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  1. Great congrats, Kathy! Such a beautiful piece and so very deserving of the recognition and awards it brought you. I am in awe of your talents. Thanks for sharing your joy.
  2. What a sharp tote, Merri! I love both your design and the colors you used -Beautifully done! I too, have never felted before, but your share is an inspiration and maybe just the kick I need to give it a try. Thank you!
  3. Very nicely done! I'm partial to the green one but they're both so nice. Thank you for sharing.
  4. I love what you've done to the beloved RR -clever idea! Thank you for the neat 'before and after' display -Very nicely done...all the way around!
  5. Beautifully done! I like the color/contrast you chose, but look forward to seeing your next one in whichever colors you choose as well! Lucky kiddos to have such a talented and doting "Nana"! Thank you for sharing.
  6. Very nicely done and you've played your 20 colors well (I really have to step out of my pastel box) -Your friend is sure to love it!
  7. I love it! Wonderfully fun colors and what a great finish, pocketed denim; neat closure too -Beautifully done, Merri!
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    Weird WIP afghan

    Ah, but so wonderfully weird, Peg! ... Love the idea of using fabric for yarn (sheet for yarn= sharn?), such an economical way to go; and you're working it beautifully. Thanks for sharing your progress so far.
  9. Wow! So very striking, Smokey! Love how your chosen colors play so well together -Beautifully done! Best wishes at the county fair!
  10. Beautifully done, Sparkle! Love both the color and texture -Sure to please your dear friend!
  11. Fantastic, Katrala! It turned out beautifully; a real work of art. What a wonderfully impressive accomplishment!
  12. Personalized cards are always especially nice; yours are super -Beautifully done!
  13. Beautifully done! -Such a fun color, too!
  14. But, Oh my goodness, you have come so far!! :cheer Keep up the great work, Katrala! It's the nature of the piece, cathedral windows, taking one step at a time to complete, whether done in glass or yarn. I know I'm not alone in looking forward to seeing your finished work of art!
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    Snowflake Afghan

    Wow, Cindy! Kudos to you for having plowed through all of those wonderful snowflakes! - Beautifully done! I have admired this pattern for a long time and your showing has rekindled my wish to take it on! Thank you for sharing.
  16. What a grand idea, Kath! I look forward to checking out all of the photos you've gathered together, as I'm sure I missed a few. Thank you!
  17. Oo, you did it again! -Kath, #6 is gorgeous!! -So soft and sweet in the baby pastels.
  18. Love it!! Your Stitch Sampler is coming along beautifully, Tricia!
  19. Oops, sorry for stepping on your post Lynn!... I was interrupted in the middle of writing mine out and failed to see yours before finally submitting it. *blush*
  20. Jessica, if this is the very first row following your starting/foundation chain, then the "space" that is being referred to is most likely what is referred to as a "chain" in properly worded crochet patterns ( "in the official language of crochetese" *grin*). So, you would work a dc in each of the chains. Now if their space is actually the chain, as I'm assuming, I just can't see how you'd be able to work a dc into the first one, given the height of a dc (or even a sc, for that matter). You may want to look for a pattern that is better written. Are you first instructed to create a foundation chain of 16? Because that is what I come up with in order to end up with the "14"-count given at the end of your shared Row-1. You typically work your first dc into the 4th chain from the hook, though, when starting out (I find it unworkable to dc into the first ch), and then, in this case, dc in each of the next 12 chains. Those first 3 skipped chains will count as a dc in order to get your total of 14 when all is said and crocheted. On the next row, depending on instructions, be prepared to work in the top of that ch-3. I hope this helps clear rather than muddy the waters for you(?)
  21. Hi Milney, As I have never seen crochet hooks sized in inches ("), I'd take the likely chance that the 3.25 hook that the pattern recommends to be measured in millimeters (mm). Looking at this conversion chart, a 3.25mm hook is a size 'D' by U.S. measures, if that helps at all. Otherwise, use whichever hook that will help you obtain the given gauge in the pattern, if one is given, that is. If one isn't given, than it likely isn't that important for the pattern, and then, perhaps you could use the hook recommended on the thread's label(?).
  22. A most perfect party pig, Peggy! So cute! "The end"
  23. So very cute and beautifully done! -Your niece is sure to love, it!
  24. So wonderful and whimsical -Way to wield those needles, Crochetgirl2!
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