Premier had an open call for bloggers and designers to express why they were to best fit to collaborate on our latest project. From our nationwide search, we found five bloggers that had brands that embodied the personas of our NEW yarns Luna and Rodeo. When creating our latest new yarns we strived to create narratives behind them that were inspired by the strong, resilient and vibrant women who use our products.
Our team gathered and brainstormed to create the storylines of the women that the yarns embodied. Our goal was to inspire, ignite ingenuity and showcase the work of the five remarkably talented women we collaborated with for this project. The women were given 5 weeks and 4 skeins of yarn and tasked to create their own personal designs. We want to finally reveal their finished projects.
April Turner: Founder of The Blog "Fiber Me Up"
April is the face + maker behind Fiber Me Up. April is a crochet designer + fiber artist who is currently based out of a tiny city called Port Jervis, NY - in the mid-Hudson Valley. April designed the "Bonfire Cardi" using our Premier Rodeo Yarn. You can download her pattern design free here on her blog.
Maria Weaber Founder of The Blog "Maria's Blue Crayon"
Maria shares her free crochet patterns and tutorials on her blog. Maria designed the "Hippie Dippie Vest" using our Luna yarn. You can download the free pattern here from her blog.
Elena Sandina Founder of YouTube Channel "Lenysea Crochet"
Elena began her YouTube channel in order to provide free, easily accessible and affordable pattern tutorials for everyone. Elena made three patterns that showcased how to make a lot with what you have. Elena created a market bag, crop top, and tank with our yarn Rodeo. You can access the video tutorials and much more here on her YouTube channel.
Breann Mauldin Founder of The Blog "Hooked on Homemade Happiness"
Breann is a crochet obsessed mom of three who loves to create modern fun and beautiful designs. Breann designed the "Summer Tunic". You can find her pattern design and much more here on her blog.
It was a pleasure to work with this amazing group of women. Stay tuned for the next collaborative blogger feature.