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About carovan

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  • Birthday 06/10/1960

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    Happily married and enjoying this beautiful country
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    crocheting, reading
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    having fun
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    baby charity items, things for the grandkids, kitchen items
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  1. Thank You! I used Herrschners Ultra Fleece. It is only around $1.49 a skein. The Newborn -9 mos uses only 1 skein. 2 skeins for 12 mos size. It is super soft!
  2. Thank you all so much. It was so much fun to make!
  3. I made and designed this adorable ducky hat that has a detachable flower so it can be worn by either a boy or a girl. It comes in sizes from Newborn through 18 mos. It is very soft and squishy. I added info on how to order this pattern here: http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=136657. Thanks for looking!
  4. You can find the pattern for my QWacky hat here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/qwacky-hat
  5. The pattern says that it is 16" around and 22" long with a lot of stretch. It uses worsted weight yarn instead of chunky, so that may be why yours is bigger around.
  6. Wow! That is beautiful and unique.
  7. Thanks! I can't wait til she is big enough to wear it.
  8. I made this 3 mos size dress for my newest grand daughter (born just last week ). It is a pattern from crochetgarden.com I used Lustersheen in Turquoise and white. I still need to make a little sun hat to go with it.
  9. Awww...that is adorable! She will love it.
  10. If you look in the "Special Stitches" it tells you how to do the cluster for Rnd 5, then it goes on to explain exactly how to do the first cluster in the remaining rnds. If you are still stuck, let me know and I'll try to help you through it.
  11. It is just beautiful. Love how random colors can make such a pretty afghan. It will be treasured by the recipient for sure.
  12. You are so right! Duh moment! Thanks for setting her straight!
  13. Try pulling your stitch up a little higher than row height and see if that helps.
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