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drfalk

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About drfalk

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  • Birthday 07/16/1981

A Few Things About Me

  • Short bio
    wife, mom, sew, cook, try to clean, crochet
  • Location
    Portland, Oregon
  • Occupation
    http://www.hookabledesigns.etsy.com
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    fashion
  • Crocheting since...
    2001
  1. I am in need of one pattern tester for my braided headband. It is easy and pattern comes with graph and pictures. I would like someone who will be able to complete it in the next couple of day. If you think you can do it, please let me know and I will send a pdf to your provided email. Thank you all.=)
  2. Thanks for the replies! Hi! Looking for a tester or two to make these cozy Fingerless gloves with pompoms. They are easy to make and perfect for the cold weather. I have made sizes for xs,s,m,l. You pick your size. Comes with graphs, written instructions and lots of pictorial instructions. Yay! American terms are used. I would like someone that would have the time to do this in a few days. Its not a long project, I have personally made these gloves myself three times from the pattern. PM to let me know!=)
  3. My son would love this hat too, anything that is Angry Bird related really.
  4. Love it! Its so inventive. Great job, and it looks like a great pattern too.
  5. Well, I'm not sure this is my favorite name for the hat, but its the only thing I could think of. It's thick, fluffy and it keeps Jack Frost away while i'm wearing it. It took me three days on and off to make it. I used the puff stitch and the rib stitch. I added braids, which I love. Let me know what you think. more pictures on my blog.
  6. Hi! I have this lovely fashion turban headband that need's testing. I'm looking for 3 tester's to test out my turban headband. The pattern is written for advanced beginners. 1 skein of size 3 yarn 4mm hook size yarn needle optional: beads Testing time frame is one week, it's relatively fast and easy. This would be a great headband for a christmas gift! Pm me if you would like to test.
  7. I am having a Halloween Treat sale on my newest pattern which is perfect for play, dress up, photo shoot prop and halloween(of course)! Pirate beard/ Bearded Lady beard. Designed for the intermediate crocheter. Go check it out! Sale until the end of October.
  8. Very nice! What size phone will it hold...a iphone?
  9. I've been playing with bugs, or at least one very pretty ladybug. http://hookabledesigns.blogspot.com/2011/09/playing-with-bugs.html
  10. My latest post : Playing with bugs http://hookabledesigns.blogspot.com/2011/09/playing-with-bugs.html
  11. Love, love, love it. I am going to try this someday.
  12. Thank you! She is a doll baby for sure
  13. I made this Lamby Hat for my friend and her newborn. I made it out of Bamboo and Corn Silk Yarn, needless to say it is very, very, soft. I made it in the size for a 3-6 month old and tried it on my niece. This was my first attempt at the design that I imagined in my head. I'll probably make another one for my niece and make it slightly different.
  14. Oh i like it, I haven't seen something like this before. Well done.
  15. I crocheted this awhile ago and I thought I'd share. I love the way it looks, very chunky because of the beads but I know that it I used a smaller bead it would give a total different effect. It reminds me of a sea urchin, hence the name. I feel like the pictures don't do the ring's sparkle justice. If you want to read the back story of it, its on my blog http://hookabledesigns.blogspot.com/2011/05/reinvent.html
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