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Jamie

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  • Birthday 10/12/1960
  1. I just bought the yarn to make a winter purse for myself, so count me in too!!
  2. I'm so glad you liked everything Bonnie! I had alot of fun making your scarf and having lived in Wisconsin once upon a time I know how cold it can get so I tried to make something that would be warm. And Misty, I found the pattern for the scarf here http://www.modadea.com/patterns/LM0120.htm but I didn't like the hat pattern that went with it so I made my own. It works up very nicely and was very simple to make.
  3. Most of her stuff is knit but she has incredible talent for design. http://www.whiteliesdesigns.com/
  4. This one is knit, I've made it for my cousin and it works up very nicely. http://www.sunshineknitdesigns.com/earflap_hat.htm
  5. Thank you Misty! My scarf arrived safe and sound today! Whatever risk you took must have paid off because it is beautiful! I love the shade of blue you picked, really gorgeous! Thank you so much!! I'll get the camera from my son tonight and get a picture posted so everyone can see how pretty it is, thank you again.
  6. How about a spiral? http://www.medidit.com/instrct/spiral.htm
  7. Sorry Empress, I was just trying to help.
  8. I found this one at ****** http://www.******/crochet/aproncro.html and this one on Celtwich's site http://www.angelfire.com/folk/celtwich/Apron.html this one's neat http://www.allsewnup.com/vintage-crocheted-apron/
  9. I've made the "Baby It's Cold Outside" sweater and I thought the pattern was very easy. It works up amazingly fast too! And talk about cute, it was the hit of the baby shower.
  10. Let me see what I have in my needle jug, Aunty M, I bought a set of Denise Interchangeables awhile back and don't use my other needles very often. If I can help at all I'll send you a PM, okay?
  11. You know what I do for dp needles, I go down to the craft dept. at Walmart and buy the birch dowels in the closest size to the needles I need. I cut them into whatever lengths I need the needles to be, sharpen them with a pencil sharpener and rub them down with some really fine sandpaper, you might need to put just a little paste wax on, but they work great for me.
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