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About Raccoon

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  • Birthday 01/13/1957

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    married 28 years, 3 children, 2 grandbabies
  • Location
    Sierra Nevada foothills of Northern California
  • Hobbies
    photography, baseball, DSlite
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  • Favorite projects
    chrysanthemum tea shawl, afghans
  • Crocheting since...
  1. Any chance you can find the blog or source of this pattern? I would love to try it, thanks.
  2. I love color in a doily. This is a very elegant design, well done!
  3. Sorry, that was an address I was trying when crochetville was having tech difficulties, so I didn't get the message. This is my regular address.
  4. Good work! This isn't the easiest pattern to follow.
  5. So, where did you find the pattern? This is so pretty! (Ah, found it. Silly me.)
  6. The stitches look tunisian, like what can be found in the Interlocking Crochet book by Tanis Galik. But have you tried emailing Paton's customer service?
  7. You are farther along than I am, and doing a mighty fine job, too!
  8. For the Humane Society Raffle: (Pattern by Caron) This actually has some very pretty stitches in the pattern as written, but they were obscured by the boucle and bulky yarns I used. The Simply Soft Shadows has been discontinued so I used up all my stash and added a variegated yarn for the trees.
  9. Thanks for showing us this link. She does nice work!
  10. He is hilarious, as well as a very talented crochet artist.
  11. This one looks simple: http://spiffyniftyriffic.wordpress.com/2009/06/30/mens-reversible-prayer-shawl/
  12. If you keep following the facebook link, riccoboni posted a chart of this square.
  13. You can easily turn this into a pretty spike stitch afghan: http://www.crochetme.com/media/p/88568.aspx
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