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Carlinda

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About Carlinda

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    Villager
  • Birthday 03/22/1970

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Carlinda
  • Location
    Florida
  • Hobbies
    My furbabies, the weinerkids,, aka my dachshunds.. lol
  • Favorite projects
    anything!
  • Crocheting since...
    1978
  1. Hi everyone, I can sort this out as I believe I am the creator of the half single crochet everyone is discussing. It is used in 4 of my patterns. The braided knit look headband, twirlagig flower large and small, and the twirlagig hat. On Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/braided-twirlagig-hat http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/braided-a-knit-look-headband http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/braided-twirlagig-flower On Annies Attic: http://www.anniesattic.com/electronic_downloads/detail.html?prod_id=84893&cat_id=978 http://www.anniesattic.c
  2. There isn't any reason why you shouldn't be able to change colors.
  3. I would say it is an intermediate pattern to start, but once you get the two row repeat down and done a couple of times it is easy.
  4. Hi, I sent you a private message with my some notes on the pattern that should help. Also sent you my email address if you have any other questions. I offer full support with my patterns. Thanks, Carlinda
  5. It certainly could be done in more than one color! Would be really pretty.
  6. The pretty textured raised shells of this square will remind you of Rose Petals as you are stitching. Extremely versatile it can be worked as big or as small as you wish with it’s two round repeat once the square is established. Use your favorite yarn and hook, it’s up to you. Make anything from a dishcloth to a king size afghan. Makes it’s own border, just simply change colors the last two rows, easy peasy! Peach blanket pictured is worked in Caron Simply soft as a baby blanket. Pattern instructions include hook size and ounces needed for a 32”X32” baby afghan. Tested as Pretty P
  7. Hi Everyone, I have decided to add a new weekly feature to my blog. Every week when the new sales flyers come out for our favorite craft stores I will list each one of them's sales for yarn for that week, plus any coupons I find. I have started with listing the sales for AC Moore, Hobby Lobby, Joann Fabrics and Michaels. They all have some great yarn sales this week and 50% off one item coupons which have a link to print. With a quick glance at my weekly post you will be able to see who has what on sale saving you both time and money. Check it out here: http://hookhound.blo
  8. I am in the Fort Meyers are as well. I am new to the area. Do you know where there is any good yarn shops around here?
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