Today I have what is the start of those previously announced for 2020 that I have found or been sent an email about.
The requirements to make this list are simple… KIF… keep it free. Your event must be free… no book purchases, no magazines to be purchased, no pattern purchases. The pattern for the block of the event must be free for a long enough period of time to allow people to download it.. This time period is normally a month’s time.
And here is the list… Click the images to visit the sites…
As new events start during the year, I do update this list and I normally post about it. If you know of an event I’ve missed or wish to let me know about an event such as these, please write me here.
This year has some bloggers who haven’t done an event for a while, so it’s very nice to see them come back to entertain us with there artistry, their knowledge, and their fun creations.
Please take the time to comment on their blog posts. A simple thank you goes a long way. Just stopping in and downloading the block is not cool. You can’t imagine the sheer joy it brings that someone took the time to say thank you.
I am an affiliate of the above companies when you click one of these links and purchase something, I earn a little bit of a commission with it. I use this money to help maintain my website and offer my free patterns to you. Every little bit helps, thank you so much for clicking and for your support. I don’t just offer up these brands to you I actually use their products and shop at these places. I would never partner with someone whose products I didn’t use.
Please remember it takes 2 minutes to comment, please say Thank You, whether you downloaded a free pattern, read a tutorial, or just learned something new. It takes time for people to write a post, take pictures, make a project or even write a pattern.
Let them know you appreciate it.
If your comment doesn’t show up after you post it, it’s most likely gone to the spam folder. I will see it and approve it, unfortunately, it just means something about your email address caught my spam filter’s eye.