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Autumn

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  1. I don't know of any other graphing sites, but I have a suggestion. If you don't want to completely graph it yourself, look for a cross stitch pattern for the team. They usually have them. Then just break all the numerous colors down to the major ones, for example, make all the red tones, one color of red, etc. Use as much of the cross stitch pattern you want, figuring in a border around the cross stitch. Basically, one square is one stitch and a row of squares is one row of crochet. To get the width and length of the afghan you want, I would find a afghan in the stitch (single crochet perhaps) you are going to use of that size and use it for seeing how many rows you want it to be and how many stitches across you want it to be. Or, you can do the math with your gauge. I have found that single crochet makes a better graphing sitch as it is the same size up and down as across. Where as, double crochet is taller than it is wide. Hopes this helps...
  2. I have the following crochet magazines I would like to destash. PM if you are interested. I will only accept usa - check or money order All Magazines are in -- like new/barely used condition Price includes postage. I am only able to ship within the USA. Magic Crochet Magazine - 6.00 each (thread crochet) August 2001 - Sold October 2001 - Sold December 2001 - Sold Decorative Crochet Magazine - 6.00 each (thread Crochet) March 2004 - No longer available July 2004 - No longer available
  3. Delete - Mags. sold
  4. All mags have been sold
  5. All issues have been sold
  6. Would it be from Crystal Palace Yarns. They have free afghan patterns on their site. http://www.straw.com/cpy/index.html
  7. If it is a lot of kids, make snowflakes and weave a real candy cane into it for presentation. (as long as the kids are old enough to be eating candy canes by themselves)
  8. Hi, If you want to purchase it, $3.50. It can be found on this site. I've never had any issues with getting leaflets from her. Just click on this site and scroll down to the leaflet number. http://www.countryyarns.com/la004.htm Leaflet number and name: LA2688 THE FACES OF CHRISTMAS ($3.50) by Carolyn Pfeifer To place an order, it is a link at the top of the page and also her email addy is there for questions.
  9. If you can't find any crochet patterns, try looking for one in cross stitch. You can adjust the cross stitch pattern for a graph for crochet.
  10. If they have long hair, how about a scrunchie or two for putting up wet hair.
  11. These are nice! With a skill level of easy to intermediate. http://www.anniesattic.com/detail.html?prod_id=81097
  12. Does anyone know when this starts arriving in our mailboxes? I don't know if mine is lost or if I just haven't gotten it yet!
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