Christmas Countdown – Day 3 – E’Claire Makery – Free Pattern

It’s Day 3 of our Christmas Countdown and the response has been wonderful.  We are so excited that you are enjoying these free patterns and makers as much as we do.  Today we are introducing E’Claire Makery – Free Pattern.  For the month of December, we have teamed up with dozens of makers to bring you a fantastic Christmas Countdown that you do not want to miss out on. Each day we are releasing a Free Pattern from Mary Maxim, its ONLY Free for 24 Hours and frequently we are featuring an Artisan or crafter who will also have a limited time Free Pattern either linked or downloadable on Mary Maxim’s Blog.  Make sure to visit each day because all patterns will be removed from the blog on January 7th, 2019.

We are also hosting a fabulous giveaway. More prizes are being added, so check back every day to enter and see who has been added!  Read more about how to enter at the end of this post.

 

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E’Claire Makery

IMG_5970.jpgHi makers! My name is Claire Goodale, and I’m the owner, designer, and maker behind E’Claire Makery. I’ve been crocheting since my Grandma taught me one winter’s night when I was 7 years old. As soon as I picked up the crochet hook and yarn I was completely hooked. Ever since then I’ve tried to learn every fiber art out there, but crochet will always hold a special place in my heart.

Throughout the years, crochet became something that I grew to love very deeply. I knew when I was 13 years old that I wanted to be a crochet designer.  There is something so magical about seeing my designs come to life and into something that I could share with people. I wanted to start my blog and business in high school and the beginning of college, but I developed chronic health issues that debilitated me to the point that I was bedridden. Crochet and knitting were some of the only things that I could really do, they became a part of me. This year I finally got the confidence to follow my dream, and with some support and motivation from my husband Stephen, I started my blog and business E’Claire Makery. My goal in my business is to help people create fearlessly so that they can make the handmade items of their dreams. I publish crochet tutorial videos, blog posts, and patterns that make the crocheting process as easy as possible. For myself, I’ve learned that I can never go back to not being a maker. I love it!

 

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Free Pattern – Snowflake Sugar Cookie Blanket

 

This is a beginners level crochet pattern guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth.  Sugar and spice and everything nice: this sweet blanket will not disappoint! This is one cute cookie that didn’t make it to Santa. Cuddle up with this comfy cookie next to the fire on those cold winter nights. A great gift to give to both the adults and kids in your life this holiday season, you’ll end up wanting to make one for yourself too!

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Pattern Available Here

Find more patterns on her Ravelry Page.

 

 

 


24 Hour Free Pattern

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Mrs. Claus Clothesline Garland Pattern

Use Mary Maxim DK/Sport Weight yarn or our Ultra Mellowspun DK to knit this decorative Christmas garland.

This is a downloadable (non-paper) pattern. For questions about yarn requirements, please contact us. After your purchase has been completed, you may download the pattern from your account under My Downloadable Products. Requires Adobe Reader to view.

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The Giveaway

We joined together with some amazing Makers to bring you 3 fantastic giveaways.  With 3 giveaways to win, each giveaway lasting 1 week and including at least 1 unique prize unavailable in other prizes, this is sure to be an event you won’t want to miss.  The list of sponsors keeps on growing, and the prizes keep getting bigger as more makers join.  Come back each day for another chance to win!  This weeks giveaway is valued at $100

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Enter The Giveaway Here

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Happy Crafting!

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Gwen Bautista

I was introduced to the fiber arts like many crafters by my great-grandmother. She was determined that if I ever needed to repair some socks or make myself a sweater then I would know how. Little did she know that it has led to a rather large yarn hoarding addiction and fascination with needles. As a life long crafter I am always learning new techniques and improving my skills.

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