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Ok, so here is my crazy idea.  I’ve been thinking about it some more over the last several days and trying to work out some of the details.  I still don’t have it completely planned out, but here is a rough idea of what I’ve been thinking about.

I really need to get my butt in gear and design some more patterns.  I thought the best way to do that is to come up with some sort of challenge for myself.  But the problem being, if I don’t tell anyone about it, then it’s not really a challenge and I can completely ignore it and I’m right back where I started.

That led to Emily’s Crazy Dishcloth Challenge, or something like that.  I’ll work on the name.  The challenge will be something like this:

I will try to see how many days in a row I can add a new pattern to my website.  The basic rule being that I need to add one pattern to the website sometime within a day.  So if I have two patterns to add and I put one up before midnight and one after midnight, then I’m counting it.  It’s my challenge, so I can make up the crazy rules.  I may even break them slightly, so long as I can keep up the general average of one per day. I will post semi-daily updates here on the blog.

Now here’s where my dishcloth fans come in.  Ok, so maybe I don’t have fans, but I will need cheerleaders.  Every seven days, anyone who has posted a nice little encouraging comment on the blog, will get their name thrown into a hat.  I will draw out a winning name and that person will win all of the patterns for that week for free.  And then the contest resets for the next seven days.  And I keep going until I run out of steam, until life gets too busy, or until I run out of planned ideas (which I have close to 100 right now so I don’t think that’s going to be the problem!).  I’m still trying to think of something to do at the end of the whole thing.  Maybe a special pattern for all my cheerleaders.

What do you think?  I won’t start right away.  I still have to get the September Free pattern up, and I want to run a KAL for the October pattern.  I’m thinking that after that KAL finishes, then I can start the challenge.  Besides, that will give me a little time to try to get a few patterns stockpiled. LOL

So if you don’t think it’s too crazy, watch this space for the start of the challenge and get ready to be a cheerleader for me.  A quick note will get your name in and you can win some patterns.  I’ll let you know when it starts.