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sedie

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About sedie

  • Birthday 09/25/1968

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Sedie
  • Ravelry ID
  • Short bio
    I love to crochet! I write patterns and have gotten a couple accepted for publishing. Now, my passion is to help other work at home moms, like me, make crochet work for them! I have two children who keep me busy and happily grounded.
  • Location
    Lancaster, MA
  • Hobbies
    Crochet, Marketing, Small Business Development
  • Occupation
    Marketing Specialist
  • Favorite projects
    Women & Children's clothing & accessories
  • Crocheting since...
    since 2002
  1. Hi there! Just a quick question Has anyone here gotten paid to test a pattern? If so, what were the terms? If not, why not? Thanks!
  2. Hello all! I'm Sedie and I have a blog called Yarn Obsession which focuses on the business of crochet. The idea is that as we start our crochet businesses we tend to have a lot of questions that we either scramble to find the answers to or we just jump in and look later. At Yarn Obsession there's a free ebook on 5 Steps to Successfully Start a Crochet Business as well as tutorial videos, and information for the fledgling crochet business owner. I hope you come say hi when you get the chance. oh, I'm also working on a book to be release in about a week and a half on how to price your crochet. See you soon!
  3. YAY Rose!!! I'm so happy I could inspire you to this project! Have fun with it, cause it's a great cause. Just keep that smiling face in your mind and go for it!!
  4. Hi Oliveoil, That's exactly what I was thinking when I decided to design this one. I didn't want to get bored and I wanted the recipients to have variety! It was such fun creating the pattern and working it up!
  5. The 2012 Special Olympics Scarf Project, sponsored by Red Heart yarn co., is underway and I designed this scarf specifically for this project. Go to the Special Olympics Scarf Project website to find out more, and to see where in your state you can send a completed scarf or two or twenty! Chain Loop Special Olympics Scarf Pattern Instructions Chain 22 with Color A Row 1: DC in 3rd ch from hook, DC across, 20 sts, turn Row 2: CH 1, 1 SC in front loop of first DC, *8 CH, 1 SC in front loop of next DC, repeat from *, ending by changing to color B with SC in front loop of last DC, turn Row 3: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, turn Repeat rows 2 &3 8 times for pattern, 6 rows or looped sts At end of 12th row change to color A turn Row 13: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, turn Row 14: CH 1, SC in each st across changing to color B at end of row, turn Row 15: CH 2, DC in each st across, turn Row 16: CH 1, SC in each st across changing to color B at end of row, turn Repeat rows 15 & 16 61 times for pattern, ending with color B row Row 17: CH 2, DC in each st across, turn Row 18: CH 1, SC in each st across, change to color B, turn Row 19: CH 8, SC in back loop of 1st st, *CH 8, SC in back loop of next st, repeat from * to end Row 20: CH 2, DC in back loop of each st across, changing to color A, turn Repeat rows 19 & 20 8 times for pattern, 6 rows of chained st ending with color A DC row. Bind off, weave in ends and send!!! NOTE: This pattern is slightly longer than the maximum length of 60" so repeating rows 15 & 16 55 times ending on a color B row should reduce the length to guidlines. http://sedruola.etsy.com © Yarn Obsession, May 2011
  6. yarnobsession-2.blogspot.com
  7. http://yarnobsession-2.blogspot.com
  8. Hello all, I'm going to begin a blanket that needs to be three times as big as the chart I have to work with. Can anyone give me a link or an easy explaination as to how I can increase the size of my chart? My image is already graphed, but I'd like to know if I should count each square as two stitches or how I can make it larger. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks, Sedie
  9. Hi I'm running a contest on my blog http://yarnobsession.blogspot.com and the grand prize is a $60 gift certificate to a store of your choice. This may be a good opportunity for those of you who are coming off of your yarn diets to get a goodly amount of yarn. I'm hoping to change and enhance the look of my blog, so I'm offering this prize to the person who can design a banner and buttons for my new look. When you get to the blog, look in the right hand sidebar for the little link that says "button contest". Thanks and good luck. P.S. I wasn't sure if I could post this here, so if not, please let me know where would be a more appropriate place. Thanks. Sedie
  10. Yarn Obsession - http://yarnobsession.blogspot.com I subscribe to bloglines to keep track of my subscriptions http://www.bloglines.com Thanks!
  11. Very nice job on the sweater dude!!!
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