This is my 100th post. Awesome. You can find my terrible first post here. I thought a lot about what to do for my 100th post. I wanted to do something different. I finally decided to share some blogs that I love for my 100th post. It just made sense to me. I hope you check out some of these blogs.

A recent blog discovery: I recently ran across Under the Red Umbrella while looking for new sewing blogs to read. I was happy to find Katie’s blog which has knitting, sewing, and crochet.
An old favorite blog: I started reading Turtlegirl’s Bloggy Thing years ago before I had my own blog. It’s just chock full of consistently good knits and Tabby Tuesday always makes me smile.
A blog with eye candy: A Black Pepper has beautiful skillful photography in every post, but the photos of knits are what draw me in. I could just stare at this blog for ages.
A blog that found me: I found Izznit because Iz found me first. I followed a comment she left here back to her blog and discovered her beautiful colorful crafts. She recently posted some stunning pictures of her trip to Hong Kong so go check that out as well.
An inspiring blog: The Yarn Over Movement’s blog, Stay Fancy Free, has a mixture of fashionable bulky knits and stylish photos. The regular updates of project 365 photos give a sneak peak into the life of an Etsy seller and I find that motivating and inspiring when I’m working on my own designs.
A delightfully blue blog: I realized that this is a silly category but it suits Mooncalfmakes who tends to knit in cool colors. Her mixture of mostly blue projects gives her blog a calm and comfortable feeling.
A blog with an amazing variety of crafts: Since I started reading her blog, Sarah of The Student Knitter has picked up more and more crafts at an enviable speed. She decides she wants to learn embroider in one post and has started an embroidery project in the next. I’m always interested in seeing what she is going to try next.

If I didn’t mention your blog, it’s not because I don’t love it. I was just trying to show some restraint. It was hard to not make this post too long. I hope this helps you find something new to read!


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