I love to crochet small items for others to view. Being challenged and not having a great paying job I at least have found something worth while to do even if the money is not so much it's the final result of putting a smile on someone's face or even making them laugh once in a while.
It's great to have this opportunity to let others know of my daily challenges but I don't let that get in my way of reaching others online or in my daily life.
God has a plan for all of us and I have found that making crafts keeps me grounded in my life of chaos that arises some days.
If you have a disability and find that you are out of sorts with yourself, just come by here and settle in front of your screen with a great cup of coffee, browse this site as there's plenty of things to click on and do!
ENJOY THE RIDE!.
I have noticed that there are other crochet hubs and wasn't sure about posting my own...Is this okay? or should I delete it? A little help would be appreciated as I am new to this site.
Having a bit of trouble reading the small print too.
Patriciarose, post your hubs, I'll be watching for them.
awe, thank you for your support as there's so much to see hear and that can give me an anxiety attack...just taking it baby steps to get familiar with this site. I have a personal site that I created and not sure whether to put my link here or not...let me know as I can give you the name and then you can check it out if you want.
I read some of the rules and regulations but they make everything on the internet so darn long, give a short version, or quick notes and I would be a happy camper.
No Patricia, you should not put any self promotional stuff here in the forums. It is frowned upon and at times even deleted. Neither should you post your sites etc. into the fan mail that you leave for hubbers. You can however add all the information about your site on your profile page.
Also remember that your hubs are not to be just advertising for selling your crafts or products of your site.
Thank you for your reply ZsuzyBee. It's good to know this with the help of other hubbers. I will keep this in mind but if I posted my site in a reply and it went through, would i be band from the HubPages site?
Do they give some less consequences for new comers to the site?
I don't think that you will be banned from hubpages for posting your sites in comments. However what can happen though is that the hubber in whose comment box you've added your sites will consider it a spammy post and most likely will delete it... Blow your horn, advertise your sites to your hearts content on your profile page but do not try to sell your stuff in the forums, in your hubs and definitely not in the postings of other hubbers.
I hope this answers your question
Just wanted to shout out to some of my crocheting friends on this page. Lets Keep the crocheting hubs coming!
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