richsgirl

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About richsgirl

  • Rank
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  • Birthday 05/08/1975

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  • Location
    Wisconsin
  • Interests
    Reading, crochet, playing with my kids
  • Occupation
    mom
  • How long have you been crocheting?
    2004
  • Favorite things to crochet
    Blankets,toys,dolls,kitchen and bath,
  1. It is super cute. I never saw anything quite like that. Very novel and adorable. Sounds like you are gearing up for one busy month!
  2. Oh my gosh that is so cute. I love the expression on those dolls. I have a couple here waiting for wardrobes. And the turkeys are super cute too!
  3. They are sooooooooooooooooooooooo cute!!!!!!!
  4. Very Pretty! I love crocheted baskets.
  5. How? just....how?? I want to coordinate colors like you!!!
  6. Wow its gorgeous! Did you follow the color scheme in the pattern or make your own color combo?
  7. VERY cute. Love their expressions!!
  8. I crochet all kinds of things all year long. I make what I feel like at the time even if its an afghan in July!
  9. Adorable!!!!
  10. For the first time EVER.... I know who's getting it!!!!!!
  11. I couldn't agree more! It...is incredible
  12. Its called crochenit beautiful baby afghans 6 designs. It's an annie's attic booklet. This one was the last pattern in the book. I just made it into a bigger afghan than what the pattern called for.
  13. I have noooo idea what the stitch is actually called. It was a pattern in a crochenit baby afghan booklet. Most of it entailed yarning over and taking 3 loops off the hook then chaining 1. It was easy. If you want the name of the booklet let me know.
  14. My 20 year old daughter Mea made this for her baby sister's one year birthday. She does not use patterns. She just thinks about what she wants to make and makes it. I have no idea how she does it!!
  15. This afghan was 4 years in the making! My son was 10 when I started it and is now 14. Whew. Of course I haven't been working on it non stop for four years but had 2 children and a grandchild during that time period. I am really happy with the way it came out. I love the reversible look. They have a cabled crochenit hook which is what I used for this. The edging he picked out of a book of afghan edgings. No idea why he wanted the purple in the edging but that's ok! Extremely looking forward to moving on to smaller projects....like slippers. My crochetville bag held it all though! Both skeins of yarn and the full size afghan!