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About ReniC

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  • Birthday February 8

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    crochet, acrylic painting, embroidery, beading, reading.
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    Clover Amour
  • Favorite projects
    Afghans, doilies, kitchen/bath, layettes,shawls, hats
  • Crocheting since...
    since 1959

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  1. I just love looking around online. Keeps me busy and out of most trouble LOL! Well, that and I've used the Internet for too many years to count. I got my first computer in 1985.
  2. The author listed that she used the color #27940 Kuma, which is a soft grey with darker tinges on it. Looks pretty. It's on sale there too!
  3. Hi Krys- Been sort of a rough week here with health problems still so I missed this post. I never did find the candy cane forms last year. I did get the round one and a Santa face but didn't make it in time. It's still sitting on my shelf closest. Maybe next week, if I'm up to it. And thank you for the well wishes.
  4. Awe- Thank you Mary Jo. You always bring a light to the gathering.
  5. That was 20+ years ago, so, not too bad for the price paid.
  6. Thanks! ETA: I found the original pattern! It's in Crochet World-April 2013 issue and I have that one. Yay! I think the pattern would make nice gifts. Thanks again.
  7. Welcome to Crochetville from Arizona. Nice headbands. I think I like the rose colored one the best. I made one similar and was told the style is the most comfortable.
  8. Tomato cages would work very well as long as it's the correct shape (like a cone). I saw 3 and 4 foot crochet trees at our annual Cancer Craft Fair one year. It took the gal 2 months to make just one and she said never again. She sold one for $300.
  9. Welcome to the 'Ville. Your inquiry would probably receive more responses if it was posted in the Seeking Patterns category. In the meantime, this pattern could certainly be made taller and so could this one. You would need to keep adding row after row to your desired height. You probably would need to insert some kind of base like a tall Styrofoam cone or a wire frame to keep it from collapsing. Hope this helps in your search and you have a wonderful holiday season.
  10. Hmmm... I like that blue variegated color yarn. Does that pattern give a yarn ID?
  11. ReniC

    Rough Scratchy Yarn

    We probably did. 😄
  12. I've had the same glue gun for about 30 years now, so, I was thinking about getting one of the dual temp guns but haven't looked into what brand. I saw one in a DIY video to make a Christmas wreath and the gal recommended a 3 temperature gun was a must. I didn't think at the time to see what brand it was and cannot find the video now. Duh on me.
  13. Another lovely to bring cheer to your home. You are talented!
  14. The set turned out lovely. I am loving the extra touches.
  15. Oh so pretty. I love the touch with the ribbon.
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