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About AmbassadorCrochet

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  • Birthday 03/01/1972

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    I am a homeschooling mom of 6 children. I have been designing my own patterns for approx. 5 years and I love coming up with new ideas. Textured stitches are my favorite!
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    crochet, photography
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    Crochet Pattern Designer, Homeschooling Mom
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    Girls items
  • Crocheting since...
    Learned to crochet in 1977, crocheting steadily since 2001, designing my own patterns since 2007.
  1. WOW! Thank you for all the warm welcomes. I think I'm going to like it here.
  2. Supplies: Sugar & Cream Cotton yarn - 1 skein "Aloe" Sugar & Cream Cotton yarn - 1 skein "Vanilla Bouquet" Size "I" crochet hook 1/2" Soft Stretch Elastic Headband Cut elastic to 20.5". Measure around head and sew to make a ring. (You can easily make this adult size by adding anothe 2" to the elastic. You will also need to add extra stitches to the pattern (which is very easy to do). With green yarn: Attach yarn, to elastic, with sc, (ch1, sc around elastic), repeat 65 times, ch1. Flip headband around (turn, keeping the stitches you just crocheted on top). You will now be crocheting back around the opposite direction. Sc in ch1 space, (ch1, sc in next ch1 space), repeat around to beginning. Fasten off. Flower With yellow: ch5, join with a slip stitch to form a ring. Round 1: ch1, 10 sc in ring, join with slip stitch to 1st sc. (do not turn) Round 2: ch3, (2dc, ch3, slip stitch) in same stitch, skip next sc, *(slip stitch, ch3, 2dc, ch3, slip stitch) in next sc, skip next sc, repeat from * 3 more times, join with slip stitch to beg sl stitch. (5 petals) I tied flower to headband with the yarn ends.
  3. Hi, my name is Kristine. I'm a homeschooling mom of 6 children (1 boy & 5 girls). My mother taught me to crochet when I was 5, but I didn't pick it up again until I was in my 20's (I'll be 40 shortly:party). I've been designing my own patterns since 2007. I can't wait to meet some new crocheters!
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