My Crochet Project Bible Review and Giveaway

I have received a complimentary sample of the product presented in this review. I was not financially compensated to write a favorable review. All opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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I’m always looking for new ways to help organize my crochet projects so that I can keep track of my designs and be able to know what hook and yarn I was using for a project that I may have put away for some time. I also get requests to repeat a project and it always helps to have the information stored somewhere. So, when I came across My Crochet Project Bible by Stationery Geek, I had to check it out! Lucy at Stationery Geek was gracious enough to send one to me to try out. Here’s a rundown of what’s inside of My Crochet Project Bible and what I love about it!

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When you first open My Crochet Project Bible, there is a conversion sheet that helps you with US and UK terminology, symbols, and yarn types. It’s a great little resource to have handy. On the next page you have some recommended sizes for different types of projects. On the third page, there is a list of crochet abbreviations, which is also a really handy reference to have.

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I absolutely LOVE the project pages! You can basically record all of the information for your pattern/design to keep track of what hook and yarn you are using and so much more. There is even a space to make a little sketch of your project and write some notes. There is even a spot to add a photo of your finished project! I love the idea of being able to sketch out my designs or even create charts on the graph paper. It helps me visualize where I want to go with my project and any changes that need to be made. This project is one that I am working on for a friend who is due to have her baby very soon!

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I am also totally in love with these Honest Gift Tags. They say the things that you may not always want to say and are super cute and sassy! I am certainly going to use them for a few of my upcoming gifts 😉 There are a few phrases to choose from. Best of all, there are tags for Crochet, Knitting, Sewing or you can get a mixed set.

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If you are in love with the My Crochet Project Bible as much as I am, you can purchase it from Stationery Geek for £7.49. The fabulous Honest Gift Tags are also available from Stationery Geek for just £3.95.

Make sure to check out all of the other amazing things from Stationery Geek by visiting their website and following them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!


But wait, there’s more!

Thanks to Stationery Geek, I will be giving away one of these awesome My Crochet Project Bibles to one of you lucky readers! The giveaway is open worldwide, void where prohibited. Please read all rules before entering. Giveaway will conclude on July 1, 2016 July 4, 2016 at 11:59pm ET. Please use the Rafflecopter form below to enter.

UPDATE!

I have extended the giveaway for a few more days so you have more time to enter!

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A huge thank you to Lucy and Stationery Geek for giving me the opportunity to try out these fabulous products! I hope you all order your My Crochet Project Bible and support this amazing business!

 

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9 Comments

  1. Thanks for the review! I definitely need one of these in my life… I think everyone would be happier then… Haha…

  2. With all the info given and the work sheets this is a really good buy it converts to just over $13 AUD which isn’t too bad, if I could just go buy it from a shop but I would have to get it posted to me.

    But still a brilliant idea.

  3. Love your blog and also your letters you send out via email. Also love your patterns you share. Hope you continue to bring such great content in the coming months and years.

  4. Those conversion tables would be sooo handy. Patterns can be confusing, especially if you forget whether you’re using a UK or US one and wonder why your work is starting to look a little odd!

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