Crochet Inspirations Newsletter

UPDATE: I redesigned my website and its newsletter section.

(Below is an earlier version.)


Since September 2010 I've been publishing a popular, information-rich crochet newsletter once or twice a month. 

This is issue #48,
"Diagonal Tunisian Crochet Discovery"
As of January 2016 I've produced 75 issues and have thousands of subscribers! More people subscribe daily.

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The newsletter also has its own Facebook page where you can see additional links, images, and comments. 
In the bottom right corner of each newsletter issue, you can click "Like" to see its updates in Facebook.

My three goals for Vashti's Crochet Inspirations Newsletter:

1. To say something new about crochet. I love exploring and thinking about crochet stitches and techniques. It's a journey for me and I welcome companions. My strongest motivation while serving on the board of directors for the Crochet Guild of America was CGOA's mission statement: furthering the growth and development of my beloved crochet. 
#44 "Dainty Eyelets for Winter Lace,"
a popular recent issue.

2. To share my different kinds of crochet developments all in one place with quick updates. For example when I: 
  • Publish a new downloadable crochet pattern, e-book, etc;
  • Write a new post at any of my four crochet blogs such as this one;
  • Create a new stitch video or step by step photo tutorial;
  • Offer a crochet class in person or online;
  • Am interviewed, win an award, etc.;
  • Find important news about crochet that I think we should all know about.

3. To offer crocheters an exciting alternative to those newsletters in my inbox that are really just advertisements to delete!  
Issue #16
"Flavor Burst" Crochet
My vision for a newsletter that's worth MY time to write is: if I were a subscriber of Vashti's Crochet InspirationsI hope I'd look forward to it, and be so inspired that I pick up a crochet hook and save a print out of the issue to read again. 

As a professional crochet designer, teacher, and independent digital publisher, a newsletter lets me connect with fellow crocheters in a way that I enjoy the most (instead of gunking up the internet with more advertising and fake content LOL!).

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