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Too Yarn Cute eMag - Review - Just For Baby Issue 2014

I am so happy to be able to review this eMag for you all! Too Yarn Cute Crochet eMag is quickly becoming my favorite online subscription. With every issue it gets better and I am just giddy to be able to tell you about the issue that has just been released, the Just For Baby Issue!!!!



First off let's get all the technical stuff out of the way. I was not paid to do this review, the only compensation I received was the eMag issue itself so that I could look through it and let you know what I think. This is my true and honest opinion.

The Just For Baby Issue of Too Yarn Cute Crochet eMag is FULL of wonderful patterns. There isn't one in this issue that I would look twice at and maybe not spend money on. I want them all!!! That being said, it is such a great bargain to get 13 patterns for $4.99. I would say the average price for a single pattern on Ravelry is in that ballpark isn't it? And you get 13 patterns in the magazine.


In addition to all those fabulous patterns the magazine features a designer in each issue. This time it is Sandy's Cape Cod Originals. Such a fabulous designer and I don't know about you but getting to know the designer behind the business it sort of like getting to know a celebrity for me. I love hearing people talk about themselves and their interests. Makes their designs come to life a little more for me. I love it!

Plus Too Yarn Cute Crochet Magazine offers articles that can help with crochet techniques. This issue has an article about how to get a knit look with crochet and also a special fundraiser to help a family in need.

All of the buttons are clickable so you can instantly be taken to the designers Etsy or Facebook to see what other patterns they have available or to easily become a fan and watch for up coming designs.

The layout is simple, and all of the patterns are tested for accuracy. I don't know about you but I hate spending money on a pattern that doesn't make sense. 

Here is my favorite pattern in the whole issue. I am a SUCKER for infant clothes. Everything is so much cuter when it's mini size! I just love it!!!! It is the Mackenzie Dress designed by Scrappin Magic Crochet.



Here is a LINK to purchase a copy of the Too Yarn Cute Crochet eMag Just For Baby Issue if you would like to go get one for yourself. I promise you won't be sorry! 

For information on up coming issues you can follow Too Yarn Cute Crochet Magazine on FACEBOOK as well.

Hope you all are having a great beginning to your week!
Be Happy!

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  1. WOW! Thank you SO much! I'm still new at all of this designing stuff and am honored that my pattern is your favorite! Looks like I have my work cut out for me!

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    1. You're welcome! It really is a beautiful dress!! :) You're really talented.

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