Jump to content

gracie_ray8

Villager
  • Content count

    34
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About gracie_ray8

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 07/01/1988

Converted

  • Real Name
    Rachel
  • Location
    South Dakota
  • Interests
    Horse, crochet, knitting, cross stitch, etc.
  • Occupation
    Full-time college student
  • How long have you been crocheting?
    I taught myself to crochet in 2003.
  • Favorite things to crochet
    Amigurumi, especially horses or dragons.
  1. gracie_ray8

    2009 Holiday RAOK's - thank you's

    I want to say thank you to two elves. One sent me a wonderful box of yarn, stitch markers, and row counters. Also got a lovely box of sampler fruit teas. The other elf sent me some english tea that I cannot wait to try. Thanks for making my holidays brighter
  2. gracie_ray8

    2009 Holiday RAOK's - thank you's

    Thank you to the elf that sent me a new flavor of tea, a recipe, and some biscotti today. It was much appreciated. Merry Christmas.
  3. gracie_ray8

    2009 Holiday RAOK's - signups open

    Well this is my first wish list on here. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to everyone out there. :sheepxmasAny toy patterns you don't want. I love to knit and crochet toys. :sheepxmasThe book Crocheted Christmas Stockings by Leisure Arts. :sheepxmasWool Yarn. I need dark brown, light brown, dark and light green, medium blue, red, and white. It has to be feltable. (Does this count as one wish?) :wreathAny cotton yarn that you want to give a new home. :rudTea. I love all flavors and varieties. Some soft dark green or dark blue yarn for a scarf for a Christmas gift. :ctreeC.S. Lewis or J.R.R. Tolkien books. A row counter of some kind. :stockingBig wish. A ball winder (used is fine). :candycanePrayers for a job. I have been unemployed for several months and have no idea how I am paying the bills. Thanks for reading. I hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable holiday season. I forgot to mention that anything used is fine. I love regifted items.
  4. gracie_ray8

    Noah's Ark ... NOAH SET VIEWER *PAGE 15*

    I absolutely love this ark and all the animals. Is there a pattern available to purchase?
  5. I love watching classics like Pride and Prejudice and Emma, although I like the new Pride and Prejudice, probably because I own it. I also watch The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and anything that is over two hours long. It is nice to sit and watch something you have seen so many times that you don't really have to focus on it. Also it seems to make me crochet faster...
  6. gracie_ray8

    What Site Do you Visit The Most?

    I am about fifty/fifty between crochetville and ravelry at the moment but I do visit both multiple times a day. I am sorry(not really) to say that I have an addiction...
  7. I am looking for the White Christmas Crochet magazine from 1992. It has the thread castle on the front. I cannot find it on eBay or anywhere else it seems. Does anyone have a copy they would be willing to trade or sell to me? I would really like the pattern for the castle. It is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for any help you can provide.
  8. Well my last search was greatly helped by my fellow crochetville members so I am once again turning to you in my hour of need. Ok so it might not be quite that dramatic but I am looking for a pattern. It is the collection of patterns by Annie's Attic called Birds of a Feather. I believe it came out in the early 80s. I would really like the peacock one but any of the others would be helpful. My mother is crazy about peacocks and I would love to make her one for her birthday. I found a lot of these on EBay but the bidding is quite intense and will soon be out of my price range. So the question is does anyone have these patterns that is willing to sell or trade them? Thanks for any help you can give. Feel free to send me an email at gracie_ray8@yahoo.com or pm me. Thanks again.I think that was the quickest response I have ever had. Thanks so much.
  9. gracie_ray8

    EBay & Noah's Ark-FOUND

    Yes I want the whole ark. The five foot long one with all of the animals and Noah and the incredible little details like the food barrels and beds. Thanks for the afghan though, I will definitely add that one to my to do list for new babies.
  10. gracie_ray8

    EBay & Noah's Ark-FOUND

    Wow thanks for all of the hard work. I have tried just about everywhere to. I have the one from Crochet! but it is for an afghan and I was hoping for a toy one. Maybe I will have to make one up on my own...I forsee lots of frogging in my future.
  11. gracie_ray8

    EBay & Noah's Ark-FOUND

    I have been diligently seeking the Noah's Ark crochet pattern from Annie's Attic for sometime now and the prices are outrageous. I recently found three on EBay and two of those are over $45.00! I was just wondering if anyone knew where else I could buy this pattern or if anyone is willing to sell it for less than an arm and a leg. It is the 1991 pattern for the huge ark with all of the animals. I would like to make it for our church nursery and do not want to have to pay six times as much as it was originally. I cannot believe how ridiculous the prices are:eek Thanks for helping me find this pattern.:cheerThe kids are going to love this.
  12. gracie_ray8

    something times twenty

    There is a pattern for a crayon bookmark in the 2009 pattern-a-day calendar. I tried finding it posted online, but no luck. There is also an adorable frog bookmark that boys would like. It is here
  13. gracie_ray8

    Cocoon Pattern

    I have heard a lot of good about cocoons versus blankets. They, "researchers", seem to think that cocoons may help prevent SIDS or accidental suffocation from a blanket. I am planning on making these for my nieces and nephews. They look like they are much more fun to do than a blanket.
  14. gracie_ray8

    Cinderella carriage

    There is one in the booklet Fairy Tale Filet by Ferosa Harold. I think I bought mine from Amazon but Ebay might have some as well.
  15. Ok second toy done. I seem to be picking up speed:) Here is a "Peababe" from Leena Nikkinen's blogsite, "The Tattered Pickle".
×