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About Elle

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  • Birthday 04/19/1957

A Few Things About Me

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  • Location
    Gulf Coast South Texas
  • Hobbies
    Crochet, My furkids
  • Favorite hook type
  • Favorite projects
    shawls and afghans, but I've been getting into smaller projects lately and I'm really liking them!
  • Crocheting since...
    Since 1967
  1. Thanks, MaryJo. We now live about 25 miles south of where we were. It's a great little town, we love being by the water and we have a really pretty waterfront with lots of beautiful piers for sitting on and fishing from. Dolphins play in the bay all the time, it's amazing to sit and watch them! We switched churches because it's too far to go all the way back to Bay City every Sunday, especially since we don't have a car right now, but we have a wonderful new preacher and he refers to our town as "Jimmy Buffet's back yard." Our apartment is 10 blocks from the bay, and they are small suburb
  2. It will be easier to replace the tablet than the tote. The tote was a gift to me from MaryJo (Tampa Doll), it was one of the monthly Crochetville totes that she makes and gives away each month. I will certainly miss it. It held a TON of yarn and was great for all kinds of projects.
  3. Those are adorably hilarious! I love them! I miss my tote terribly! My hubby and I were the victims of a home invasion in January and they not only pistol-whipped my poor hubby and pushed me down onto the floor and part way up under the couch, they grabbed everything electronic they could get their hands on and my brand new tablet was sitting on the couch, I had it sticking out of my Crochetville tote and they TOOK THE WHOLE TOTE!! Of course I am more thankful that my hubby is OK, but I loved my tote so much, and I had just gotten the tablet from my hubby for Christmas last year and
  4. As I was reading this all I could think about was the old Rate-A-Record on American Bandstand where the people would go "it's a great tune! It has a good beat and I can dance to it!" LOL!
  5. I LOVE this! It's just so beautiful with all the colors and I love the way the stripes change direction! I am definitely putting this one on my to-do list! You did a spectacular job on it!
  6. The colors that this yarn comes in are just GORGEOUS, but there's no way I could ever afford $7+ for 108 yards!! Wow! Talk about pricey!
  7. OMGoodness, MaryJo, those are precious! You can't HELP but smile when you look at them!
  8. Thank you! I'd really like to find the pattern again because I'd like to make more of them! LOL! I know it was online somewhere, probably on Crochet Pattern Central somewhere. I will recognize it when I see it. I hope. LOL!
  9. I started these so long ago that I don't even remember where I got the pattern from, but I found them about a week ago and all that I had to do to complete them was to put on the cuff. The hand part was already finished on both of them, and since I couldn't remember where the pattern was from, I decided to just wing it and add a cuff that I made up as I went along. These are made from Vanna's choice and are being modeled by my very dear hubby and our cat, TomTom. They make WONDERFUL cat massage gloves! Just ask TomTom! He'll tell you!
  10. You would have to make it out of cotton, and unless you used a very light, #10 cotton thread, the blanket would be so heavy it would be very ungainly to work with. Also, I think the weight of the blanket would probably pull it out of shape because worsted weight cotton is VERY heavy when it is crocheted into a cloth. I made a hoodie for myself out of worsted weight cotton and the thing weighs a TON! It's very cozy, even when it's pretty cold out, but as far as the amount you would need to make a horse blanket, it would REALLY be heavy to work with. I would stick with the #10 cotton thread
  11. BEAUTIFUL!!! Such a great job for a first blanket! Congratulations! You're off to a wonderful start!
  12. OMGoodness, that's GORGEOUS!!!
  13. OMGoodness, that's just AMAZING! I love it! I wonder how long it took to crochet it, and what they used as a base to lay the crochet over to coat it with the epoxy resin to harden it? I would just LOVE to have something like that!
  14. Wow, those patterns from Ravelry just blow the $10 potholders from Sur La Table right out of the water, don't they? I'm amazed that the ones from the store weren't a lot cuter, to me they looked very amateurish and, well, poorly done for something from such a well-known, fancy-schmancy kitchen place!
  15. I wondered this same thing when I saw them! Some of these little things are only 1/4 of an inch tall! I can't imagine ever being able to crochet that WITHOUT a magnifying glass, no matter HOW good my eyes were when I was younger!
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