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About AnjyB

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  • Birthday 08/24/1976

A Few Things About Me

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  • Short bio
    Play 8 different Instruments, Sing, Crochet, sew, Scrapbook
  • Location
    South Central Iowa
  • Hobbies
    Music, crafts, family, camping
  • Occupation
    Mom and Wife
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  • Crocheting since...
  1. I have always enjoyed your Dora patterns/creations.
  2. I don't know if you like to or have worked with thread, but I made this one and it was one of my FIRST thread projects and i didn't have a lot of troubles with it. Now the tank and lid cover gave me fits but I DID finally conquer them LOL. http://www.freepatterns.com/list.html?cat_id=313 at the bottom of page one you will see the lid cover of pineapples on the preview, but there IS a renuzit doll. I had SO much fan making mine too. I've never used Yarn for this, just thread. I LOVE my doll and the one I made for a girlfriend is also well loved. if you DO make it and need help, let me know.
  3. You are an angel! I have been LOOKING for this pattern for 2 yrs! LOL Seriously, its just what I wanted. Now If I could just get you to design one I can hang my hot pads on I'd be ever so thankful! I seem to always NOT be able to find them when I need them! LOL You're so talented. Thank You SO much! :
  4. Thanks for all the wonderful compliments everyone. She has a birthday coming up soon, so I think I'll give it to her then.
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    I can't share the pattern. But....What I did, was find a "bookmark" that I thought would work well and I made it longer and put tassles on both ends. I also changed the outter edging a bit as the one they had didn't look quite right for a belt. The thread was just some multi colored stuff I bought to practice stitches and such with, she liked it, it was girly, so I used it! LOL. That's it....Use your imagination basically on this one!
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    My daughter is kind of in between sizes. She needs a 4T for the length for a 3T for her waist...So I went to the store to buy her a belt...well Sorry, but with money so tight and gas so high...I wasn't paying $10-$20 for a belt for a 3 Yr old! So I made one.
  7. My neice asked me to make her a bookmark and so this is what I came up with. The pattern is from Creative Bookmarks, 14 designs by Jo Ann Maxwell. It called for a lot more beads and sequins, but you were supposed to glue all those seperate pieces together. I just did a few pearls and I sewed everything together, I just don't TRUST glueing anything, specially when children are involved. This was a lot of fun and I'm glad I sewed it instead of glueing everything. Enjoy.
  8. VERY Pretty, LOVE the colors!
  9. Tension...OH YES...I just started this afghan yesterday and I find that my front and back zigzag stitches are a tad loose here and there, Its definetly going to take some getting used to that's for sure. again thanks for sharing and I'll be sure to post when and IF I ever finish it! LOL Your's looks boutique perfect.
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