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grrlsmom

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About grrlsmom

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 12/21/1956

A Few Things About Me

  • Location
    The beautiful Midwest!
  • Hobbies
    Crochet, scrapbooking, some sewing and crafting
  • Occupation
    SAHW
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    Afghans! Who knows why!
  • Crocheting since...
    Began 1973
  1. Beautiful, and so interesting to look at!
  2. Love those colors! Been wanting to try one of these, too.
  3. Oh, sooooo cute! You are so talented, Darski!
  4. I'm down a bit south of Springfield. Anyone been to the Abe museum?
  5. On Bella Crochet, there is a crocheted Goddess that looks fairly easy and fun and it has accessories for the seasons. Your friend may like this, if she's into displaying stuff like this. HTH Oops - same one listed above at medidit! Thought I had something new! Sorry!
  6. WHAT? There really isn't a Betty Crocker? Say it ain't so! (just kidding!) I am disappointed re: Susan Bates. I thought when I found the Home Ec article it meant there was really someone behind the name.
  7. I'm bored and waiting for dh to get home, so I googled her. The history of Coats and Clark comes up and doesn't tell anything about her. Another link led me to an article in the 'Home Economist' , September l928 written by Susan L. Bates, Consumer Consultant, New Uses Section, The Cotton Textiles Institute, Inc. When I googled The CT Institute, I couldn't get a history, just stuff on law suits and strikes - maybe they were the reason people sang, "Look for the union label'? LOL Interesting, I'm hooked now! On to 'Aunt Lydia' - what did she do beside rugs?
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