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Mom w/a Motif

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About Mom w/a Motif

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  • Birthday November 1

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Tina
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  • Location
    Parker, Colorado
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting, knitting, baking, reading, spending time with my kids and husband :)
  • Occupation
    SAHM for now
  • Favorite hook type
    Aluminum
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    Everything
  • Crocheting since...
    1988

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  1. I started a Navajo Afghan for our new couch. Since the one we have doesn't really match anymore. It will have to be relegated to the recliner in our bedroom. 😛 (Does anyone remember the Smoke Signals CAL?)
  2. Hello. It's been a long time since I have posted. I wanted to share a Navajo Afghan I finished this year for my sons' best friend, for a wedding gift. They hadn't registered anywhere for their wedding; and so I thought, "afghan". 😛 I asked my son what their living room colors were, and did my best to match them. It took me exactly 25 days to finish- I think that's a record for me. 😆
  3. That's so cute. My Grandma had a turtle done with granny squares (she loved turtles).
  4. It looks great! My oldest son would love that.
  5. It's been a while since I posted in this thread (but I have posted on my blog). My latest post from today.
  6. That's very nice. I have a Kitchen Aid mixer that my Mom gave me, too. Your cover is pretty.
  7. I sent it to Titus2Woman a while back. Thank you everyone.
  8. I made another one. Just need to finish sewing on her buttons. This one will be going out as an RAOK. Thank you everyone.
  9. Aw, thanks you all really made my day! For those who are wanting the book, I would try Amazon dot com. You can find used/like new books for a fraction of the price. (Click on the link here; and Crochetville gets a fraction of the cost, too. ) It was published by House of White Birches and edited by Laura Scott.
  10. I crocheted this for a CAL I am in, on another board. It's from "101 Easy Scrap Crochet Projects". I had always wanted to make one, finally did... I used my 'magic ball' for the top part, then mostly scrap balls for each stripe in the skirt. It's a doll, and a bag holder, all rolled into one. Thanks for looking. I made a second one, added a pic to post#24, but I thought I'd add it here, too.
  11. I haven't posted here in a while, but I have been blogging. Here's my most recent blog post from yesterday (couldn't get on the computer last night to post it...): Lots of Random Stuff
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