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Pepsi

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  1. Thanks for the help. My friend finally got it to print and I now have a copy. Thanks again, y'all. Pepsi
  2. Heather, when I click on the link you gave, I get the same thing that I got with AllFree Crochet. The blog comes up, but nothing else. There's nowhere to click for anything. Maybe I am not computer literate enough to find it, but I am about to pull my hair out. LOL Thanks for trying. Pepsi
  3. This afghan was a free pattern on AllFree Crochet, but when you click on the link to get to the pattern, you get absolutely nowhere. Does anyone know how I can get this free pattern? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Pepsi
  4. Found it. Thanks for all the help.
  5. I have been trying to find Leisure Arts pattern booklet #335. Have looked everywhere and it is no longer available. Does anyone have a used copy they would like to sell? I would be happy to buy it from you. I had this pattern a long time ago and I must have lost it - have searched high and low in my stash to no avail. If you have this booklet and want to sell it or if you know of someone else who would like to sell their copy, please contact me. I sure would appreciate it. Pepsi
  6. Debbie, welcome to Crochetville. I wasn't able to get this pattern either, but found 2 sites with crocheted ear warmers or muffs. Both have crocheted ones and one site has both a crochet one and a knit one. Try the links below: http://strngbn.tripod.com/earbags.html http://www.p2designs.com/pdfs/earmittens.pdf
  7. Thanks so much. I am already a member, so I am on my way there now. Thanks again.
  8. I have knit several Christmas stockings and would like to crochet some small items like bells, Christmas trees, candy canes, etc., to attach to them. Does anyone know where I could find patterns for such as this? I have found plenty of bells but I need things that are flat. Any help would be appreciated.
  9. The state flower of South Carolina is the Yellow Jessamine and the state bird is the Carolina Wren. Cannot find any patterns related to these two. Pepsi
  10. Colleen, thanks so much for this pattern. Can't wait to start "hooking". You are a very talented lady!!! Thanks again. Pepsi
  11. I have done the round ripple by Aggie May. She is a member of this forum and if you will send her a private message, she will send you the pattern. It is super easy and if you run into trouble she is fabulous at helping you with it. Pepsi
  12. Thanks, Patty, for the info. Will experiment to get the size I want. Thanks again. Pepsi
  13. I have 2 or 3 of each size! Am I addicted, or what? LOL Learned to crochet with a Boye hook and will use nothing else. Isn't it great that everybody doesn't like the same brand of hook? If they did, there wouldn't be enough to go around!! Pepsi
  14. I have the book also, but have not made this one. I don't like working with large hooks and 2 strands. Did you use the P hook that is recommended? Yours is much prettier than the one in the book!!! After seeing yours, I may fiddle around with a smaller hook and see how it comes out. Pepsi
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