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        1) Every Sunday a new crochet Prompt or Challenge will be posted. In addition, a Mission will be posted on the first day of each month, and possibly within any given month.
        2) Copy the Prompt/Challenge/Mission to your own blog with your response then come back here and leave your link in the comments of the appropriate topic so everyone will know where to find it.
        3) If you don't have a blog, why not start one? Or you can just post your response here.
        4) You don't have to participate in every post. Do the ones you want. Backtrack if you wish. 5) If you have any comments about this site and/or suggestions for a prompt/challenge, click on the "Share Your Ideas" tab and use the form to send it.

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November Challenge

November is the month for NaNoWriMo. If you haven’t heard about it, NaNo is a month-long novel writing experience. You start writing your novel on the first of the month, and the idea is to have a 50,000+ word novel by the end of the month. To find out more, go to their web site: NaNoWriMo.org.

With the challenge of writing a novel, I thought it would be fitting to challenge those who are participating in NaNo to somehow incorporate crocheting into their story. It can be a crocheter, or maybe something crocheted such as a doily–anything, as long as crochet is mentioned.

To add to this challenge, crochet something to go along with your novel. Maybe it’s the doily that sat on the table of your main character. Or maybe you describe a beautiful garden: If so, you could crochet some of the flowers. Get the idea?

And if you’re not participating in NaNo, the challenge for you is to write a short story with the same ideas as above.

C’mon. We’re all creative, otherwise we wouldn’t be crocheters. Let’s see if we can get some crocheting into some writing!

Good luck!

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One Response

  1. What? No NaCroGhanMo (National Crochet an Afghan Month)? I’m disappointed. Not like I have the time to do it or anything . . . 😉

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