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Serendipitycrafter

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About Serendipitycrafter

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  • Birthday 09/30/1954

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    ann
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  • Location
    Toronto,Ontario, Canada
  • Occupation
    N/A
  • Favorite hook type
    Other
  • Crocheting since...
    I just started this year 2007
  1. He's only 5 inches tall when he is sitting so he should be perfect for my 6 month old nephew. He is adapted from this free pattern. http://quesera.ojaru.jp/osaru-pattern.html
  2. Thanks guys! Maybe after Christmas I'll have time to make one for me.
  3. I made these little bags as xmas presents for my 2 nieces. One is 2 1/2 and the other is 3 1/2 years old. The bags are only 6 inches across since I used DK yarn instead of worsted. I'm thrilled with how they came out and when I have time I'll make a larger one for myself. Find the free pattern here.
  4. I made these for my little neighbours who are 2 and 4 year old. They are about 6 inches high and are from this lovely pattern from Owlish. They were really easy to make and I was really happy with the results and so were my neighbours.
  5. Thanks for the pattern...she is so cute!
  6. You're all very welcome! cat3crazy: I'm surprised that they still stop people from putting up lines in some areas. Talk about not going green! oliveoil: that is too funny!
  7. I thought that it would be fun to put a clothesline, filled with clothes, on this peg bag. The bag itself is 10 by 12 inches and is really easy to make....it's all sc. The skirt and top measure 1 in and the dresses and hippie pants are about 2 1/2 inches. Free pattern on my blog http://sukigirl74.blogspot.com/2009/05/how-to-make-crochet-clothespinpeg-bag.html
  8. Thanks guys, I like a pattern where you can gussy it up any way you like. It also comes with a pattern for bear ears which would look quite cute!
  9. This cute pattern by Vickie Howell came from Crochet Today May/June 09. It was a really quick crochet, I added the leaves and flower plus embroidered the face using the same yarn. I made it for my niece's new baby girl Isabelle.
  10. Thanks guys, I've had some questions on how did I make the roof so that it wouldn't collapse. I picked the roughest, scratchiest acrylic from my stash yarn and that seemed to help a lot.
  11. Thanks guys...I really appreciate the comments!
  12. Hoot is only 2 1/2 inches wide and could be made smaller or larger by changing yarn and hook size. He was inspired by the knitted owls that I saw on Ravelry called Oh Balls. I thought it would be fun to come up with a crochet version since my knitting skills aren't great. I posted the free pattern on my blog...it is untested so please let me know if you find any mistakes. http://sukigirl74.blogspot.com/2009/03/free-crochet-owl-pattern.html
  13. Free pattern is here http://crochetme.com/shroom Because the top opens you can put all sorts of goodies inside to help you organize your workspace. I used yarn to add a door and chimney
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