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laureni526

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  1. Kim, I think this pattern looks great. I think it will really accentuate curves. I can't wait to get out from under my pile of have to makes to start this. Great job!
  2. I just love these. You did a great job.
  3. They're adorable. Looks like someone's going to have cuddly feet.
  4. I never get tired of seeing these. It's lovely.
  5. I don't think so. But the Interweave Crochet Fall 2007 profile of her states that she started out selling patterns to Lion Brand. There may be something over there that you find you like. They usually don't list designers, so you have to guess, but some seem to bear her stylish stamp.
  6. Great job! That's really funny and really cute.
  7. That's a great horse. I'll bet it took forever to get all of the mane and tail installed.
  8. I made a bunch of these pumpkin hats to go to my local hospital nursery. It's a newborn size made of Caron Simply Soft Brites Mango and Limelight. The pattern is a variation of my Baby Hats pattern.
  9. Thanks for all of the support. Pikachu is very well loved at his new home. Evidently the ears make a very good way to hid from your mom when you don't want to wake up.
  10. Pikachu is living at little Miss M's house whose 5th birthday is tomorrow. She's Poke-crazy right now. I made this blanket based on a chart I created on MicroRevolt's Knit Pro website. I found a pic on the internet that I liked, plugged it in and went. Kind of. It actually took me 6 failed attempts and 2 different charts before I got to the right spot. I used the Medium Chart setting and did 2 dcs per block. The yellow is something over 1 lb. of Bernat Cottontots that I found in a mill ends bag. The black is Bernat Handicrafter. The white, brown and tea rose are Sugar and Cream and the Red is TLC Cotton Plus. All of this yarn came from my stash. Not one extra penny spent. The final blanket is 50" x 40". Big, but not too big. There are 2 more pics on my blog.
  11. That's very pretty. I might have to make a prayer shawl from that pattern.
  12. Wow, that is stunning. It looks like you had a wonderful day.
  13. Here's a shawl I'm sending to my husband's Grandma who is in a nursing home. It's 2 strands of a yellow pompadour baby yarn (they were mill ends - so I don't know the brand or quantity - about a bag and a half). The stitch pattern is the same I used on my Purple Haze sweater. The edging is from the Harmony Guides #7. I know it's too hot for summer, but I'm hoping it will help keep her warm this winter.
  14. Very yummy socks! Thanks for sharing.
  15. Awesome job. They look like lots of fun.
  16. Beau-Ti-Ful! That is a great dress!
  17. I'm going to go against the grain. I love the green, I'm not so sure about the border. I would take it off and let that beautiful wool shine.
  18. Wow, a hubby who asks you to crochet for him. I've never had that before. And one who helps you chart - I'm speechless. Great job. I hope they enjoy their beer cozys.
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