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anglalyn

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About anglalyn

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  • Birthday 05/02/1986

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Angie
  • Location
    Ohio
  • Hobbies
    Faith, My Family, Gardening, Photography, Reading, Crafts and Crochet, Piano, Genealogy
  • Favorite projects
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  • Crocheting since...
    Since 2001
  1. Noire Wolf - I think that could be because I have a lot of links opening in a new window. It could be that your browser doesn't allow popups....
  2. Hello everyone.. I wanted to share a blog that I have been working hard on for some time now. It started as my own reference for all the different stitches there are, and my own ideas for patterns, but grew and changed into a site I wanted to share with others learning Tunisian, and hopefully it will also become an extra little source of income for me and my family. I just recently began adding video tutorials to all the stitches too. There is still a lot of stuff I want to add and I have a ton of ideas to work through. It will be a work in progress for some time. I have a notebook here at home full now with defferent ideas. Thank you for takeing the time to check it out.... Tuncro.Blogspot.com
  3. Photo , another photo For some reason I can't post the pictures, but if you follow the links above you can see a couple pictures of the pillow. There are also the same pictures at the following link, where the pattern is... http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1605757/crochet_pattern_openwork_and_stripes.html?cat=24 Thanks.
  4. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1520115/crochet_pattern_baby_boy_scarf_and.html?cat=24
  5. Click Here To See A Photo <http://www.flickr.com/photos/24815635@N08/3307324457/> Materials: Aunt Lydia's Fashion Crochet Thread Size 3 [white/purl] Size 3 [2.10] Steel Crochet Hook Special instructions: V Stitch- Chain two, yarn over, insert hook into same space as last stitch was worked, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two loops on hook [two loops remain on hook], yarn over, skip two stitches, insert hook into next, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two loops on hook, yarn over, pull through last three loops on hook. Short V Stitch- Chain two, yarn over, insert hook into same space as last stitch was worked, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two loops on hook [two loops remain on hook], yarn over, skip one stitch, insert hook into next, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two loops on hook, yarn over, pull through last three loops on hook. To begin: chain 136, attach with a slip stitch to first chain Round One: Chain two, double crochet in next chain. Double crochet in next 27 chain spaces. Three double crochet in next. One double crochet in next 39 chain spaces. Three double crochet in next. One double crochet in next 27. Three double crochet in next. One double crochet in next 39 chain spaces. Three double crochet in next. Slip Stitch to first. Do not turn. Round Two: Chain two, skip two stitches, double crochet in next. Work a V stitch [see special instructions], V stitch six more times. Next, short V stitch three times to form corner. Regular V stitch next, thirteen times. Short V stitch three times. V stitch eight times. Short V stitch three times. Next, V stitch twelve times. Short V stitch three times. Chain two, slip stitch to first. Round Three: * Chain one. Three single crochet in next chain space. Repeat from * around. Slip stitch to first.
  6. Hi Cris, My son is almost 10 months old... from ear, around his front, to other ear, he measures around 9 inches. the same going from ear, over top his head, to other ear. (around 19 inches all the way around) I hope this helps
  7. just for fun... How to Do Your Hair with a Crochet Hook My mommy-in-law is always lauphing at me for doing this with my hair. Im actually interested to see everyone elses ideas for using a crochet hook in their hair. Im sure you guys could come up with some cool ideas.....
  8. Those are beautiful! I really like your christmas trees. Well Done
  9. I made some 'fork flowers' today following the directions by Lisa Naskrent [at: <a href="http://www.crochetgarden.com/crochetblog/?p=74">www.crochetgarden.com/crochetblog/?p=74</a>] then attached them up to some repurposed earrings.
  10. I recently seen a blog post from Lisa Naskrent explaining how to make a fork flower from yarn. I really liked it and was inspired to scour the internet for more yarn crafts that kids can do. I didnt find a whole lot but was able to come up with a list of really good ones. Click Here to see it and if you know of any other good ones please let me know. Thanks everyone!!!
  11. Enjoy: Here is the pattern! [http://hubpages.com/hub/Crochet-Pattern-Textured-Shoulder-Bag] Let me know what you think. Thanks.....
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