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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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  • How long have you been crocheting?
    since 1959
  • Favorite things to crochet
    Afghans, doilies, kitchen/bath, layettes,shawls, hats
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  1. Thank you Granny Square! I just ordered both. I lost both of these books awhile back and intended to replace them. What a great discount.
  2. Hi Mavis- I love Tunisian Crochet. You may want to try the knit stitch next, then the purl stitch. I found it simple and non-frustrating when I was first learning Tunisian Crochet. Have you watched Kim Guzman's Tunisian tutorials? She is precise and detailed in her video's and explanations. Kim Guzman Tunisian Videos. Hope these help.
  3. Nice job! Looks like you could be on the road to become a Doily Geek! LOL (that's what one of my grand daughters calls me.)
  4. Not just a Pleasure but a beauty too.
  5. Beautiful Irish crochet. You did a splendid job.
  6. Very pretty! You did very well on your blocking and this will put a sparkle on any space you lay it on.
  7. Beautiful and well done.
  8. Could it be from this November 1976 issue? I'm not finding a copy online but maybe, this will head you in the right direction.
  9. Try a search under "crochet double pompom (or pom) hat".
  10. Wow 52 afghans- You go girl!!! Your efforts are a wonderful gesture.
  11. Wonderful! I like the little acorn and toadstool touch. Gives it character.
  12. Thanks for answering this inquiry Granny Square. I can't get on here quite as much as I'd like to. Hopefully in the near future.
  13. You're welcome. That's the way I would do it too. Would love to see what you make when completed.
  14. How cute is that? I love it.