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About Enfys

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  • Birthday 02/25/1963

A Few Things About Me

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  • Short bio
    A genuine Welsh dragon but "emigrated" to England in January 2004 after meeting a lovely man online. After being made redundant in November 2011, I went into designing full time and while I don't "earn a living" from it, I do earn a regular income.
  • Location
    Cambridgeshire, England
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting of course! I also silk paint and enjoy photograhy and ATCs.
  • Occupation
    Textile Artist, Crochet Designer.
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  • Favorite projects
    Will try anything once!
  • Crocheting since...
    Since about 1970 ish
  1. Recently, I have taken on a couple of commissions whic bored me silly. One involved 306 small motifs made and joined in such a way that I had 612 ends to sew in. Not sure I would have said yes if I had realised that before hand!
  2. Mine does tend to complain when the little pile on the end of the sofa starts spreading but apart from that he is pretty easy going. I do tey yo keep it under control but............ The only other time he complains is when I am working on a commission and he asks me how much I am charging for it. Then he complains extremely loudly that I should have charged at least double for all the work going into it!!!!!!!
  3. I am not in London but I am in England!
  4. Thank you! I was very pleased at the way the photos came out. I wasn't able to use what I originally intended but my neighbours sundial made a unique jewellery stand.
  5. I have finished my "Crotat Jewels" http://www.enfys.me.uk/patts-crotat.htm#crotatjewels This pattern was in Inside Crochet in October 2011 but, as my six months are now up, I can republish. It is also due to be republished in the spring issue of "Love of Crochet".
  6. My new pattern - Barefoot Sandals. It contains nine designs with tips on adding beads for a bit of sparkle. Available on my site.
  7. All finished! Just waiting for the orders to flood in.
  8. Thank you! Unfortunately, the one I based this on died on me - and it was beautiful. But at least I have a lasting memory.
  9. Thank you for your order. I will be getting them done as soon as possible.
  10. In that case, you will be pleased to know that I have added the pattern to my site so you can pre-order. It isn't quite ready but all the crocheting is done, its just the paperwork to finalise. UK versions will be ready by Thursday and US versions ready by Friday as I have to translate to US terms.
  11. Thank you! The pattern is nearly finished so you will be able to make some yourself very soon.
  12. Here are the 1st 3 flowers.
  13. I have just finished sewing on the opening buds so here is a photo of them all. The flowers are next but, as I have already made more than half of the petals for them, it shouldn't take too long.
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