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Beverooni

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About Beverooni

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 02/07/1951

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Bev Matheson
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  • Short bio
    Am on medical disability and really miss the social contact.
  • Location
    Arizona
  • Hobbies
    I collect yarn (yup, collect more of it than I can possibly ever use), crochet, genealogy, baking
  • Occupation
    Legal administration
  • Favorite hook type
    Plastic
  • Favorite projects
    Afghans, baby items
  • Crocheting since...
    Seems like forever! I don't remember not knowing how.

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  1. This is perfect for our Arizona home but I think I might use the graph for Tunisian crochet and make placemats for our dining room table. Thank you!
  2. Today only you can take FREE classes at Craftsy on ANYthing you want. Note that I said TODAY ONLY! ;-)
  3. I agree with what you are saying, but almost all crochet patterns have some other pattern in them. For example, all medium cardigans start with 132 crochet stitches across the back, and have x-number of rows to the arm opening, etc.Crochet stitches are basically all the same -- occasionally someone comes up with a new one. I think it's really hard to enforce it because it would take a LOT of money to prove it was yours to begin with and then they could turn around, change the stitches a little bit and do the same thing all over again. I think it's a never-ending battle. I found a pattern on Ravelry for a pretty scarf. It was $3. I bought it. Made several and then received a message from another person claiming they were the original designer and I was to immediately remove my photos, discard my finished items or pay her a penalty amount to keep them. Well, I had, in good faith, purchased the pattern and I'll be danged if I'm going to throw it all away. I simply posted in my projects that there was a dispute with the designers and referred them to both.
  4. I have made several of these. Fantastic pattern and sooooo easy. Thanks! !
  5. I made something similar for my 88-year-old mom who was always laying hers down and not being able to get to it fast enough. I used nylon cording and it worked really well. Doesn't stretch at all. She just tucks it inside her shirt and wears it all day. Gotta make one for myself now. Love that you have shared this pattern.
  6. I'm in love with that darling little dress. so cute! thanks for sharing the pattern.
  7. Oh, I can't wait to make this! Thanks for the lovely pattern.
  8. Oh, I hope you do think about translating it as it is lovely and there are SOOOO many lovely things to make. My hooking hand is itchin' to try some of them.
  9. Oh, that is adorable! Truly. It does look tie-dyed.
  10. It's beautiful! I do a lot of hats for our local cancer hospital and this will be such a pretty addition to them. Thanks!
  11. You're right. That is really cute. Thanks for posting the link.
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