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About CrochetKitty

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  • Birthday 02/08/1965

A Few Things About Me

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    married, child-free
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    music, reading, Harry Potter
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  • Favorite projects
    Hats, sweaters, other wearables
  • Crocheting since...
    Since Feb. 2005
  1. Ooops... I've just been informed that I did a big no-no. Only -- and I emphasize only the Kitty Koaster pattern can be posted. I had thought the Green Lantern symbol was public domain, but apparently it is not; it belongs to DC Comics. The only thing "public" here is my apology. Mea maxima culpa, admins. So I'll work up the Kitty Koaster pattern as soon as I can (I'm glad that's everyone's favorite), and I'll get it posted ASAP. I'm a really busy girl these days; working on a really big project I'm being paid for.
  2. *deep sigh* Okay, I went in and double-checked, and the privacy setting was set to global, but I did it again just to be sure. I've now put a link to the whole album. Only the Kitty Koaster and the Green Lantern symbol are completely my own creations; the afghan I modified from Kim Guzman's dish towel pattern, and the others I got elsewhere on CPC. If it doesn't work now, I don't know what else to do. BTW, I'm at work now so I can't post the pattern for the kitty coaster, but I will soon. ETA: I can view them from the computer at work, even when I'm not signed into Yahoo, so maybe it'll work now. *crosses fingers*
  3. ^ What she said. I'll try again. ETA: Try now. If this doesn't work, I'll just link the whole album.
  4. My latest (and first original) creations! The Kitty Koaster, and for my husband, the Green Lantern symbol: http://new.photos.yahoo.com/mrsfriskle1999/album/576460762375677091 (ADMIN NOTE 5/4/09: link does not work at this point in time) As promised, here's the Kitty Koaster pattern. It hasn't been tested, so let me know if I made any mistakes. Ch 4, join with a sl st Rnd 1: 8 dc in ring; join Rnd 2: 2 dc in each dc around; join Rnd 3:*Dc in first dc, 2 dc in next dc* around, join Rnd 4: *Dc in first 2 dc, 2 db cr in next db cr* around, join Rnd 5: *Db cr in first 3 db cr, 2 dc in next dc* around; join Rnd 6: *Dc in first 4 dc, 2 dc in next dc* around; join Rnd 7: *Dc in first 5 dc, 2 dc in next dc* around; join Rnd 8: Ch 3, sk next dc, dc in next dc, ch 3, sk next dc, dc in each dc around; join Rnd 9: (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in ch-3 sp (ear made), sl st in next 6 dc, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in next ch-3 sp, sl st in next 20 dc Tail: Ch 16, sl st in each ch. Join to head with sl st, sl st in next 9 dc. Fasten off.
  5. Yep, Regenius strikes again! Those are awesome.
  6. I found this tip on cleanhomejournal.com: Meowy Christmas and Happy Mew Year from CrochetKitty!
  7. Here's one I like: http://www.geocities.com/lindaslists/cldcph.htm It looks like a giant Christmas tree light.
  8. I was about to point out that you could leave off the spots and add a curly tail and make it into a piggie. Obviously, the designer noticed this too. Heh, piggies for your piggies.
  9. I can see why. That is gorgeous!
  10. Yup! Leah is adorable, and the story is a hoot!
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