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  1. They are all just beautiful! I love the cones, I have a black one too that has made 3 shawls and lots of small odds and ends. Right now I am working Garden path right now( http://lilygo.blogspot.com/ ) that uses 2 strands( I wound them with a ball winder so I could use 2 strands from 1 cone) and what is great is I will still have enough to make my next project in mind(Gathering Leaves). If you make a pattern for the pineapple on the bottom left, let me know, I would love to make one! Judy
  2. The crocus bud shawl is nice or the alpine frost. The first is a download on http://www.yarn.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/product.detail/categoryID/B3DF6F32-51AE-4588-8DA5-8248B6CBB500/productID/41883384-4FED-4C45-BBA7-CADDAA4E881B/ and the frost one is in an interweave magazine. Also Doris Chan's Alleghany Moon Mobius would work nice too. Basicly, you can make a rectangle of any stitch pattern you like, but I would recomend that you use a light yarn so it will scrunch up for the scarf.
  3. http://learningmywaythrough.wordpress.com/2007/06/26/more-footies/ this is a blog on how a lady makes her's maybe it will help. It has a link to the pattern she used. It calls for fingering weight yarn. I think you could do like her and use any sock pattern you like, just leave off the tall top. I did see one that was knit, and it looked like a solid long strip that had the toe part folded over and sewed on two sides to make the toe end. Hope that helps you out Brenda!
  4. I love them! I just love the purple!
  5. Wow it is beautiful! It looks wonderful in that black!
  6. I am not sure if this is right or not, here is a loopy one http://mycrochetstuff.blogspot.com/2007/03/loopy-flowers-free-pattern.html or here are many kinds http://www.crochetpatterncentral.com/directory/flowers.php
  7. Well, some body at your dh work needed it much more, and will love it!
  8. Great job! They look roasty toasty!
  9. Hairspray! Wow, wish someone would have said that sooner! I threw several bottles out that I did not like!
  10. It turned out beautiful for a lovely young lady!
  11. Oooo, this is great! I love the color and the pattern!
  12. some one used to have a raggedy ann doll that had long legs that was super cute, but I can't find the site any more, they had lots of great patterns simmilar to crochetmemories, but I will be darn if I can remember it now! You could do any crochet doll and extend the legs out, or I also saw one that was two bears hugging on ebay.
  13. Great hat! I have a bunch of lace weight wool I need to use up, might have to give this a try, or not, I would be making balls forever! LOL It is a great design!
  14. goldenj32w2

    New shawl

    Very pretty! What a great color, I love it!
  15. This may be crazy, but... what if you square it up by sewing down the extra triangle and cover it with flowers, then put a border all the way around the outside? Or sewit to a larger afghan and hide the overlap in the middle of the two pieces?
  16. Have done this before, either you can start with the chain size you like and go around with sc or dc to the hight you like for the neck then increase to the 55 sitches needed to start the poncho or you can work backwards. Make the poncho then go to the neckline and keep adding to the length that makes you happy for the neck. (personally I started at the top of the neck and have 10 rd of hdc.)
  17. Just love these, they are great! Thanks for sharing your pattern!
  18. http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=88832&highlight=Granny+Star+Afghan this is for an afghan, but I am sure you can use just the begining.
  19. I started making the mobius but ran out of balled yarn, so it turned out to be a cowl instead. Works up quick and easy. I may ball up some more yarn and make the mobius too. I used 3 strands of lace weight wool and one strand of tensel that is black/silver. I started out with a ch 88 and an I hook due to yarn differences. Sorry the pictures are not so good, it is late, and hard to get pictures of yourself that turn out! http://www.coatsandclark.com/Crafts/Crochet/Projects/Accessories/LW1884+Crochet+Shells+Mobius.htm
  20. I saw a cute little beret here on Ravelry made from fingering weight yarn. I love the hat, but could not afford the pattern, so I made this as I went. Don't think I put quite enough rounds in it. It could stand to be a little looser. It is not bad for a throw together. I used 4 strands of 2/24 lace weight wool yarn and a g hook. inspired from Julep http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/julep
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