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Michaels Gram

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About Michaels Gram

  • Rank
    Villager: In Loving Memory

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  • Real Name
    Carol
  • Biography
    Crochet addict, love spending time with my grandson
  • Location
    Queens, NY
  • Interests
    Crocheting, Knitting, Scrapbooking
  • Occupation
    Retired Admistrative Assistant in Electrical Industry
  • Favorite things to crochet
    Baby items, every new baby should have something handmade
  • Favorite Hook
    Wood
  1. Please count me in for the lovely shawl pin. Thank you, Carol
  2. That is beautiful and you did a great job on it. Carol
  3. The outfit you made is just so adorable and I would like to know the name of that yarn if you could tell me I would appreciate it. I make baby sweaters and that would be great for them. This is made with the new Bernat yarn that makes flowers as you crochet or knit.
  4. Nice stuff I love the sparkly one's and you have enough to make things and can use the sparkle stuff for embellishment if you want too. Have fun with it.
  5. Yes that's exactyly what it is a Half Double Crochet.
  6. Melanie its as gorgeous as the one you did of your grandparents and I know your aunt is going to flip over it. Great job as usual. Carol
  7. Darski the same thing is happening here. Last week my friend went to buy some stuff and I asked her to pick up the POL and she said they were $8.00 each, I was like your kidding they use to be $5.99 and when I looked it was on sale at A.C. Moore for $5.99 reg. price $8.00. They keep hiking up the prices and giving us nothing for our money - good old rip off as usual.
  8. That is a gorgeous set and you did a great job on it. Where did you get the pattern for it?
  9. All I can say is "Oh how mean" people can be so vicious, that hurt me when I read it, I thought you were going to say they returned it to you. Sorry you experienced that. Carol
  10. That is so gorgeous I would love to see a bigger picture of it, can you please post one so we can see the workmanship that went into it. Thank you. Carol
  11. I would like my name added too Michaelsgram - Carol
  12. I'm 66 and I learned how to crochet and embroaider by my mother when I was 8 or 9, she also taught me how to embroider. When I got married and pregnant that's when I really started to do knit and crochet and I've never put them down since then. Can you believe I don't remember how to embroider and I would love to learn how again.
  13. When you make the pom pom and you tie it you leave a long enough string that you can attach to the other piece by using either a crochet hook or a sewing needle. Just pull it through and attach it and then bury the ends. When you say tassle do you mean just a piece of yarn hanging down because I don't think you mean a tassle or if you do I don't understand why you would want to put a tassle and pom pom's together. I hope this helped you if not write again. Carol
  14. I love that hat you did a great job with only one new skein of yarn LOL!
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