RecycleCindy

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About RecycleCindy

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  • Real Name
    Cindy
  • Ravelry ID
    RecycleCindy
  • Location
    Pacific NW
  • Interests
    Crochet, Recycling, Crafting
  • How long have you been crocheting?
    40+ years
  • Favorite things to crochet
    Recycled Materials such as Plarn items
  • Favorite Hook
    Aluminum
  1. Thank you so much for all those lovely little stockings for the troops!
  2. Here is my first twiddle muff and I used this pattern by Shirley McDonald. These muffs are very therapeutic for dementia patients as the decorations (buttons, beads and ribbons) give them something to do with their hands and can help calm restless impulses. I added one large button with a buttonhole for buttoning. People also add zippers but I didn't try that yet. Inside has more of the same items. I plan to donate this to a lady at our local nursing home that I think will like it.
  3. Thanks everyone!
  4. Thanks Reni!!
  5. As July is ending, here are the 2 mother bears I crocheted for the Mother Bear Project. Such a fun charity to crochet for and I love making these bears.
  6. Such a lovely bag and I always love reading your stories behind each bag. Someone is just going to be thrilled to receive this special Crochetville bag.
  7. Good to hear. Thanks for letting us know.
  8. I just finished up this Mandala pattern that I have been wanting to crochet for quite awhile. I crocheted the pattern with a H hook and it ended up being 17 inches wide. Hopefully it will be okay for a preemie baby blanket.
  9. Super cute and the little wings are so adorable on the booties!
  10. Is this his current blog site? He hasn't posted there since October 2016.
  11. Thanks to everyone for the nice comments on my round ripple. It was delivered today to Warmth for Warriors so it will be with its new Veteran owner soon.
  12. Here is a round ripple I crochet for the Warmth for Warriors blanket drive. It is 43 inches wide so should be a good lapghan. The center is some Caron blue yarn and then I used a Yarn Bee Sugarwheel skein in what they call “That’s my Jam” colorway. Then I just added some blues and black in RHSS I had to finish it off.
  13. The photos are so large when they are inserted into a post. I tried making mine smaller but it is still so big when I add it to a post. I see other people's photos are very large too. Is there a way to resize the photos when we upload and insert them into a post? I am sure the super large photos are using lots of bandwidth on Crochetville and it would be nice to have them smaller.
  14. What a beautiful blanket. Somebody is just going to love receiving that adorable blanket.