Saturday, October 23, 2004

Introducing: Casey's Crochet


I'd like to introduce a brand new website called Casey's Crochet, and if I do say so myself, it's about time there was a website like this!  (

What does the website have to offer?
     It's a website offered by a child (hmmm, I wonder who's, lol) that offers a place for other children to safely go to to get encouragement to crochet, knit, or do some other type of fiber art.

     It's a place to go to find links to other sites offering instruction, to learn why crochet is fun, and to see images of the child offering the inspiration.

     As far as we know, there is no other crochet theme website out there that was created specifically for children.   -- and as time goes by, there will be patterns offered, and yes, they will be by her.

Have I peeked your curiosity yet?  Yeah, you know you want to -- go ahead and visit it and feel free to post your comments here.   We're looking for feedback to make it a fun & safe website for children to be able to visit.

Scarf Count Update: 
     1 scarf and two hats from Cris of Danbury
     1 scarf as posted by Robin Anderson (scarf to go to YMCA homeless shelter)
     1 scarf from Lori of Greenwich
                    (THANK YOU LADIES!!!!)
    and I now have 8 done ....
that brings us to 11 of the 30 Scarves in 30 days Challenge.

If you'd like to participate, just crochet or knit up a scarf and let me know via email or posting here where you intend to donate it.  Together, we can reach this goal and make a difference to someone in need!  :)


Anonymous said...

Dee and Casey!  I absolutely LOVE your new site Casey!  I am going to be teaching my neice to crochet ane this will be the perfect site for her to go and learn some more.  Since I will be doing this long distance this will help me out so very much.  I congratulate you on such a wonderful site.  Hugs, Janet

Anonymous said...

Oh Dee!  The website is just wonderful (except for that bad "knitting" word).  You and Casey did a really fine job.  Can't wait to send the link to my sister for my niece.  Have to admit though, it brought a tear to my eye to read about crocheting while snuggled up to mom or grandma.  If only I could....  Hugs and congrats!  Sheila

Anonymous said...

That is a great page!
WTG on the scarf challenge :)