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readstar

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About readstar

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 04/24/1974

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  • Real Name
    Laura R.
  • Biography
    Married with no kids but lots of love
  • Location
    Currently South Jordan, UT
  • Interests
    Crochet, knitting, reading
  • Occupation
    looking for work
  • How long have you been crocheting?
    since 2000
  • Favorite things to crochet
    afghans, scarves and hats
  • Favorite Hook
    Wood
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    A hat for the medieval faire

    Very cool!
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    One Free Knitting Pattern for Christmas

    Thanks so much, I got Gothic Lace!
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    Gardian Angel

    Absolutely Gorgeous!
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    Apron for wedding gift!

    That's a cute apron, and very cute fabric.
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    Magic the Card Game Case

    I think it looks just right!
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    Winner Selected: October Earrings Giveaway

    Guess what came in the mail today, and are therefore what I'm currently wearing! Thanks again, momcrochets! Pictures to follow, once I can figure out the camera.
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    My first blanket in progress...

    It's very pretty!
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    2012 North Carolina State Fair project

    That is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!
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    Beginner With a Question!

    Are you getting horizontal ridges, like bookshelves, or are you getting vertical ridges, like fence posts? Please post a picture, and we'll be happy to help! Welcome to the 'ville!
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    Winner Selected: October Earrings Giveaway

    Thank you, those earrings are really adorable, and will go perfectly with a shirt I already own!
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    Winner Selected: October Earrings Giveaway

    Please! So cute!
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    crochet hooks on a plane

    I'm glad I saw this! I have to fly for work in October, and I think I'm going to take a project along.
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    Fringing?

    When you knot in the fringe, leave it longer than what you want the finished fringe to be. Then once you have the whole side done, brush it all out flat and lay something kind of heavy about a half inch back from where you'll be cutting. Tha way you can cut it all to the same length in less cuts. Hope that helps.
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