Jump to content

Qmare

Villager
  • Content Count

    1,432
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Qmare

  • Rank
    Villager

Converted

  • Real Name
    Mary
  • Biography
    A dedicated Crochet Addict! I am a very happily married mother of 3 kids (23, 21 and 16).
  • Location
    Western WA
  • Interests
    Crocheter and Avid Keeper of fine Mutt chickens, rescued dogs and horses
  • Occupation
    Exec Assistant
  • How long have you been crocheting?
    Since about 1979
  • Favorite things to crochet
    Chemo Caps!
  1. I can hardly wait to see what the finished afghan looks like because your blocks look wonderful. I have that book as well and really love pulling it out and doing a few squares now and then. One of these days, I'll have a sampler as well!
  2. Qmare

    American Beauty

    Wow. The pattern is so cool... but your afghan is really wonderful. For a 1st project, well, all I can say is that it's a prizewinner. Good job! that afghan is a treasure... Mare
  3. Well, I live in Kent, near Pacific Raceways... moved up here from So Cal last year and don't plan to ever leave. Love it up here and I love the rain!
  4. Qmare

    Nosegays

    That is a really pretty, very old fashioned afghan. You did a fabulous job. I'll bet your MIL treasures this thoughtful gift!
  5. That is one of the cutest kid 'ghans I've seen in a long time! Nice job!
  6. Really cute and I have to repeat... wonderful choice of colors. Those turned out really nice.
  7. Qmare

    New project

    That's very nice work you are doing. Looks like it will be a very nice, warm snuggly 'ghan when you are done!
  8. Qmare

    babette fever

    I LOVE it! Where is the pattern?
  9. Hi, Y'all! Spent the night in a sleep study last night and am just beat today... did get some work done on a scarf before they made me lay down and try to sleep... although how anyone can sleep with a jillion probes glued to her head and wires running all over her body is anyone's guess... so I've got my typical amount of catching up to do with you chatty ladies!!! Linda... that afghan of yours is simply breathtaking!!!!!!
  10. I just wanted to say that I think what you are doing here is really beautiful... the stories have relaly moved me. I have lost loved ones as well so it moves my heart to see what you are doing to help raise money for a cure and raise awareness.
  11. Very nice!!! Dreams... your swap partner is very lucky! I love your scarves! I've still gotta get the stitch name posted for you all on mine... I finished one over the weekend (green alpaca done with rows of crossed dcs) and am almost done with another one (fisherman colored woolease done in small cables). I work all week and have animals, too, so it won't be till this weekend that I can get pix. It's been a brutal week!!! Top it off, I have to go in for a sleep study tonight... oye! So, I'll talk to you all later!
  12. Wow... I really admire you ladies that crochet in spite of disability! And, you mom's and caregivers, I can appreciate how hard it is to fit into a busy day! I'm still jealous if you are working at home... hee hee So much talent here! Oh, and Julie... I used to live in a wee little town that had police blotter items like that... but so did the town I lived in in So Cal! Once, there was a report of a lady calling the police because someone through a headless duck over her fence and into her pool!!! Turns out, the duck decapitated itself on the power lines as it came in to land in her pool!!!
  13. Love it! What a cute scarf! Pattern?
  14. What an adorable hat!!! Your daughter is just a doll... what a cute smile!
  15. OK... you crazy ladies... you are making me really jealous. How many of you have to work outside the home like me? I have some yarn on my desk (really) so I can fondle fiber, but aside from that, I am deprived of all crochet till the few hours I have in the evenings!!! I GREEN with Envy!!!
×
×
  • Create New...