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an anniversary and a facelift

Or, should I say, a blog-iversary!

This little blog turned five years old last week, and while I don’t post as frequently as I used to, I still love having a space to share my creative work. And I hope that you have enjoyed reading the posts as much as I have enjoyed writing them.

To celebrate the milestone, I’ve given the blog a bit of a facelift: a new blog header! I know how much you all loved looking at Coco wrapped up in my Augusta Shawl pattern, but it was high time (past time) for a new header that better reflects my blog and my designs in a more professional manner.

Thank goodness for the graphic design talents of my good friend, Elizabeth Green Musselman of Stitch Definition. She dreamed up the header that you see above, and I’m thrilled with how it turned out.

Here’s to five more inspired years!
Have a great week,
xoxo Danielle

8 thoughts on “an anniversary and a facelift”

  1. Even though it is sad to say “bye-bye” to Coco, your new header IS very nice and very professional…!! That was a very FAST FIVE years, and your designs have been both inspiring and stunning…here’s looking forward to many more years of beautiful and comfortable wearable art…!! XO, Mom

  2. A milestone for sure! Love the new look of your header…very clever use of the needles and yarn! Love your creativity and you. β™‘Congrats! Leslie

  3. Congratulations on your 5th Blog-iversary!! I will miss Miss Coco’s adorable face, but I totally “get it.” πŸ™‚ Best wishes for many more blog anniversaries to come, as it will also mean glimpses into many more of your beautiful designs.

    I put my blog to rest at the end of 2015. Don’t have the energy to keep up with it any more. But I still occasionally visit other blogs, such as your own. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you, Sandie! And I miss reading your blog and seeing all of your crochet creations – you are so prolific! I hope that you are enjoying the respite and still creating πŸ™‚

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