, we’ve already outgrown our space!
Back in September of 2020, I opened up R&R Y&F in a little 950 square foot building, I wanted to bring Seneca a nice little yarn shop full of community, classes, demos, education, and lots of scrumptious yarns and fibers that you can’t get anywhere else around here. Once I moved in a work station, a spinning wheel, a library, a sitting area, and a retail space, there wasn’t much room to grow. But grow we did, and hugely! Rows & Roses now carries more than double (and coming up on triple) the amount of stuff that it opened with. The classes and workshops and events have seen such a great response that we are sometimes running out of room for people to sit!
So, onward and upward! Rows & Roses is moving at the end of the month, four doors down, to a MUCH larger space, complete with a classroom, a much bigger storage area (thank goodness,) and even the hookups for a dye kitchen. Just look at the pics below and you’ll get an idea.

Some "before" pics for ya

As you can see, this place is so much bigger. It’s like a mansion on the lake compared to our current location! I’m going to have fun filling it with wonderful stuff for you all to enjoy. 
So! How about some details?

** Rows & Roses Yarn & Fiber **

Closing on Saturday, March 27 at 6pm at the old location, 105 E. North 1st St, Seneca.

Reopening on Tuesday, April 6 at 10am at the new location, 113 E. North 1st St, Seneca.


From now until 6pm on Saturday, March 27, everything in the shop is 20% off. Shop this sale in-store, or use the code moving in the eCom. Come on in and say goodbye to our first “home” and help me lighten my moving load a little. The less I have to move, the quicker we can get everything ready to go in the new place!

moving sale 20% off

Be sure to keep an eye on the facebook page, the Google listing, or this blog, for all of the Grand Reopening info as I get it nailed down. We’re going to have a PARTY! Be sure to let your friends know about the 20% off everything going on right now, and mark your calendars for our big day on Tuesday, April 6 at the brand new place!

February Showcase

February Showcase

Spoiler: there’s yarn

February has been so full of STUFF going on! Especially for being the shortest month of the year. There have been pattern proposals sent, patterns graded, lots of wonderful things crocheted, and so much happening at the shop right now I sometimes feel like I’m two people. I’m not complaining though; all this busy busy busy makes me feel alive. I am so thrilled to be doing what I love full-time!
Let’s take a look back at some of the things from this month in this February Showcase. 
(Pic above is my Budding Conifer wrap, formally known as Sawtooth. Pic credit goes to Molly at Interweave Crochet.)

Lovely little things!


My newest freebie pattern, Heartbeat, was a real hit this month! The month of love always brings out the desire to work with reds and pinks, at least for me it does. This triangle shawl is worked with three colors of WeCrochet’s Memento, using the “drop & swap” technique. You can view it for free on my blog, or purchase your .pdf for $1.99 here on Rav.

My Budding Conifer Wrap just went “live” with the latest issue of Interweave Crochet, Spring 2021. This whole issue makes me so happy! I love most of the patterns in it and can definitely see myself making some of them. If you’re local, you can grab your copy form my shop the next time you come to visit, as long as I still have some left.

This little number will be my newest pattern if I can ever get it graded…. I’ve been working on grading this pattern for a week now and something always comes up to pull me away! This top is crocheted top-down in the round, using the new gradient in my shop, Universal Yarn’s Colorburst. My size, pictured here, took less than one ball! Can you believe it? As soon as I finish the grading and get it tested, I’ll post about it so you can check it out.

What else?

Besides all this, I’ve been working tirelessly on the Knotions/Rows & Roses eBook that comes out this fall. Are you excited about this?? I know I am! All proposals have been accepted, yarn support has been requested, and soon I will be able to start teasing some swatches. Keep an eye on the facebook page to stay up to date on eBook news!

That’s it. I hope you’ve enjoyed this February Showcase. If you know someone who may be interested in my little corner of the yarn world and what R&R has going on, please consider sharing this post, or the facebook page, with them. Tweet, pin, comment, and anything else you feel moved to do. Every little action on your part has a BIG impact on my little business. Thank you so much for following along with my adventures. I couldn’t do this without you ♥