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Celestial Seasonings

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About Celestial Seasonings

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 04/25/1984

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Celeste
  • Short bio
    I just got married on 7/7/07, and am currently pursing my MS in Education.
  • Location
    Schenectady, New York
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting, knitting, and avoiding overdue book fines
  • Occupation
    Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant
  • Favorite hook type
    Handmade
  • Favorite projects
    Afghans, sweaters, and scarves!
  • Crocheting since...
    Since 2002
  1. Hi rebekah! glad to hear you're enjoying the pattern so far -- sorry for the snafu! In round 5, you should have a repeating series of 2 fpdc, 3 bpdc, so that when you do round 6 you can fpdc around each of the two fpdc (staying at 2 fpdc) and then do 2 bpdc around the first bpdc and one around each of the next two (increasing to 4 bpdc). Does that make more sense?
  2. That came out beautifully! How wonderful that you were able to finish her work
  3. It came out great! Really nice, even work I love how you used the vareigated yarn for the thinner lines!
  4. That is the coolest freakin' afghan ever! I WANT ONE. . . in hot pink, black, and white!
  5. Yay, my copy came in the mail today! My CityGirl Cap is January 2-5 Everything looks great!!!
  6. Whoo-hoo! That came out great! Thanks so much for making it, and then posting about it! The pattern and dimensions are available on my blog!
  7. you did a great job! those colors work beautifully together.
  8. looks awesome! how gorgeous. . . i think i need to find that issue!
  9. That looks great! aren't they fun to make??? i'm hooked!
  10. truly gorgeous! That will make a lovely wedding gift, for sure!
  11. This is the pattern: http://www.sewonfire.com/round_ripple_afghan.htm I used Simply Soft Brites. About 1 1/4 skeins of each color made two blankets!
  12. These were made for my childhood babysitter Oni, due to deliver twin babies any day now. For fun and practicality, I did them as opposites. . . enjoy! . . . This is the pattern: http://www.sewonfire.com/round_ripple_afghan.htm I used Simply Soft Brites. About 1 1/4 skeins of each color made two blankets! As seen folded to lie together on the floor
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