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Hui Lian

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  • Birthday 05/26/1977

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  1. Hi all, I just made my first infinity scarf using the lacy textured pineapple motif in many of my designs. Let me know what you think. As I live in sunny Singapore, I have never used one before. What is the typical length and width of one? The one I made is about 60 inches long and 8 inches wide.
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    Lacy handbag

    That is so beautiful!
  3. Hi all, thanks for the positive comments for this design. I have finally put up the pattern in my pattern store on Etsy and Craftsy.
  4. HI Crocheters out there, Still looking for testers. The two testers who have agreed to test the pattern for me have not replied to my emails after receiving the pattern files. I am upset about the testing not progressing. If anyone out there is still keen to test the pattern, please pm me. Thanks.
  5. Gorgeous colours! Must put you in smiles when you use it =)
  6. Hi all, I have just finished writing the pattern for the this bag design and am looking for pattern testers. If you are keen to be my tester, please pop over to the forum thread and send me a message there. Thanks =)
  7. HI all, I have finished writing up the pattern for my Lacy Tote Bag. I am looking for pattern testers. Please refer to the details below: Pattern Information Pattern Description: This is a crochet pattern for a tote bag. Pattern Style: Written in US terms Skill Level: Intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Sample in pattern was made using about 3 balls of 100g acrylic yarn using 4mm hook or size G hook. The bag measures about 14 inches wide and 16 inches deep (excluding length of straps). Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 2 weeks Deadline: 7 May 2015 Tester Experience: Should have experience testing or making crochet bags. Tester Responsibilities: Testers are expected to complete the project as indicated in the instructions, point out inconsistencies or errors in the written instructions; make suggestions to clarify instructions should the written instructions seem unclear or conflicting; take photos of completed project. Testers may choose to make the project in a yarn of different weight and a bag of a different size. What is important is to complete the project including the bag topper and bag straps. It would be good to line to bag. Any Special Software Requirements: PDF reader Compensation Testers will be provided with a soft copy of the final pattern file once all amendments are made.
  8. I love the magic loop method and use it for circular knitting of all sizes. A long cord would allow you to make items of all types, be it flat or circular. I bought a set of interchangeables from Knitpicks and love the needles.
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    Spring coasters

    Very beautiful and bright!
  10. Thanks for all the positive comments =) The pattern is now available in my Etsy, Craftsy and Ravelry stores.
  11. Hi all, I have just completed a new bag design with textured pineapple motifs. I used three different coloured yarn to create an ombre effect with black and greys. The handles are made of two layers of different coloured yarn and joined using slip stitches. The contrasting colours are shown on the top of the handles. What you do think?
  12. I am still looking for testers =) Would you like to test for me? Pm if you are keen.
  13. Hi there, I have my patterns on Etsy, Ravelry, Craftsy and Crochetville. I agree that Etsy generates the best sales for me, followed by Craftsy and Ravelry. I have a couple of sales from Crochetville, but the cashing out policy is troublesome.
  14. Hi there, It is done in crochet. =)
  15. Hi there, If you are keen to test but worried about meeting the deadline, how about considering completing a smaller project? I only need the instructions for the square as well as the border to be tested. The actual size of the project does not matter to me.
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