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About JennyBunny

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  • Birthday 05/11/1967

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    Closer to where I want to be
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    Just about everything
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    Sweaters for my boys
  • Crocheting since...
    Long time now
  1. Hmm, I have a Japanese friend who might be willing to help translate that. Curious thing about it is that at least some of the directions are crocheted (by the diagrams), but the close up picture at the end the beehive piece looks knitted to me.
  2. I mix the varigated yarns with white (two strands) and mute the colors for lapghans, or make small granny squares edged in black for a stained glass effect for pillows. I pair matching solids with them too, and make hats, scaves, mittens... I usually have a single skein left of varigateds, and have lots of solids hanging around.
  3. It does look like a puff stitch. I think in order to do the flaps you have to join a new ball of yarn to do the flaps and work back and forth instead of in the round. (It looks like the hat is made in the round to me.)
  4. Is the flannelghan a copyrighted pattern? I've been making them for friends and giving them away, but a couple of people have seen the ones I have made and want to buy them through Etsy. (And I would like to offer to make them with custom colors.) I know Etsy won't let me sell a copyrighted pattern, but as I'd be selling something that could be copyrighted... where does that leave me? Help!?
  5. I wanted to check all the options in this poll! I will fall back on the tried and true when I have limited time, but I love to experiment and challenge myself, so if I have 8 months to make one I will go for something new.
  6. Oooh, that sounds like it's worth the day trip it would take me to get there!
  7. I'd mat it with a neutral color, and frame it for a wall display.
  8. Or you can try a light green for Doritos Mr. Dragon Fire Chips; they are wasabi flavored.
  9. Can you use a white and make a Granny Square blanket with it? I like to make an all-over shell pattern blanket with a baby varigated print; it reduces 'pooling' of colors, and makes for a nice gender neutral blanket.
  10. I love your designs, and I'm looking forward to seeing more!
  11. I gave Squirrely to my boyfriend. I wish I'd got a picture of his face upon seeing it! He was floored I would do that for him, and thrilled with how cute the squirrel was. :-D
  12. I make that kind of bag - you can check my etsy shop and see if you find what you are looking for. I'll write up a pattern for any of my bags if you are interested.
  13. That is one terrific design. I'd love to see more of those.
  14. Here's Squirrelly, made from this pattern with some alterations of my own. My boyfriend feeds the squirrels at his apartment peanuts all the time, so I made a few for this little guy.
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