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Q: Can I submit content to you?
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If you are a knitting/crochet/yarncrafting blogger or teacher who would like to submit a proposal to us, please be sure to include links to sample blog posts, your social media stats, and a list of a few topics that you may want to write about. Please note that due to the volume of submissions, we will only contact you if we are interested in your proposal.