Crochet Stationery by Stationery Geek…Unboxing, Review, and Giveaway!

I have a fabulous review & giveaway for you today lovelies! The folks at Stationery Geek sent me a package full of goodies and I can wait to share them with all of you…they’re so much fun!  Be sure to scroll down for a chance to win a copy of the Crochet Project Bible too!

Check out my unboxing of everything here:

(Can’t see the video?  Click here!)

Stationery Geek is a company based out of the UK that offers a full range of paper items and stationery for all occasions.  They sent me some of the crochet stuff (yay!) but there are things for wedding, fitness, knitting, crafting, quilting, kids, and lots more.

Check out these super cute gift tags and pencils…

I also love their yarn ball stickers in a rainbow of colors…so much fun!

Perhaps my most favorite thing of all is the awesome Crochet Project Bible…this handy book will help get all of those projects under control.  There’s space for all of the important information like yarn used, hook size, and sizing for example.  Plus lots of graph paper for planning and charting too.  I especially like the area to include a small snippet of yarn used for the project…so handy!

Now is you chance to win a copy of your own! Enter to win using the Rafflecopter below (sometimes it takes a moment to load). Giveaway ends February 28th and is open worldwide. Now go, go, go, and enter!!!

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Extra special thanks to Stationery Geek for this giveaway!  I received items shown in the photos to review…all options are my own.

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© Jennifer Dickerson 2017

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28 thoughts on “Crochet Stationery by Stationery Geek…Unboxing, Review, and Giveaway!

  1. Hi Jennifer,
    having watched your video on the Stationery-geek and i am just wondering whether those little coloured stickers are for you matching colours up when you are out to what you need for a project or again for matching or seeing which match when you are looking at supplies for a project so that you get the correct colour and don't end up with warm tones in a cool tone project or likewise? What a great idea and oh boy do i know about the counting stitches and being interrupted, argggghhhh especially when you have a few 100's of stitches on your needles because you decided to make that stunning shawl that you always wished you had made for your own children. Thank you flower for showing us
    crafty hugs
    Norah (Glenochil Village, Scotland)

  2. This is so cool. I am definitely going to take a look at what they have to offer. Thanks for all your hard work and inspiration.

  3. My favorite thing is the quirky tags from stationary geek and your fàmily throw. The adds are making difficult to write this post.

  4. I am so desperate to win this. I am a busy teacher who loves crochet and planning. Last week I finally finished my coastal ripple blanket after 'only' 2 years. I have now started my cosy stripe blanket and am setting an aspirational timescale of 23 months!!! Hopefully winning this will help me smash that target.

  5. Fantastic! I love taking notes in a small notebook, so this bible would be a great addition to my craft arsenal!

  6. hiya, first actual thing I crocheted was from your blog – a ruffle scarf for my mother in law's birthday 3 years ago… now I find it hard to remember a time I didn't have several projects on the go!!! This book would be amazing to keep track of everything 🙂

  7. Oh my goodness. Yarn ball stickers ������. I'm loving this whole set. Stationary and crochet…two of my favorite things!

  8. My favorite item has to be the crochet tags! They're so hilarious and adorable and I already know who I would use them with!

  9. This stationary is so great. I am a beginner crotcheter and it would help me keep notes on patterns that I am learning so much easier.

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