National Crochet Month Blog Tour

The annual NatCroMo blog tour is back! For those that are newer to crochet #natcromo stands for National Crochet Month. They’re featuring designers, teachers, and hobbyists, and I’m super excited to be one of the designers they’re featuring!

For those that found me via the blog tour, my name is Kristine Mullen. I am a homeschooling mother of 6 children (1 boy and 5 girls) ages 27, 18, 17, 15, 12, and 10.

My designing career began in 2007 when a friend had a preemie at 30 weeks gestation. I couldn’t find a pattern I wanted to make for her new baby, so I created my own. I fell in love with designing and it started me on this amazing journey! Since that time my passion has evolved into tech editing. Those two areas are now the focal points of my business; providing you with easy to read patterns and tech editing for publishers and self-published/indie designers.


Today is my day on the National Crochet Month blog tour


I’m also celebrating my business anniversary today!

Sometime it’s hard to believe I’ve been designing since 2007. It’s been a roller coaster journey at time, one I don’t regret for a minute, and I’m so grateful to all those who have encouraged me, purchased my patterns, and cheered me on. Thank you, thank you, thank you!



To help celebrate crochet during National Crochet Month (and encourage you to make something for yourself while you may be at home for a while), I’m offering the Pemberley Sweater for free for a limited time. Discount code will be available through March 18, 2020 @ midnight EST – Use promo code NATCROMO at checkout.


I’m also having my annual anniversary sale! You can place an order in either my Etsy or Ravelry shops and receive 60% OFF your entire purchase (no limit or minimum).

Use coupon code ANNIVERSARY at checkout.

Terms: Please make sure discount applies before paying. Refunds will not be issued because Paypal charges me a fee for refunds. Thank you for understanding. Coupon code is good through March 20th at midnight EST.

Blog Tour

If you’d like to read my interview on Crochetville’s website you can read it here. Enjoy the rest of the blog tour!

Happy Crocheting!

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