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About slichly

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  • Birthday 04/17/1971

A Few Things About Me

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  • Location
    Long Beach, CA
  • Hobbies
    knitting, crochet, movies
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  • Favorite projects
    baby blankets
  • Crocheting since...
    since 1980
  1. I will get 2 out to you beginning of next week.
  2. Is anyone still doing this one? Here is my progress... http://www.flickr.com/photos/slichly/162821397/ I am now making all the little strawberries for the hat and my DD has "dollnapped" her even though she has no hair or face. My mom bought the pattern and yarn kit for me. Too bad for me, my yarn kit did not include any pink for the strawberries so I was trying to find the rright color. Also, my doll turned out about the right size but I must have messed up on the hat. It's waaay to big Did anyone else have trouble with the neck? Even with the neck support, the head is still floppy... Of well, She will still be loved.
  3. Do you still need squares? I would be happy to make one and send it ASAP. Please PM me.
  4. Thanks for all the kind words! The necklace cost approx $25 $1.99 wire from Joanns Asst beads - can be pricey due to the type you pick... The hardest part was seperating out the beads into individual strands and stringing them onto the wire. Once that was done, it went pretty fast..
  5. This was fun to make. From the latest isssue of BH&G Simply Creative Crochet http://knitlich.blogspot.com/2005/11/some-finished-projects.html
  6. Seems like forever since I have finished anything... Here's a baby blanket I posted on my blog http://knitlich.blogspot.com/2005/11/some-finished-projects.html
  7. Please PM me your address. I tried to email you but not sure if it worked. Have 2 squares for your comfortghan. This is such a tragic story...
  8. Please PM me your address. I have 2 squares for you...
  9. These are fantastic! What a great idea!
  10. From the Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau website: This is October 15, 2005 KNIT IN THE CITY Learn to knit or crochet, enjoy fashion shows, demonstrations, contests and more. The 2nd Annual Knit for the Cure will benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Noon – 5 pm; free admission Memorial Park, corner of Holly St. and Raymond Ave. http://www.knitforthecure.com
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    Two Girls, Two Frogs

    These are fantastic! Thanks for the link to the patterns also!!
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