The Cottage Notebook is a personal lifestyle and craft blog with a niche following which you can meet over on Instagram. We are fearless creative women (and 9% men) who like a slower paced, creative life and enjoy nature and gardening. Many of us are parents and are balancing work, children and finding time for ourselves. Any of the yarn, stationary, places to visit or recommendations you find on this blog are of my own choosing and are things that I love myself.

 

In 2017 I started working on a few collaborations and sponsored content which you can find below. My work has been featured in Simply Crochet, Stolenstitches.com, OlannAnd and This is Knit. I also have collaborated with Woollinn, Dublin’s Festival of Yarn as both a photographer and panel Q&A host. If you are interested in working with me please head over to my business As Yet Unwritten were I work as a Virtual Assistant with freelance writing, photography and social media services. You can see some of my previous work below:

 

Collaborations & Sponsored Content

Bealtaine – Carol Feller & Woollinn Dublin

The Bealtaine shawl is a collaboration with Irish Knitwear Designer Carol Feller and Woolinn, Dublin. This was a fun cross-platform project with blog posts, social media and photography. You can find pattern information here.

Legendary Shawls 2- Aoibhe Ni

Legendary Shawls  2 is an ongoing collaboration with Irish Crochet designer Aoibhe Ni providing featured and support photography for her design collection. Currently, Nuada is available here and Macha is here.

 

Reef Breeze & London Spires Collection – JST Knitwear Designs

These collaborations are with Irish Knitwear designer Jennifer Shiels Toland providing featured and support photography for her design collection. You can find Reef Breeze pattern information here and the London Spires Collection here.

 

The Fibre Co. – Cumbria

This is one of my favourite sponsored posts to date. I have a special place in my life for The Fibre Co. yarns and they provided yarn support for these beautiful images. You can see the blog post that went with these images here and there are a number of Instagram posts here.

 

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