Friday, January 4, 2019

Handmade Crocheted Slippers by DawnRaeCrochet Reviewed

Handmade Crocheted Slippers by DawnRaeCrochet Reviewed
One of my favorite gifts that I received this year for Christmas was a pair of handmade crocheted slippers from DawnRaeCrochet on Etsy. 

It is true that Dawn Rae is a fellow contributor here on Review This and she is a gifted writer.  I have always thought we were very blessed to have her on our team.  However, she is equally gifted as a crocheter.  I can now personally attest to her exceptional crochet work.

I did not purchase the slippers for myself.  They were a surprise gift that I will cherish for the rest of my life.  After working with Dawn for more than 5 years, I consider her a dear friend.   Our friendship makes the slippers even more meaningful to me.  I know her hands lovingly touched and crocheted every stitch that makes up the slippers.  That is much like the bounds of friendship that are strengthened by each thread of conversation, experiences, hardships, laughter and fun.


Handmade Slippers by DawnRaeCrochet

Handmade Crocheted Slippers by DawnRaeCrochet Reviewed
My slippers are shades of blue, which is perfect for me since blue is my favorite color.  The color is beautiful and the rolls of stitches are even and tight, the thread ends are well hidden.  All of these qualities, starting with the color combination choices, are proof they were made by an experienced crocheter that also happens to be a perfectionist. 

In the world of sales and marketing, presentation is critical.  I was very impressed by the way DawnRaeCrochet packaged and shipped the slippers.  They even had a "thank you" business card tied to them with a ribbon that won't damage the stitches.  The card doesn't look like a traditional business card either since "thank you" is the prominent text.  Just another personal touch that stands out in this world of mass production!


The Gift of Handmade Crocheted Slippers


You could also give the gift of handmade crocheted slippers, even if you don't crochet.  Or treat yourself to the gift of beauty and warmth.  

DawnRaeCrochet currently has slippers available in her Etsy shoppe.  She also offers crocheted hats and blankets.  All are beautiful ways to stay warm this winter!
 






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5 comments:

  1. Sylvestermouse, how very cool that you received a toasty warm gift handmade by our talented Dawn Rae. Yarn slippers keep your toes so nice and warm and being especially created by a friend makes it even nicer.

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  2. What a really cool gift. I can picture your surprise and happiness at receiving this thoughtful gift.

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  3. Oh my gosh Sylvestermouse, what a wonderful, wonderful review. You are too sweet. I did not expect this and I'm not sure what to say... other than a huge thank you. I am thrilled that you like them so much.

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  4. Such a thoughtful gift! Handmade gifts are truly one of a kind. Love the slippers, and really love that pink and grey baby blanket, just beautiful

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  5. Oh what a wonderful gift. There is nothing like nice warm toes on these cold winter mornings. Handmade by special friends makes it that much more special. I love the things I see in Dawn's shop. All of them are really beautiful.

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