I excel at knitting and have mastered many other artistic skills, but there are so many other ways of creating beautiful products that I have decided to dedicate some of my blog posts to other artists. In recent times, I have published guest posts from a large number of artists and designers who have shared their creations, skills and knowledge with my readers and I. This has turned my website into a powerhouse of art and design and I will continually strive to bring my readers the very best in knitting, arts and crafts.

The number of people seeking inspiration on the internet keeps on growing and the need for good blog posts has never been greater. If you are a handcrafter and run your own website and blog, please get in touch and consider having a guest post published on my website. Novice blogger submissions are also most welcome.

Submitting a Guest Post is Easy

If you are interested in having a guest post published on my website, please contact me using the form below. I would like to stress that I welcome posts from professionals and hobby artists and even from those who think of themselves as talentless! As soon as I receive your submission, I proceed to read it and reply with comments and feedback. Some bloggers have also contacted me prior to writing a post to discuss titles and topics in advance and you may proceed in this fashion too. The blogging process is also a creative pursuit and I enjoy co-creating inspiring blog posts. The editing process will give us the opportunity to get to know each other and further exchange ideas and learn from each other. Those who have been previously published or run renowned blogs or websites are also invited to share their tips and knowledge and can simply submit a completed post. When you get in touch to submit a post, make sure to include as much information about yourself and your art so that I can get a good image of who you are and what you do.

Topics and Titles

As this is a knitting and artistry website, I like to stick to relevant topics such as:

  • Knitting
  • Painting
  • Photography
  • Basket Weaving
  • Paper-mâché
  • Crochet
  • Scrapbooking
  • Leather Carving
  • Floral Design
  • Home Decorating
  • Macramé
  • Sewing
  • Arts
  • Interesting Events
  • Crafting News

Novice bloggers would probably like to get an idea of what a blog post title might look like, and I have therefore crafted a few possible headings:

  • How to Encourage Your Kids to Be Creative
  • How My Granny Taught me the Art of Crochet
  • Making Your Home Stunning With Handmade Arts and Crafts

Don’t Forget to Include Photographs

Knitting and arts and craft blog posts are always better with photographs, after all, we are in the visual arts! Putting your stunning creations up on my website for the whole world to see, will be my pleasure!

What a Guest Blog Post Will Do For You

When you have a guest post published on my site, you will reap a series of rewards. Firstly, you will be known by thousands of new readers who may not have been aware of you and your wonderful work. Secondly, you make a name as a published blogger and enhance your writing career. Lastly, you may enjoy sharing your knowledge and wisdom! In any case, the spotlight will be on you and your work and we will make sure that readers will find out about you and be directed to your website.

My Readers and I Will Be Thrilled

Guest posts raise the quality of my website and provide my readers with a broader view of the world of arts and crafts, teach them new skills and bring them inspiring ideas. The reaction to guest posts has been thoroughly positive and readers have enjoyed and valued the contributions of guest bloggers.

An Afterthought for the Those Who Think Themselves Talentless

I haven’t met at talentless person yet, every single person I have taught, ended up creating uniquely beautiful things, and if you think you possess no skills, tell us your story and perhaps you’ll accidentally stumble upon your gift.

Contact Details For Guest Submissions

Please get in touch by using the contact form below, I look forward to hearing from you!