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ladyrose

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About ladyrose

  • Rank
    Junior Villager
  • Birthday 01/24/1969

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  • Real Name
    colleen
  • Biography
    married with 2 kids - age 6 and 8
  • Location
    nassau, bahamas
  • Interests
    crocheting, singing, piano, guitar
  • How long have you been crocheting?
    1979 or so
  • Favorite things to crochet
    baby blankets, doll clothes, afghans, anything
  • Favorite Hook
    Wood
  1. YourAG clothes are just beautiful !!!! Are you sharing your patterns?
  2. ladyrose

    Movie Night - 18" doll: Image intense

    Love it - love it - love it !!!!!! Thanks:cheer
  3. ladyrose

    Kokopelli for mother-in-law

    I love your kokopelli afghan ! I love kokopelli too. Great work !
  4. ladyrose

    Cathedral Rose Window - finally finished!

    :clapThat is just beautiful. Congrats on completing it. How long did it take you? Was it difficult? I have the same pattern, but am afraid to start it - it seems everyone complains that it is difficult. Great Job Colleen:cheer
  5. ladyrose

    baby doll in a blanket

    Hi All:cheer I have searched the site and have seen previous requests for a pattern of a doll with plastic head and hands and feet attached to a blanket. Has anyone been successful in obtaining this pattern? If you have - and it can be shared PLEASE post it or send me a private message if you know where I can find it. My daughter (7yr) would just love one of these - I remember them from late 70's to early 80's. Thanks Colleen
  6. Great patterns - love your work and the colours too. Can't wait to try the sun hat ! Thanks for sharing
  7. ladyrose

    pineapple monokini pattern

    Wow ! Very sexy - nice job. I have printed your pattern - I will try it ! About what size is it?
  8. ladyrose

    This is my first ever wearable.

    What a lovely dress !!1 Love the colour too ! I must have missed that free pattern - wish I had it too! Colleen Nassau, Bahamas
  9. ladyrose

    New to Crochetville

    :cheerWELCOME from Nassau, Bahamas I just joined yesterday ! Colleen
  10. ladyrose

    Thread bonnet

    yOU CAN USE OLD FASHIONED STARCH (THE KIND YOU MIX - OR THE LIQUID SPRAY FOUND IN STORES) WET THE ITEM, DIP IN STARCH AND THEN SHAPE AND LET DRY. MAYBE THAT WILL WORK COLLEEN (P.S. sorry for all the caps - didnt realize it til i was done typing
  11. ok - Check out this link This pattern for yarn works very well with sweaters, dresses, tops etc. The link also has a link for how to do the armholes http://bellabambinaknits.blogspot.com/2007/04/spring-dress-for-american-girl-dolls.html The top part (maybe rows 1-5 or so ) would give me the shape I need This is the pattern I want to convert from yarn to #10 thread - but dont know how Any suggestions?
  12. hi , I am new to crochetville, There has been a new american girl doll summer lace dress pattern posted on various sites - has anyone tried this pattern? I dont know if it is just me - but the instrcutions do not seem too clear - especially in the way the top part of the dress is done - in 4?????? pieces???? Here is the link: http://www.abc-knitting-patterns.com/1029.html I appreciate any help you can give. If anyone has crocheted this dress perhaps you can rewrite the pattern to help me. Also, It has been suggested that I do the bodice in one piece - of course - I am having trouble with that too. Does anyone know how I can convert a pattern written for sport yarn to a pattrrn that uses thread (#10). Thanks !
  13. hi , I am new to crochetville, There has been a new american girl doll summer lace dress pattern posted on various sites - has anyone tried this pattern? I dont know if it is just me - but the instrcutions do not seem too clear - especially in the way the top part of the dress is done - in 4?????? pieces???? Here is the link: http://www.abc-knitting-patterns.com/1029.html I appreciate any help you can give. If anyone has crocheted this dress perhaps you can rewrite the pattern to help me. Also, It has been suggested that I do the bodice in one piece - of course - I am having trouble with that too. Does anyone know how I can convert a pattern written for sport yarn to a pattrrn that uses thread (#10). Thanks !
  14. hi all - new today to crochetville - great community - glad to be a part of it:clap
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