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pinklamb

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About pinklamb

  • Rank
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  • Birthday 10/30/1982

A Few Things About Me

  • Short bio
    married 2005, one son born 9/2008
  • Location
    Iowa
  • Hobbies
    crocheting, family, camping, fishing, traveling, cooking
  • Occupation
    medical transcriptionist
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    baby blankets, baby hats, dishcloths, potholders, scarves, hats, dishcloths, mug cozies
  • Crocheting since...
    2006. My Grandma taught me how. My mom helps out some...but she's a lefty & I'm not.
  1. I didnt know - I've never done this before so thank you for your input and advice. I would never want to do something illegal and I dont want to get into trouble. I will just keep the pattern to myself and will not be selling it. Thanks! I need no other input regarding this post. My questions have been answered.
  2. I found a pattern online that I tried out, but it didnt come out right. After fiddling around with the stitches, I revamped and tweaked it and made it come out perfectly. It looks like the picture of the item, but its not the same pattern (obviously). I know its not copyrighted and nothing states that I cannot sell it. What I was curious about is whether or not I would be able to sell it? I didnt want to get into trouble if I wasnt allowed to. Should I get the pattern I use copyrighted?? Any advice is much appreciated!
  3. I love Twinkie Chan! She is amazing!
  4. Taylor Swift was on SNL last night 11/7/09. For her last skit "Roomies" she brought out a very pretty granny square blanket! http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/clips/roomies/1173629/
  5. my absolute favorites from Bev's Country Cottage are: PREEMIE HAT: http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/teresa-hat.html NEWBORN HAT: http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/hats-hats-hats.html These two work up fast and very easy!
  6. My grandma inspired me to learn how to crochet. She's been crocheting all her life. I said in high school that I wanted to learn how to crochet. High school came & went and now that I'm 25.....I finally sat down with my grandma 2 years ago wanting to learn. She taught me the basics (ch, sc, dc) and how to read patterns. Now I've made a total of 3 baby blankets, tons of dishcloths, baby hats (inspired by my nephew) and am branching out learning how to do different stitches and different patterns. She helps whenever I need her. She is the best!
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