Friday, April 11, 2014

Finally Friday Link-a-Long, Theme: Friends Around the World

Welcome, Friends, to another #LinkParty at the Go Crochet Crazy blog! These week's theme is to celebrate the wonderful friends we make in Blog Land. I've had the pleasure of "meeting" some fantastic, enthusiastic, kind, passionate, caring and encouraging women and men from countries around the world. Were it not for crochet or blogging, our paths would probably never cross. But here we are, so let's celebrate! And please know how much I appreciate each and every one of you for being a part of my life. :)

To celebrate this week's theme, I invite you to tell us what country you're living in/from in the comments. If you're like me...from one country but living in another...you can mention that, too. For those of you who don't know, I'm an American living in Germany. 

Let's Get This Party Started!

Share your blogs, Pinterest pin, or linkable image of homemade/handmade items that fall under the categories of crochet or other yarn creations, crafts, home & gardening, DIY, cooking and decor. Please keep it family friendly, and by joining the link party you give me permission to share your additions through social media venues, such as Pinterest and Twitter. Of course, you will be credited for them.

Now, let's take a look at...

Last Week's Most Popular Links






See Crochet Brio Here!



Congratulations, and grab Your "I Was Featured at Go Crochet Crazy" Button to display on your blog!



Here's the Code to Copy & Paste:


<div align="center"><a href="http://www.gocrochetcrazy.blogspot.com/" title="I Was Featured at Go Crochet Crazy"><img src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-hIiPUXdLibo/U0bmPEG3XYI/AAAAAAAAAzA/8-xl9O9hIQE/s1600/I+was+Featured.jpg" alt="I was featured at Go Crochet Crazy" style="border:none;" /></a></div>
Before I get to the Finally Friday Link-a-Long Guidelines, if you have any doubts that participating in link parties is okay, please read my blog post here. It will put your concerns to rest.

 Go Crochet Crazy Finally Friday Link-a-Long Guidelines
  1. Add links for up to three of your blog posts (not just your home page) using the ADD YOUR LINK button below.
  2. Leave a comment on two other blog posts or pins, letting them know you found them through the Go Crochet Crazy Spring Fling Link-a-Long. If you're one of the first two to the party, you can comment on the last one or two from this Link-a-Long from last week. Please feel free to comment on more, if you like. We all LOVE to get comments.
  3. Share this post through Google+, Pinterest, Twitter or Facebook...that's more exposure for everyone joining the link-a-long. **This is easy to do after linking up by clicking on one of the social media icons before you return to the party.**
  4. Let your readers know you've joined the Go Crochet Crazy Friday Link-a-Long by linking to this post on your blog. You can text link to this URL:
    http://gocrochetcrazy.blogspot.com/2014/04/finally-friday-link-long-theme-friends.html
Link-a-Long Badge Code
<div align="center"><a href="http://www.gocrochetcrazy.blogspot.com/" title="Join the fun at the Go Crochet Crazy Link-a-Long"><img src="http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-2G_ThFcVjw4/U0boyBHif5I/AAAAAAAAAzY/eFBusEtNzDs/s1600/Link-a-Long+Badge.jpg" alt="I joined the fun at the Go Crochet Crazy Link-a-Long" style="border:none;" /></a></div>
 

This Weekend I'm Linking Up With:

Crochet Addict UK "I've Made Friday"  
Create with Joy Friendship Friday 
Natasha in Oz Say G'Day Saturday
Beauty Observed Link Party 
Annemarie's Haakblog Link Party 

20 comments:

  1. Hi Mary, I'm happy to be here for the first time! I'm in the UK and I am very English, I didn't realise how much until I started blogging and found I talk about charity shops, wool and uni ! I love how the internet allows us to connect with other like minded people with such ease, even if the language we use can be a little confusing sometimes!

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  2. Hi, I was born in England but have lived almost all my life in Australia and count myself as Australian.

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  3. Hi Mary, I live in New York very close to New York City! I love living in NY and I love traveling. Thanks for the party and have a nice weekend.
    Julie

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  4. Hi Mary. I live in the north of england UK now but am originally from London.

    :)

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  5. Hello. I'm Renee from Florida. Thank you for this party!

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  6. Thanks for hosting, Mary--how cool to live in Germany! I went there once with my parents a long time ago, and I would love to visit again someday. I'm in the US, but it's great to get to know bloggers from around the world! :)

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  7. Happy Friday Mary. Thanks again for hosting this Link-up Party and letting us all join.
    Well I am Erika and I am a German born and raised middle aged (haha) lady living in the USA. We traded places. Currently I am living in Arkansas job-related. So that might change again soon.
    Until soon, I wish all you lovely ladies a wonderful, relaxing weekend!

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  8. Hi Mary!! I didn't realize you lived in Germany! I live in New Hampshire in the US. Born here and never left :)

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  9. Hi, Mary! Thanks for the invite to your party! :) I live in Missouri, USA

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  10. Hi! It's Stel from South Africa. Also spent a short 8 months in Brisbane. Glad to have found this new link-up!

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  11. Hi there! It's Stel from South Africa. Also lived in Aus from a very short 8 months.

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  12. Hi, thankyou so much for inviting me to link up. I've learnt to knit, your blog is inspiring me to learn to crochet too :)

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  13. Hi Mary! I was born and raised in Washington, D.C. There's a saying in DC that no one living there is from there. Well I'm here to tell you that there are some fabulous people from there and living there as well. I moved to Maryland after finishing college and now I live in Millersville, about an hours' drive from the nations' capital. Your idea is so wonderful . . . I've met some really great people from around the world by blogging.

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  14. Hi I'm Aniqua and I'm a crochet designer from New York City!

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  15. Hi I'm Aniqua and I'm a crochet designer from New York City!

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  16. Hi I'm Aniqua and I'm a crochet designer from New York City!

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  17. Hi, it´s nice to meet you all ... My name is Ilona, I'm 61 years, and I'm living in Czech Republik. I was born here too.
    But my parents were born in a part of Germany, which is now one of Poland.
    I have a profile on "Lidé.cz" (transl.: "Peoples"),...
    Unfortunately, at present it is already an old version, only for viewing photos - only until May 25, 2014,
    no longer other function...
    http://profil.lide.cz/anoli.kedarbizok/fotogalerie/#galerie
    ( http://profil.lide.cz/anoli.kedarbizok/profil/ )

    The new version is already "about nothing" ( http://www.lide.cz/muj-profil )
    I'm looking for inspiration here: http://www.pinterest.com/anolikedarbizok/

    My other hobby is genealogy

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  18. Hi Mary

    My name is Joanita and I live in South Africa :)
    http://creativecrochetworkshop.blogspot.com/

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  19. Wow! Friends from around the world. :) Thank you all for leaving a comment. It's been so much fun to see where others are at, knowing we've all connected via blog land and our hobbies and passions. :)

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  20. Hi Mary! I am Supriti Chauhan from India and I love your crochet love! Since I found your blog I have been wanting to pick up my yarn and hooks to do the same but will have wait at least a few more months...reason the temperature in this part of my country is soaring to a whopping 40+ degrees Celsius! No way I can hold the yarn and the needles... come September and I will surely join you in this crocheting journey!

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