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About Kimberly

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  • Birthday 07/25/1978

A Few Things About Me

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  • Short bio
    Originally from Michigan, I am living in Europe for work.
  • Location
    Brussels, Belgium
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting, Cross-Stiching, Reading, Travelling & Music
  • Occupation
    Bean Counter
  • Crocheting since...
    January 2005
  1. Glad that you like the pattern! Yours turned out lovely!
  2. Thanks everyone! I've sent off the pattern to everyone who has sent me a PM - please let me know if I have missed someone! it's crazy at work right now so I am behind on everything!
  3. Thank you everyone! I've sent out the pattern to all who have requested it so far! If someone who has asked has not gotten it please let me know!
  4. Looks great! Glad that you like the pattern!!
  5. It looks wonderful! Great job with the pattern!
  6. Looks lovely Tam! So glad that you liked the pattern!
  7. I finally have made the pattern up for my weaved hotpad. The pattern is only available as a free PDF down load on Ravelry: Here If someone who is not on Ravelry is interested in this pattern please send me a pm with your e-mail addy included in the PM and I would be glad to mail the PDF to you! More of my recently made hotpads can be found here This is a fun scrap pattern as you can make each section a different color....a great way to use up scraps left over from other patterns. Enjoy!!!
  8. Simply lovely! Such cute patterns you choose to use!
  9. So glad that you all like them! The first time I made this up from my brain it seemed to just fly off the hooks. It took me forever the second time I made them to write down the pattern to get them from the picture into real life - not sure why as the pattern is really simple! Mental mind block perhaps! Thank you again for all of the kind comments, and should you make the pattern and have questions, please let me know!!
  10. Bonjour!! Bienvenue a Crochetville!
  11. So glad that y'all like them! They really are quick and easy. I would suggest if you try the pattern to use the cotton yarn that you have available and at least one hook size smaller than the yarn calls for to avoid big gaps between the sections.
  12. Your doily is gorgeous! Great job!
  13. Any new clothes lately anyone? I've been too busy making "Play Yarn Food" for my niece's tea party set....lets just say she has enough play yarn food to feed a small regimented army! I need to get back into designing again but just seem to lack the energy. I gave away all of the clothes I had made, so my poor CPK is sitting once again in my apartment as naked as the day she was born. People who visit have to wonder about her but I've yet to get any questions as to why I have a naked doll sitting in my apartment.
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