Friday, November 9

Crochet holiday wherefore art thou?

With all of my new found business and personal relationships in the crochet industry I really want to send out holiday cards with a crochet twist. You'd think they would be so easy to find what with the growing crochet trend over the last few years. But, alas, I find that amongst all of the knit and fiber cards out there crochet themed paper goods are hard to find.
I do like this one, but it's not perfect.
Anyone hip to some crochet related holiday themed paper goodies?

ETA: Feel free to post links!

8 comments:

Ellen Bloom said...

Time to have your clever photo-Dad create a card using some of your creations, My Dear!

Megan said...

That's a good idea - I may have to talk to Mr. Graphic Design Granholm.

Brianna said...

I saw the Letterpress card before, but I agree it's...lacking. I love the simplicity, but I don't want to see, or send out, crochet cards with doilies.

Maybe I'm a snob. :/

hook & needle said...

You could check out Knitterella's etsy shop. Most of her stuff is more knit than crochet, but some of the cards (in particular the scarf and shrug notecard sets) could work for holiday crochet cards.

http://www.knitterella.com/

Julie said...

Thanks for the link, Hook & Needle. I like her work and especially the gift tags. My business is specifically crochet and while I recognize that many people knit as well as crochet. I really want crochet holiday cards.

Blaze LaFlame said...

this is a shameless plug but might fit what you want:
http://www.cafepress.com/whitelionshop

Robin

patti haskins said...

I just now have discovered your blog so I'm a little late for comments on this post. Here's more self hype, I have a card available for purchase at Moo.com of some of my crocheted critters creatively photoshopped into a chorus singing holiday greetings.
Love your blog!
http://www.moo.com/link/9v8y

Lady Mcgowan said...

I really like your flower. May I make it to go on a headband that I crochet to sell for a church fundraiser?