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  1. Another christening blanket!
    4 points
  2. Today we say how Thankful we are for what we have. We have our turkey and stuffing with all the trimmings. After this year we should remember those who are no longer with us and those who have just joined the family. I am thankful for my family and friends here at the Ville. Enjoy your day and I send this wish to you. HAPPY THANKSGIVING.
    3 points
  3. Just finished the purple and white edging bowl. Textured sides created with sc/dc alternating stitches. Started on a red. Using up some more stash yarn 😁. Haven’t quite decided what each will hold. Candy, nuts, tangerines? These will be given as Christmas gifts along with the gift mason jar recipes.
    3 points
  4. This was Halloween at JC Wyatt house in St Joseph MO. People made reservations tonight for next year.
    3 points
  5. I made an infinity scarf for my soon to be 28 yo goddaughter. I used a V stitch and a Caron cake...
    2 points
  6. Still recovering from this weekend.... This MeMe is TIRED
    2 points
  7. Pretty bowls! I like the useful handmade items PS The pumpkins in the background look lovely too!
    2 points
  8. Love the blanket. Babies look so precious with handmade blankets at Christenings. makes it seem they are wrapped in love .
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  9. Finished the red one. Used 3strands of sport weight on this one. Have enough for one maybe 2.
    2 points
  10. What a neat idea for treats and nice work. I did something similar for fruit bowls a few years ago and included a plastic tray (that go under flower pots to catch water) in each that I got at Home Depot in the garden dept.
    2 points
  11. These are my latest four afghans. Will be given to Warm Up America.
    2 points
  12. I wanted to share my fall decorations. The forest scene and knitted brown fox are made by my aunt. I bought woodpeckers on the craft fair. I made pumpkins and smiling toadstools. Happy Fall! 🦊 🍁 🍄🎃
    2 points
  13. Good Morning everyone. Lea, sounds like a fun time, but if the testosterone gets to much grab the girls and go for a day of girly things. Tell the guys they are on their own. I learned long ago not to cook with salt. I use it very little on anything. But yes some things need salt, but Mrs. Dash is a good substitute. Ok the crochet bug is back. I am making an afghan with Winnie the Pooh on it holding a sunflower. My daughter loves Winnie and I have had this graph forever. Well, have a fun day.
    2 points
  14. 3 year olds can be unpredictable...it's a shame. Bailey, your outfits are soooo cute! The last doll with the dark hair reminded me of a doll I has when I was little...my youngest brother pulled out the hair! As you can tell, so many years later and I still can't forget.
    2 points
  15. That sounds like a nice day for you Reni. We had our Turkey dinner on Wednesday. On Thursday we had turkey sandwiches. I am Turkeyed out. Just working on my afghan, and chilling.
    1 point
  16. Love it! Hope you and hubby had a great day too.
    1 point
  17. Happy Thanksgiving!! Mary Jo your table is beautiful.
    1 point
  18. Happy Thanksgiving. Mary Jo after the year you have had I am happy to see that you decorated your table.
    1 point
  19. This is the last week of the month so please post WTD and YTD scores on Saturday. It's hard to believe the year is so close to being over. Happy Thanksgiving! I'm so thankful for my family and friends, our good health and all the good fortune in our lives.
    1 point
  20. 🦃 Happy Thanksgiving, Mary Jo and family. Thanks for sharing your Festive table decorations.
    1 point
  21. happy thanksgiving to you and your hubby, Mary Jo your table is lovely
    1 point
  22. I've been using the hard plastic pencil cases that you often see on sale during the back to school sales. They can sit open when I have them on a table and they stay shut and protected if I slide them into a travel bag. They can store hooks, scissors, safety pins, etc.
    1 point
  23. Thanks! I'm excited to make them. I just got the yarn and eyes for them. Although the Mandalorian doesn't require eyes. I have to admit, KnitPicks Shine Sport Yarn is expensive for how little yarn you get. But it seems high quality.
    1 point
  24. Thank you. I'm wearing it today. Rainy start and chill in the air, in the house. Just right.
    1 point
  25. Wow Diana! That turned out beautiful.
    1 point
  26. Sounds exactly like how it was at my MIL's EVERY holiday! My MIL was Irish so she threw in a few of her traditions too like stuffed cabbage and Irish Stew among other things. It was always a feast. St Paddy's day was her favorite for food. Here's my take on a joke for Thanksgiving Day! Maybe I should do this Thursday! Turkey Tan Lines- LOL
    1 point
  27. Another nice looking cardi.
    1 point
  28. Looking forward to seeing it!
    1 point
  29. Pam, that is so pretty! Love the colors. That technique has been on my to-do list for a while.
    1 point
  30. I finished my Tunisian Crochet Entralac scarf—what a fun technique! I swear, I want to try an afghan with it. Anyway, no skeins used up this week, so: WTD = 0
    1 point
  31. Lil Cutesies Christmas Footed Pj's The Christmas project is coming along. To quote Miracle on 34th Street "I ain't never been a Macy's shopper..." I never shop at Macy's but I've been looking for the Barbie dolls and I wanted some of the Lil Cutesies sets that came with cars, etc. and oddly enough I got really great prices at Macy's and they had some of the sets for the Lil Cutesies I couldn't get at Amazon, Walmart, or Target. I got several Barbies that had sold out at Walmart cheaper than Walmart had sold them at when I looked. There selection isn't as huge as some of the oth
    1 point
  32. Welcome to the 'ville! Is this pattern on the internet, or is there a picture of what the end product looks like? By 'loops' I assume you mean stiches. 20 stitches across sounds like a child size item? (unless it's using chunky yarn, perhaps). But, for a neckline, the proportion sounds reasonable to me to have 5 shoulder stitches on each side, and, a gap of 10 stitches in the middle for the neck opening--assuming this is either the front or the back, the other piece is the same or more stitches for the neck opening (often the back head opening is straight across, and the front has a bi
    1 point
  33. So this looks like it could be the last of the 2021 donation outfits. I've started working on the Christmas present dolls and then I've promised some Barbies that I'll work on in between making stuff for 2022. It's fitting that I ended the year with one of Darski's patterns. My Life Claret
    1 point
  34. Another of Darski's Patterns My Life Harriet
    1 point
  35. Very nice idea and very practical too.
    1 point
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  37. Eye candy. Love them all.
    1 point
  38. Granny Square good to see your take on this. My thoughts exactly on this being another poorly written pattern. I was wondering if Rc was referring to a color or even wondering if they meant right side. Or is it row/round followed by a typo? If 5 inc meant to make 2 dc in each of next 5 stitches that would give us 10 stitches made. 1 sc in same stitch would give us 1 more so up to 11. Are we working in the round or back and forth?
    1 point
  39. You are amazing and a blessing for all the generous and kind donations you make!
    1 point
  40. Hello from Mississippi! Both projects are very pretty.
    1 point
  41. Hello, I'm looking for this doily and the name. Any help will be appreciated. Sorry about the Halloween decorations. Thank you, Y.Marie
    1 point
  42. Happy Halloween!!🎃 Last year we had a significant number of trick or treaters I believe because some of the surrounding towns cancelled. Going to put up the candy shoot we used last year when people were pushing for touch less distribution. Lots of people just left out bowls but many kids just grabbed the candy and there was nothing for the kids that came later. The dogs much preferred being outside seeing everything to having the doorbell constantly ring. It's been pouring all week and cold but in the 60's today with sun so it should be a nice night for the kids. Not like
    1 point
  43. Welcome to the 'ville! I have seen patterns identify which side is the right side (public facing) after the first row, something like "chain x, turn. Row 1 (right side), blah blah". It doesn't mean to DO anything, it's just to keep track of the right side and wrong for some reason. I think saying 'ws' (wrong side) before the chain is odd, but I would interpret this to mean the first row made after the chain is the wrong side. I always put a stitch marker on side it mentions, when a pattern identifies a right and wrong side. A safety pin works well for this, it's a type of marker
    1 point
  44. I was guessing that you were making the bill; doing what I described would make a double thick bill, and I must have over-edited and deleted the part that said that, sorry! Is row 20 the last round, or is there more after that? Because if this is a beanie with a bill, it looks 'about done'. Orienting myself, the bill is facing the palm of your hand. The lateral side makes more sense now - pretty sure it means work into the sides of rows, because you are in row 20 and it's talking about stitches in the 14th row. However, you can't work FLO into the sides of rows, there are no
    1 point
  45. Hello my name is Tracy W. I live in Boise, Idaho USA. I have been crocheting since the age of 7 and knitting since age 5. I know not exactly your everyday kiddo, I will be 59 next month and I have done hand crafts for so long I wore my hands out. When I was in second grade we lived in Virginia and I remember sitting on a log at recess knitting a purse. I was born 40 as the saying goes.
    1 point
  46. Finally finished the sewing part. Will donate to a local thrift-charity store.
    1 point
  47. https://myfingersflyblog.com/2019/12/09/ultimate-christmas-pattern-bundle/
    1 point
  48. Exploring the blogs. First one on the list: https://thecrochetcrowd.com Featured, Goodnight Kisses baby blanket; several dog coats/ sweaters and popular right now, a polka dot baby blanket.
    1 point
  49. I whipped this little guy up this morning! If you find any errors, please let me know! Enjoy! The turtles measure 2 inches tall, and about 3 1/2 inches from nose to tail. Tiny Striped Turtle Supplies needed : F Hook Small amounts of WW yarn Stitch marker or safety pin Buttons for eyes (optional) Fiberfill Terms used Sc = single crochet Sc-dec = single crochet decrease over 2 stitches Ch = chain BLO = back loops only FO = Finish off, or Fasten off Slp-st = slip stitch You will need 2 colors to stripe the shell. They will be referred to as color 1 = C1, and color
    1 point
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