New Website!

 

If you have been following Fiat Fiber Arts you may have noticed some changes.  Thanks to all the excellent sales of the Chloe Kim Olympic Hat, I was able to purchase domain and hosting for a year for this website!  The next step is to monetize it by getting some ads on it.  I know ads don’t seem like a fun addition to a website, but it’s a fact of life for bloggers.  I hope to generate enough revenue through the ads that the blog hosting will be self sustainable.  Additional revenue could go toward continued free patterns available on the blog and possibly more features.

Welcome!!!  If you’re new or even if you aren’t, please click around and let me know how things look.  Be sure to click the NEWSLETTER link on the upper right of the page (when viewed on the computer) and join the newsletter.  For March, you get a coupon code to get a free beanie pattern from Ravelry.  Remember, following the blog, and joining the newsletter are two different things.  You can do both!

New Features:  Did you see the ravelry button, too?  That’s a direct link to my shop page on Ravelry.  I also have a new Testimonials page where my clients are leaving a note about their experience working with me as an editor.

If you find any links that don’t work, please please, leave a comment here telling me what you found.

I can’t wait to move forward on some of my projects.  In the works I have 2 ebooks of handbag patterns, a sweater, a cowl in the 2s2tog series, and something with sari silk.  I just love the idea of sari silk and the colors, but it’s a bit different to stitch and do justice to the coloring.

Thank you for being here and reading thus far.  Thank you for supporting my family and my fiat.  Thank you for your patience as I continue to learn and grow in this field.

  1. Nilda Hernandez says:

    Congratulations!

  2. Linda Dacy says:

    Congratulations!! Such a nice website.

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