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CroJulee

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About CroJulee

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  • Birthday 03/01/1988

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Julee
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  • Short bio
    I'm a 25 year old mother/wife/knitter/crocheter who just can't get enough of all things Yarn.
  • Location
    Ponderay, ID
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting, Knitting, Riding my Horse.
  • Occupation
    Stay at home Mom
  • Favorite projects
    Hat's, Dishcloths, basically anything that can be made quickly.
  • Crocheting since...
    20 Years

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  1. Alright. I think this is a good place for this question: What diameter would you make a RR in order to classify it as a throw? 50-60? Thanks for your help!!! Julee
  2. That's awesome looking!!! Really pretty. Thanks for sharing!! Julee
  3. Instead of slip stitching in the ch1, slip stitch in the top of the Sc right after the slip stitch. That's where part of your problem is. Also, you could be getting that other extra stitch if you Sc in the sl st at the end of the rnd. Hope this helps. :-) Julee
  4. Here are a couple RR Tree Skirt Patterns: http://smoothfoxlover.blogspot.com/2009/10/smoothfoxs-christmas-tree-skirt-free.html http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showpost.php?p=1070831&postcount=2231
  5. I'm not sure why your afghan would ripple. Hmmmm....... I'll do some thinking on that. I've been trying to get on the computer all day so I could write out the 6 point RR but boy friend has been on the computer all day long. Sorry about the rippling. I'll pm you tomorrow after I've had a little rest. Thanks Julee
  6. You can find my Granny Round Ripple Pattern at the following link Alnee. Sorry to keep you waiting. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/granny-round-ripple-afghan Thanks Julee p.s. I'll have to post a pic of the progress on the one that got it all started.
  7. I'm 22 and I've been crocheting for 17 years (since I was 5). Julee
  8. Ok, I figured out what the name of the color is: The name of the color is "Fiesta Ombre". The brand is Peaches and Cream. Julee
  9. Oooh, It's something my mom got from walmart. It's Peaches and Cream. I forget what color it is though. Sorry. If I can find the tag later I'll let you know. Thanks Julee
  10. I agree. It's super cool. I love it when my pot holders work up like that. It's just so neat. Julee
  11. Here are a couple of pictures of a smaller pot holder I made for my mom: Front: Back I LOVE how the colors worked out in this one. Julee
  12. I get all sorts of awesome pooling and flashing all of the time. I didn't know there were words for it though. I'll get some pics and post 'em here some time. Way Cool!! Julee oh
  13. Ohh, Darski, That's SOOOO cute!! I wish I had a doll to crochet for. Anothe A++++++++++++++++++ design!! Thanks for sharing!! Julee
  14. My Grandma taught me how to crochet when I was 5 years old and I am 20 now. It's kinda funny, now I'm the one teaching her and her friends things about crochet and I've also taught some of her friends how to knit. I'm also the knit/Crochet guru in our family so all my aunts and cousins call me if they're having trouble with something. I really enjoy it. Julee
  15. Thanks for posting the pattern Ann!! I'll get a few worked up for ya!! Julee
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