I'm WHOot obsessed LOL! Seriously. All of you who have been on Facebook for any more then 5 minutes have seen the cute pictures of various DIY (do-it-yourself) projects in your news feed. Then a friend re-posts a picture to your facebook page of the world's most adorable baby photo prop or gorgeous scarf, a gardening tip, or a rustic looking cup holder for the kitchen. I am not made of money so I am all about recycle, reducing, and reusing. SOMETIMES you click, the link on the picture and it takes you to another link, which then takes you to another link ect. until you find out that the pattern is written in another language and you couldn't make the project. REALLY ugh total let down.
Well REJOICE! I have found a website that cures that problem full stop! THE WHOot! http://thewhoot.com.au/ With one GLORIOUS website you can access all those DIY projects. The best part is that each and every project links back to the designer, website, company, etsy store from which that idea came. For instance this adorable sleep sack pattern which I used for a charity event and also a gift for a friend...
Is found here: http://thewhoot.com.au/whoot-news/crafty-corner/knitted-baby-cocoons. My daughter calls it "Squee" when someone squeals in delight. The baby cocoon patterns at The WHOot have a "squee" factor of about 10 :) So if you are looking for that OH SO adorable pattern that just popped up in your news feed, tweet stream, pinterest page check out The WHOot first.
I'm very grateful to "The WHOot for helping me to track down some of those adorable knitting or crocheting patterns that have turned up on facebook. So much easier than the "google image" search. :) Can't get enough WHOot? They're on Facebook too! https://www.facebook.com/TheWHOot1
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