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ChainOFools

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About ChainOFools

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 01/14/1968

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Kiki
  • Location
    Ontario, Canada
  • Hobbies
    Crochet, knitting
  • Favorite hook type
    Handmade
  • Favorite projects
    Afghans, baby clothes, amigurumi, just about anything really
  • Crocheting since...
    Since 1991
  1. Thank you to the Elf who sent Christmas greetings to my inbox! Thanks for thinking of me!
  2. Thank you so much to the elf from Dubuque IA who sent me the most beautiful blue square for my friendship ghan! Thank you so very much for thinking of me!
  3. Thanks so much to the elf in New Britian CT for the cute Christmas card! Thank you for thinking of me!
  4. I received a beautiful glittery snowflake from a wonderful elf in Schaumburg, IL, thank you so much!!! I also received a gorgeous square from an amazing elf in Chesapeake, VA, thank you!!!!
  5. I have received wonderful recipes for shortbread and fudge from a wonderful c'ville elf, thank you so much!!! I also received a beautiful peachy square for my 'ville ghan and card from a marvellous elf in Ashland PA, thank you!!! I also received a beautiful Christmas card from an amazing elf in Kingman, KS, thank you!!! Thank you all so much, you have no idea what a wonderful pick me up these have been for me!!
  6. I wanted to say a special thank you to the Elf who gave me a yummy-sounding recipe for chewy chocolate chip cookies, I can't wait to try!!
  7. I have been RAOK'd!! I can't believe I got 3 wishes granted!! Thank you so much to the wonderful Elf who gave me a yummy-sounding recipe for Chicken Florentine, I can't wait to make it!! Thanks also to the marvellous Maine Elf who gave me a recipe for crock pot chicken, which sounds too tasty!! And last but not least, thank you to the fantastic elf in Stafford VA who sent me the most gorgeous purple square for my 'ville friendship ghan!! Thank you thank you all, you have no idea what a giant pick me up that was for me!!
  8. ChainOFools

    Little doggy

    What an amazing likeness!! You did a great job!
  9. Okay, Here goes... Thanks so much for taking the time to read my list, and for your shipping consideration, I live in Canada: Simply Soft yarn. I love this stuff and can't find it where I live. Thread Snowflakes for my tree. A card from you. 8-inch squares for my 'ville friendship ghan. The Crochet Dude's Flying Afghan pattern. A 'sheep' tape measure. Anything from the Crochetville Cafe Press store. Any patterns to fit a 14" Berenguer Lots to Love Baby doll. Sock yarn. Size 10 crochet thread, any colours. I hope everyone has a safe, happy and healthy holiday season! **I have been RAOK'd!! Received: A gorgeous purple square, a peachy square, 2 yummy chicken recipes, chocolate chip cookie recipe, shortbread and fudge recipe, thank you!!****
  10. I'm ChainOFools here and Kikisticks on Ravelry...
  11. Thank you both so much! Linda, that was the designer I was thinking of, it's nice to know she sells those booklets on her own as well, thanks! Empress, as usual you are so thorough!
  12. I'm looking for patterns for the Lots to Love babies. A while back I know I saw some pattern books on Annie's Attic, but of course now that I want them I can't find them...are there any links or sites I could try, or is there anywhere else I could find the pattern books? I have the 14" doll. Thanks in advance
  13. That looks great!! I love that pattern, it's my current favourite! I bought the book, but you can get the pattern for free here at this site if you don't have the book. There are some other cute patterns in the book as well.
  14. My husband and I love this show! I noticed that not only does Emma knit and crochet, she also does tunisian crochet, and there are tons of different afghans and doilies in Emma and Oscar's house. It must be hard for the continuity people though, because if you look carefully, you can notice she is often in different stages of knitting through various scenes, and sometimes has switched from crochet to knit or even has different needles in the same scene, but I suppose only us eagle-eyed fibre artists would notice that or even care! My husband will go around the house saying "you should be quittin' knittin'" all the time.
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