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Lynn77

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About Lynn77

  • Rank
    Junior Villager
  • Birthday 05/25/1953

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Lynn
  • Short bio
    Have three children all grownup and married, first grandson born February 2014
  • Location
    Queensland, Australia
  • Hobbies
    crocheting, knitting, sewing and machine embroidery
  • Occupation
    mother and wife
  • Favorite hook type
    Aluminum
  • Favorite projects
    afghans and doilies
  • Crocheting since...
    since I was about 10
  1. Would this be it? https://www.cookiesnobcrochet.com/home/bean-stitch-beanie It's a free pattern but the yarn isn't as thick as in your picture.
  2. On doing a search on Ravelry I believe it is this one - Lacy Throw Rug by Terry Kimbrough from the book Leisure Arts #102640, Crochet Collection
  3. Thank you so much RubyRed! I have been searching all day! You are the best! Now I can go to bed - where I am it is 11.30pm, so I can now rest easy. I really appreciate you replying! By the way, have you ever made it, and if so, did you find the pattern enjoyable? I love challenging ones, but sometimes it's good to have an easy one too!
  4. Thank you Empress Busy Bee - those patterns are very similar. I do have those ones so I may have to choose one of those. Yes I did see it on Pinterest and so far haven't been able to trace from there. Thank you RubyRed. So far I haven't been able to find a picture from the book to see if this is indeed the one I'm searching for and no luck searching the web either. I don't want to purchase the book until I know for sure that it's the one. I do own heaps already and it's always the way - the one you want you just don't have!
  5. Does anyone know the name of this afghan and where I can obtain the pattern from?
  6. I purchased a handmade teacosy recently in an unusual pattern and have been searching everywhere for the instructions so I can make myself one. Can anyone identify the attached pattern? I think it could be a slip stitch herringbone or similar. Thank you! Daffodil Daisy
  7. Found this - it is a handbag, but you could use it as a guideline - http://mkcarroll.com/2006/04/crochet-bacon-and-eggs-handbag/ and another - http://www.beansproutcreations.com/2008/07/09/crochet-breakfast/ :)Hope these help, Lynn Sorry, just noticed the date of this - this is probably too late!
  8. How about these? They aren't granny squares though There's one here for $3 on Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/who-cooks-for-you-owl-potholder And this one - http://www.freevintagecrochet.com/potholder-pattern/lily59/owl Hope these help, Lynn:)
  9. Thank you so much for such a beautiful pattern! They look almost too good to use for dishcloths, would look nice decorating the sink!
  10. Here's some - http://megan.kiwi.gen.nz/BowlCover/ http://www.lullabiesandlace.com/freepatterns.html http://www.jpfun.com/patterns/free/kitchen/f118007shooflycover.shtml http://www.jpfun.com/patterns/free/kitchen/f118005sunburstglasscover.shtml If you do a search here at Crochetville, I am sure you will find some, sorry I don't have the time at present to look for you, hope you can maybe find one from these will suit. Lynn
  11. I have that pattern in the book Blue Ribbon Afghans from America's State Fairs. It is an old book - a 2003 first edition. It is called Bargello Afghan, but does look the same as in the pic posted by Lucyf.
  12. Thank you so much for this free pattern, will have to really start saving my bags. Lynn
  13. Thank you, it does looks close, but not quite. I just may have to try by the picture.
  14. I have just spent hours looking for this picture on the web to no avail. I had it saved in "my pictures" and now I don't know where it came from. Can anyone help? I would dearly love to make it. Has anyone seen this pattern?
  15. here's another - http://www.modadea.com/patterns/LM0224.htm
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