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  1. I know this is an older post, but I don't see any updates on it. Is this still available? If so, I would like to purchase it please. Thank you!
  2. Hello! I was just wondering if you had ever put the pattern for sale? I've not seen it and noticed it has been over a year. I'd love to purchase the pattern if you have it. Thanks!
  3. Only 9 more "likes" or "fans" to go before the first drawing!
  4. We are halfway already to 100 and the first give away! Thank you to all who have entered!
  5. I currently have 2 items lined up to give away! You can read more about it on my blog Lace and Whimsy Blog or on my Facebook page Lace 'N Whimsy Facebook The FIRST is a 10 foot long Color Changing scarf. When I reach 100 "likes" or fans on my Facebook page, I will be giving this scarf away to one of those lucky fans. The second will be one of my Giant Doily Rugs (over 5 feet in diameter) when I reach 1000 likes or fans on my Facebook page.
  6. Yes I am!! That would be fabulous if you have one to sell or trade!
  7. Thank you! I had looked there but they do not have the booklet available for sale. I am not sure why they are still showing it unless it is just a record of all publications. Bev
  8. If you have this pattern booklet: J19-003 Moda Dea® Babies & Kids Collection 1 or know where I can get one please let me know. Thanks so much!
  9. 1) What types of small crocheted items do you keep "on hand" for generic gifts in a pinch? And please list for what purpose these gifts are used (such as birthday, graduation, new baby, marriage, etc.) 2) Also, what types of small crocheted items would be good to give as hostess gifts (for people being hospitable and letting us stay in their homes or having us for dinner, etc.)? I have been making dishcloths but am wondering if there are other items some might like better than a dishcloth? And of course patterns or links for them would also be appreciated! Thank you!
  10. I would like to crochet this edging around a doily but see that the instructions are for making this by itself to sew on (at least that is how it looks to me). Can someone help me figure out how to crochet it onto and AS the doily is being made rather than making it as a stand alone? I can't seem to wrap my brain around it. http://www.interweave.com/needle/projects/pf_paddle.asp Or if you know of a pattern that has this similar edging that would be great as well! Thanks!
  11. Just wondering if there are any groups meeting besides Tulsa? Anyone a little farther south? I'm in Ada but could meet anywhere south to Ardmore and north to OKC. You might want to PM me or email me since I might not remember to check this thread again! :o)
  12. Made this for my daughter, I think it looks almost medieval! It was a very quick and easy pattern, took a little over an hour! Instant gratification! The yarn is Red Heart Super Saver Buff Fleck (hard to tell in the photos but there are tiny flecks of color, almost like a tweed). The pattern is from http://jaybirddesigns.blogspot.com/2008/08/august-free-pattern-retro-rings-tam.html I did leave off the last round which was a picot edging, other than that I followed it exactly and it came out the perfect size! It will fit me too, it is looser on her but fine.
  13. I finally found it! Whew! http://www.planetjune.com/blog/amigurumi-help/fastening-off/#3
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