Jess and Casey have been working on this amazing new site for months. It looks amazing, even though I haven't played with it yet (it's in beta – if you want to play around before they open up registration, sign up on the site to put your name on the list). Jess told me all about it once, and it just sounds fabulous. Keep track of patterns and projects and hooks and notions, all the while connecting with other crocheters and knitters online? Sold! As I've been in the mindset of planning Crochet Me 3.2, I'm really psyched to see more and more uber-interactive crafts sites popping up. Check it out!

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  1. Thanks so much, Kim! We are super excited- thanks for helping get the word out!

    (Just a quick PSA- We have a lot of requests for invites and only 2 sets of hands so we are getting to everyone but it may take a bit. We are going to Maryland this weekend too! Everyone is welcome though!!)

  2. I am letting all knitting and crochet enthusiasts know about a chance to get their designs published. Accord Publishing is gathering knitting and crochet designs for the 2009 Pattern-A-Day Calendars. The contest will award cash prizes to first ($500), second ($250), and third ($100) place for both calendars. Whoever submits a knitting and crochet design will have the chance to win a $1,000. All contributors whose patterns are used will receive a 2009 calendar.

    Please go to our website at http://www.knittingpatternaday.com to learn more about the submission requirements and our contest. If you’re comfortable, please post this information on your blog to let your readers know about this great opportunity! If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

    Thank you and good luck!