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Friday, June 4, 2021

Introduction

Hello everyone! I welcome you warmly to my new blog, Adventures into Anatomical Crochet. I plan for this to be a blog full of interesting patterns relating to many aspects of science, but particularly biology (which, lets be fair, has the most interesting looking things of all the sciences). I am particularly interested in anatomy, and have lots of (possibly slightly crazy) ideas of things I want to make and post patterns for.

My name is L and I am a university student currently studying biomedical electronic engineering. I have been crocheting for about 5 years, and designing patterns for almost as long. This is my second blog - my first, dippycatcrochet, is much more varied (feel free to go check it out if you're interested in seeing some non-anatomical crochet), and I hope I will be able to apply all the things I have learnt through that process to this blog.

I plan to include fun facts about all of the pattern I publish, to try to inform people more about science, because I think science is really really cool. I'm also planning to include links to interesting videos where you can find out more about each topic (a large proportion of which will probably be Crash Course videos because they're both entertaining and incredibly informative and I'm a big fan) 

I welcome any feedback about this blog: whether its interesting, whether the level of detail is too much/ too little, what you around like to see more/ less of. You can contact me by leaving a comment below, or via my Instagram or Ravelry page. If you want a quick response (eg. if you're stuck with one of these pattern) the best bet is to send me a message on Instagram, and you should get a response the same day :)

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