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FoothillFibersNPhoto

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About FoothillFibersNPhoto

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 06/24/1983

A Few Things About Me

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  • Location
    Sunny California
  • Hobbies
    cooking, gardening, reading, photography, hiking
  • Occupation
    accountant
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    bags, hats
  • Crocheting since...
    1991
  1. Definitely the I-cord...I've done this before, just on a small scale. Pretty color.
  2. Very unique! I reminds me of a crazy moon or sun
  3. Sorry, forgot to mention. You will need size 17 knitting needles, a spare knitting needle (any size) and size Q crochet hook. Pattern uses approximately 215 yards of yarn and will be emailed to you if interested. Thanks!
  4. Looking for 2-3 people to test this pattern for me. It's a women's size small. I'm not sure if the yarn used in the pattern is still available, but any light weight cotton yarn could be used. Please send me a private message if interested. Thanks.
  5. Just came up with this new design and recently posted for sale on Artfire...I'd love to know your thoughts... Granny Square Chain Necklace
  6. Very cool, I really like the colors!
  7. I've just listed my new pattern for my Open Work Boat Neck Sweater in my Artfire shop HERE
  8. So I'm also a CPA and this time of year is always crazy for me, so I figured, why not make it a little more interesting... All items in my Artfire and Etsy shops are 15% off, now through April 15th, 2011 Just use Coupon Code: 2010TAXREFUND Thanks for looking everyone and many tax refunds to all!
  9. Very cute! I like the colors
  10. I have a shop on Artfire.com and you can have a Basic account there for free. You don't get as many features with the Basic as you do with Pro, but at least you could try it out for a bit without spending a ton. Hope this helps. You can check out my shop there below:
  11. Thanks for all the info everyone. I'm considering writting down and taking step by step photos of some of my designs to sell and will probably do both Etsy and Ravelry...once I get my butt in gear
  12. I give myself an hourly rate for the items I make, usually $12.00 an hour, plus the cost of materials.
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