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JnL

Villager
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About JnL

  • Rank
    New Villager
  • Birthday 10/13/1985

A Few Things About Me

  • Location
    Ankeny, IA
  • Occupation
    Administrative Coordinator
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Crocheting since...
    2002
  1. I would do the first option, going back and forth on the side you want longer and then do a small border around it all to finish it up. I have a blanket I made at my office too, our building cant keep the same temp across the office. Good luck! lori
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    Last Name Doily

    That's gorgeous! Thanks for all the advice, I'll talk with her tomorrow and go from there!!! lori
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    Snowflakes Throw

    That is gorgeous! I would like to know where the kit can be purchased too! lori
  4. I have been feeling unmotivated too, and I have a last name doily started for a coworker that I need to finish!
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    Last Name Doily

    Thank you for all of the suggestions! I talked with my co-worker and she said she wants to pay more than $6/letter! lori
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    Last Name Doily

    Thank you for your help! I don't want to do an hourly wage, she said she would pay from the beginning but we never did a price. I do want to cover materials and do a small profit. Right now I am thinking $6/letter, it is 6 letters so $36, would that be a reasonable price? I have made a few before, but they have always been for wedding gifts. Thank you!
  7. I am finishing up making a last name doily for a co-worker, she is going to give it to her sister-in-law for a wedding present. I am trying to figure out how much to charge to crochet it but also how much to do the matting: one, two, or three layers. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thank you so much! lori
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    Hello :)

    Hi, I have just joined today, looking for some advice. I am currently crocheting a last name doily for a co-worker's sister-in-law, for a wedding gift. I was wondering how much I should charge to make it and also how much to matt it, with one, two, or three layers. Thanks so much! Lori
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