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racerose

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About racerose

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  • Birthday 11/12/1972

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Tracey
  • Location
    Atlanta, GA
  • Hobbies
    crochet, duh and baseball. Not always together
  • Occupation
    Web QA Analyst
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    bags, pillows
  • Crocheting since...
    2003

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  1. all by myself! My boyfriend humors me too when I blab to him about crochet. God bless him.
  2. I like how Sykospark.net's tutorial shows her making the lace above the top bar of the loom. That does make it easier to move the hook to the back of the loom when turning. However, then you can't use the cool scrap yarn Guidelines that help keep the lace from tangling. (see stitchdiva's tutorial here) It's getting a little easier, but I must be slow. LOL. The first strip is taking forever and I have to make 5 or 6 strips for the lotus dress.
  3. hmmm, I just found this interesting tip: Cutting the hook to about 4 1/2 inches will make the work go faster and a lot easier for the last 75 loops. I have no idea how I'm going to cut an aluminum hook. LOL. I found the tip here: http://serendipity.gpvm.com/hairpinlace.html
  4. I just started on making this dress: http://www.stitchdiva.com/ProductInfo.aspx?productid=SDS-034 It's my first stab at hairpin lace. I keep reading about how "easy" and "quick" it is, but this hasn't been my experience so far. Maybe I'm hairpin-lace-challenged. The most aggravating part is when I have to flip the loom. My hook gets all caught up in the lace I've already stitched. It's really annoying. Maybe it's the hook I'm using. I'm using the loom you get from stitch diva. It gets harder after about 2/3 of the loom is full b/c you have less room for moving the hook to the back of the loom. Am I the only one who has this problem?
  5. Great job! I made one of these and I love it b/c it came out super big for my super big and cheap sunglasses . It's a fun project and quick too.
  6. Great job! I also just recently "discovered" thread crochet and love it. It's so true that it is so much more tolerable to work with thread in this awful heat wave. I used to think that using doilies was silly and unnecessary and now I want a doily under everything!
  7. Love it! that's awesome! not so awesome about your frogging adventure with Sam, but the runner is beautiful.
  8. Very pretty and creative! I've never heard of that flower, but I like it!
  9. yummy, he's cute! so is the afghan!
  10. I love that blanket too!! I was thinking maybe Plymouth Wildflower as an option for yarn.
  11. I love the new show on HBO, "Flight of the Conchords". Jemaine has a really old-style granny square afghan on his bed. I think I'm inspired. LOL.
  12. Oh wow! I was just considering making that same doily! LOL. Glad to see how beautiful it turned out. Great job.
  13. Thank you, Kendra (Bella_song) for my wonderful package! I received a needle case, tunisian hook, beads, buttons, threads, teas, cute doll, a neat baggie from Vietnam and a very nice note! I'm probably forgetting something - there was a lot in the package! Thank you!
  14. Nikki (sfgwife), you are an angel! Thank you!!!!!! Your purse is so cute, I can't wait to start using it! And the yarn and patterns and magazine - I am truly spoiled. Did I mention that you're very talented and the purse is adorable? I am very grateful. Thank you.
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