Beya's Backyard Crochet Club--May 2007

This is a mock issue of Beya's Backyard Crochet Club. To subscribe to this eZine crochet magazine, or to ask questions, please refer to the CONTACT ME page.
Also, check back often because each month I will change this site to show pictures of patterns that will be offered in the upcoming magazine. Also, you can read tidbits of information, on upcoming interviews, as well as other information you won't want to miss.


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Beya’s Backyard Crochet Club is a new, monthly, online, down-to-earth ezine with lots of information and easy to understand patterns and instructions concerning crochet. We are ready to ePublish our second issue. As our membership grows, so will Beya’s Backyard and we want you to be a part of something that’s sure to grow fast. It has already exceed my expectations. Everyday offers new and interesting adventures for BBCC and I can't wait to see what tomorrow brings.


BBCC is just $12.99 for one year, or save with a 2-year subscription for $24.00 . And now, you can purchase BBCC one month at a time. By doing so, the individual issue sells for $2.50.


You can make payment by check or PayPal (preferred). You can get a free PayPal account at  


Payment information:

1)      For PayPal users, within 24 hours of emailing me, I’ll send you an easy-to-follow request for your subscription payment.

2)     Check payers will be sent an address to mail their payment to: you will, then, hear from us within seven-ten business days after we receive your payment.


Next you’ll receive an email with your links to the BBCC ezine.


In each issue of Beya’s Backyard Crochet Club you’ll read editorials, members mail/email, feedback from subscribers; such as yourself. You’ll also find contests, games, original patterns (a minimum of one pattern in a beginner/easy skill level and one in an intermediate/advanced skill level. PLUS you’ll find at least one filet pattern. That’s a minimum of three patterns), and much, much more.


Most crochet club magazines (and we all know there’s only a few) offer approximately ten patterns per issue. But, that’s $4.95 per issue and they’re published only every other month. With BBCC you’ll get at least 3 patterns per issue for $12.99 per year. That’s an average price of just over $1.00 per issue. So, sign up today.

You may ask, "Why another crochet magazine, and why online?". Well, the answer is simple. Frankly, I've noticed that crochet magazine pickin's are getting pretty scarce out there. I can't tell you how many times I've gone to the craft store/book store/magazine rack and found only ONE crochet magazine...IF any were found at all. I'm sure you've experienced the same dissatisfaction. Knitting magazines are everywhere but crochet magazines are dwindling. Many times I've told my sister, " I just feel that I need to sit down and design a new crochet magazine." The way that I see it is 'if I'm not happy then I know I'm not the only one who's unhappy with this turn of events in the 'crochet magazine' department.
And while it's true that you can find a lot of patterns online, they seem to get old when you keep running into the same patterns. So, I'm offering FRESH, ORIGINAL, FUN patterns. And the great thing about it is that there'll always be someone available to help you with a pattern if you're having difficulty.
BBCC started small, but we're growing fast and the reason is clear:  subscribers receive patterns that are 'top shelf' so that you'll be excited and can hardly wait for the next issue to be available to read online. This is one magazine that will encourage you to finish up your WIP's so that you can start on one of the new projects that you'll find in the next issue.
I want to thank you in advance for helping to keep a wonderful craft alive and well.
AKA: Beya
PS Do the world a good service by passing your crocheting skill along to others.

Table of Contents
Here you'll see a list of what is in each section/page of Beya's Backyard eMagazine.

In this area, I might include links to specific pages of my e-zine, perhaps with a short summary of the content in order to draw readers in.


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