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About LoveKnot

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    New Villager
  • Birthday 02/19/1972

A Few Things About Me

  • Location
    Rocket City, AL
  • Favorite hook type
  • Favorite projects
    dolls and gifts
  1. Great Smeaton, PM me your email and I'll send it to you. Thanks!
  2. Pattern Description: A perky double layered flower with 5 petals per layer. Pattern Style: Written instructions including pictures documenting technique and stitch directions Pattern Photo (optional): Skill Level: Advanced Beginner Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Any worsted weight yard. Approximately 20 yards I Hook/ 5.5mm. Materials to be supplied by tester. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 30 minutes Deadline: June 30, 2014 Tester Experience: All stitches are basic, but pattern requires working some slip stitches back to front. Tester Responsibilities Please respond with approximate time taken, finished dimensions, pattern corrections, questions on any needed clarifications. Photos would be appreciated but not required. Tester will receive a copy of final pattern, acknowledgement in final pattern, and my everlasting gratitude!
  3. Nice! And hello from a fellow HPKCHC addict.
  4. Love your creativity! Nice.
  5. I, too, purchased the It's a Hoot hat pattern! It's so fun to make. Your's are lovely! Well done.
  6. Thank you all. The pattern was well written and fairly easy to follow. Being careful on the first stitch when you add the color is the key. I would make one for my 11yo, but she's not a sweater-kind-of-girl. ????
  7. I just loved the Eloise sweater pattern. Now I have a reason to use it. This is my niece's Christmas present. It's being blocked. I have 2 small silver buttons to add at the yoke. I just love the colorway. You'll find the pattern on moogly. http://www.mooglyblog.com/eloise-baby-sweater/ Size: 2T Yarn: Wool Ease https://www.facebook.com/#!/LoveknotCrochet
  8. Midds. I'll be on travel until Tuesday morning. Pm me with your email address and I'll send you a PDF when I get back to the computer. Thanks!
  9. OPEN: Launchable Grenade (toy) Pattern Description: This unique toy hand grenade contains a retractable cord. Pull it back and let it fly! Hang it up in the office or on the rearview mirror. It’s fun anywhere you might want to let off a little steam, all in good fun. The grenade is an unusual Amigurumi, because it’s made with fingering weight yarn. This creates a tight weave and a finer look. Pattern Style: written Pattern Photo: Skill Level: Intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required: supplied by tester · Deborah Norville Serenity Sock yarn, or any fingering weight yarn, 1 ball should make 3 grenades · #1 steel Hook/ B/ 2.25mm · 1 retractable badge reel. Sample used is from Hobby Lobby and is 1 1/2” in diameter. · Small amount of acrylic stuffing Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 2-3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 5 hours Deadline: December 8, 2013 Tester Experience : Testers should be familiar with post stitches and working double crochet in the round Tester Responsibilities: Testers agree to provide estimates for time and yardage and feedback regarding errors and needed clarification. Any Special Software Requirements: Pattern will be provided in pdf format Compensation Testers will be given a free copy of the final pattern and my everlasting thanks.
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    Launchable Grenade

    I need a couple of testers for the grenade. I'll post the request in the testers wanted area.
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    Hedwig the Owl

    In honor of Harry Potter's birthday on July 31, I decided to create my own Hedwig. She came out fabulous! I think I'll put a pattern together for her, but it will need to be more of a guideline type thing. I just drew the shape of a wing and experimented with the increases and decreases until I got the shape I was looking for. Both body and wings are crocheted in the round, but the wings are unstuffed and flattened. She's about 8" tall, 6" wide, and made of one strand of white super saver and one strand of Yarn Bee Lambie Pie, held together. They were just stuff I found in my stash pile.
  12. Very Fun! I lived not far from Barnegat for a while, and I enjoyed your musings. I do miss the ocean!
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