Get to Know Berroco: How to Share Your FOs

If you ask me, there’s nothing more inspiring than seeing a Berroco finished object being modeled by its maker. It makes me think “Ooh, I could use a cozy sweater like that” or “I never thought of using that yarn with that pattern.” And I know I’m not the only one. That’s why these are my favorite kinds of posts to share on our social media pages. 

Of course, I can’t share these pictures without your help! Want to know what we’re looking for?

  • a simple, full photo of a you modeling your finished object


  • a simple, full photo of the finished object alone (we know some FOs are gifts & some knitters/crocheters are shy)
  • your first name (you deserve credit for all that hard work)
  • the pattern name & link (if possible)
  • the Berroco yarn(s) you used

How do you let me know about your finished object?

1. Post the photo/information to Berroco’s Facebook page

I’ve included step-by-step pictures  for anyone who’s less technologically savvy.

2. Post the photo/information to your Facebook page & link to Berroco

Repeat the steps above on your Facebook page and be sure to include “@BerrocoYarn” in the text.

Type "@BerrocoYarn" & select our page from drop down list
Type “@BerrocoYarn” & select our page from drop down list

3. Tweet the photo/information to @berrocodesign

Again, same basic process, but add “@berrocodesign” in text.

Add "@berrocodesign" in your text
Type “@berrocodesign” in your text


Let me know if you have any other questions. I look forward to see your Berroco finished objects, after all, I can always use more project ideas!

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