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turtlecrochet

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About turtlecrochet

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A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Jessie
  • Location
    Arkansas
  • Hobbies
    Crochet, books, knitting, scrapbooking, beads
  • Occupation
    Training Manager
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    baby items, turtles, hats, afghans
  • Crocheting since...
    1988
  1. I am in NW Arkansas and Little Rock is quite a way for me... Wish I were closer!
  2. What a beautiful set and I love that it is made in cotton. It makes it look totally different and I bet it would be so nice and cuddly. I think that was a perfect fiber choice. I would like to try making it as well!
  3. I have this magazine. Are you wanting the whole book or just the pattern?? Send me a PM with your address and I will send it to you.
  4. Very cool, if I break my leg, will you make me one too? I am a Jr fan! DH is taking me to Dega next month!
  5. Super Cute and you can tell she loves it!
  6. Ok, I have broken several PLASTIC hooks, but never a METAL hook.... I thought crocheting was supposed to be relaxing..........
  7. Paige is 3 and a half months old. A little small for her age as she was a month premature. The romper is in one piece and comes from a whole book of rompers with sweaters, hats and booties to match. I did not make the hat or booties for this outfit. The book is by Leisure Arts, called So-Bright Romper Sets. I got it on clearance from Wal-Mart. I used Simply Soft scraps that I had around for the color bands and it worked really well. It says the sets are for Newborn to 3 months, but the sweaters are made in 3-6 months to fit over the rompers. Hope this helps. I think you can make pants for a baby, but let me tell you, it's a lot harder to change the diapers! The romper has buttons that you sew in the legs and at the back of the neck. That was the most time consuming part of the project. She liked it, and got lots of compliments on it.
  8. So funny! I had to have my husband come and see. Sounds like something I would do to my son. I love the top and skirt, I think his cousin will love it! Jessie
  9. Here is the romper and sweater I made for Paige. It is made from Simply Soft yarn and fits her just perfectly. She wore it to dinner to meet her great grandma. The sweater is beside her and has pink buttons all the way down the front.
  10. Here is Paige in her Easter Dress. Her great-grandmother made it for her. She is having her picture made tomorrow and I wanted to be sure it fit her. I made the little slip for her today as I could not find anything in the stores. She seemed to like it.
  11. :eek:eekHi Karen! I left you a message on your blog! Jessie
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