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RoseRed

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About RoseRed

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  • Birthday 05/23/1973

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Michele Shirley
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  • Location
    FLA, USA
  • Hobbies
    I crochet
  • Occupation
    I'm a mama
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
    Handmade
    Steel
  • Favorite projects
    ghans
  • Crocheting since...
    steadily since I was 22 yrs old

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  1. Thanx so much for the links!!! The sweaters are gorgeous! I made a coming home from the hospital set for my new Granddaughter and a friend fell in LOVE with it. I love making stuff for people that really 'get it'. I ended up going with this one http://www.justcrochet.com/textured-coat-usa.html for this sweater but now I have a couple more to try.
  2. There are sooooo many beautiful newborn sweater sets for girls. Do you have one for a boy? Those are not as easy to find. Thanx!
  3. American and UK use the same name for different stitches. Which would you prefer to learn?
  4. Looks like it's a lesson learned. I think it's happened to most of us at some point.
  5. If it comes out again after you wash it - a drop of tacky glue will keep it in place.
  6. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE when you share your Work. Another stunning collection! Just beautiful!
  7. You can get a similar look with tunisian, too.
  8. Your work is amazing. You are such an ispiration!
  9. Has anyone looked at the link? It's a beautiful scarf! Caron simply soft doesn't have the body to hold that shape unless you want to use a G hook. I would use either Red heart and an H or I hook or Caron Pounder (Natura) with an I or J hook depending on your gauge. All the companies have to do is leave a slightly longer tail in the center. Shouldn't be that hard, right?
  10. I doubt it's talking about how tightly your balls are wound but the actual twist and spin of the yarn itself. Caron Pounder is a good substitute. It's soft, similar in size and holds up well.
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