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Crochet in Popular Culture

Monday, March 25, 2013
Of all places, the body shop, to find a "crochet sighting!" But yes, it happened this morning when I took the car in to get an estimate on some repairs. There, in UsStyle magazine, April 2013, was an ad for Tampax : "You stand out. Your period doesn't."




Turns out it is really knitting on the bold and beautiful bicycle pictured in the ad, but hey so many people don't even know the difference. I love the skeins of yarn lying about and all the strings hanging plus the bold colors that draw attention to the yarn crafts.Yarn bomber, Jessie must be quite smitten that she was featured in this ad. You go, girl!







I had a burst of inspiration last night and made some good progress on my creation for the "Hide Your Heart" CAL on my Ravelry page: CroKween Designs:

http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/cro-kween-designs/2457733/76-100
It was our February CAL, but hey better late than never. I have one more color and texture to add and it should be finished tonight. We are starting a new CAL in April. Keep checking in on the Court and join in the fun. We will "bring the outdoors in."

This is the last time I will be blogging before my featured day, March 31,  on the Blog Tour through Yarn Country. Be sure and join me that day; I will be offering a 20% discount on my newest India pattern: the Gwyneth Cable Cowl. Stop over at Crochetville to see what the many talented designers have in store for you during National Crochet Month.

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