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Awesome Crochet Blogger Awards: I won for Best Interviews!!

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I am super-thrilled an honored to have received the news yesterday that I received the 2014 Awesome Crochet Blogger Award for "Best Crochet Interviews"! This award bestowed upon 31 bloggers, one each day during December, is spearheaded by the prolific blogger and crochet supporter, Kathryn Vercillo. (Be watching for my interview of Kathryn this week!)

Previously my blog has won Awesome Blogger Awards in 2013 for "Best Guest Posts" and "Best Newsletter" 


and in 2011 for "Best Freeform Crochet." 


Receiving a prestigious award like this only adds to the joy of blogging and makes me want to do even better next year at seeking out stories and people who sing the praises of crochet! Ats s the announcements of the 2014 winners continue until the end of the month, I will be highlighting winners who I have included here on my blog:

March 4, 2014: Stacey Trock, author of Modern Baby Crochet; August 27, 2013-Guest Blogger, Marie Segares on Vintage Crochet Art.

Comments

Vashti Braha said…
Congratulations Gwen!!
Thanks so much for sharing it with others. I'm always happy to be able to connect with you and to show your amazing work to people around the web.

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