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About Debbi-a1

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  • Birthday 07/19/1968
  1. Updated with 2 posts. Direct links below. Purse I made this weekend. Project Idea Help with an idea I had this past week to help me with my crocheting. Debbi
  2. If you don't have an account with Ravelry this pattern said : This pattern was adapted from a Lion Brand Night and Day Poncho and a Caron Brand Ruffle Scarf with Bliss. Day to Night Poncho -- you need a lionbrand login, but it's free. This has a hood. You can make it in one color instead of two if you want.
  3. Lots of good ideas. You could also do a cape or cloak or capelet and then add a hood from a hooded scarf (lots of hooded scarfs out there). Just sew it on separate if the scarf pattern is separate.
  4. Updated my blog with a Dog USB stick cozy. http://debbia1.blogspot.com/2010/03/dog-usb-stick-cozy.html Debbi
  5. . Updated with my finished Green & White Short Sleeve Sweater.
  6. Updated mine with an Easy Shawl I made this weekend. http://debbia1.blogspot.com/2010/02/very-easy-shawl.html
  7. Updated with another pair of socks I finished. http://debbia1.blogspot.com/2010/02/socks-yes-another-pair.html
  8. Updated today with 2 posts. Sea Shell/Tea Wrap - finished this shawl. Mitered Shawl Started -- yep, started another one. Debbi
  9. This is good to know. Thanks for sharing.
  10. Crocheted 5 more snowflakes. direct link: http://debbia1.blogspot.com/2009/12/5-new-snowflakes-28-32.html
  11. Marci, I saw that booklet. However, those snuggies you made are probably wonderful anyway. And there's always other chirstmases. dewbaby, that looks great! Mine is still just yarn (except 2 skines I used for a vest and another I started something but probably won't finish...). Maybe after christmas. I have an afghan to finish for a friend for christmas. I would love a crochet one for me. The fleece one I bought I don't like. It was a store brand one. It works to keep me warm, but I'd prefer a crochet one. Debbi
  12. Adult mittens and Hat - direct link to the post. I made these this weekend for me to keep me warm in the mornings.
  13. I still haven't started mine. But I want to. Just keep seeing other things I want to crochet:blush. I just finished a sweater with the sleeves attached, it was hard to work with, and I turned my sleeves, so I could just sort of turn them, but working on the inside of the sleeve wasn't that easy even without turning the entire sweater. I was thinking the next time I do something like this, I'll make the sleeves separate and then sew them on. I've done that before, it's not really that hard to wipstitch them. I hope I remember to do it with this snuggie also. So that might be an ide
  14. Melody, that is beautiful. You did a great job. thank you for sharing. I like that yarn too.
  15. Cheryl, I bought a cheap one at a store (that's why I decided to make my own--it was way cheap:P--not even the ones advertised on TV) but I"ve used it because they're so nice and fuctional, I can be warm and crochet at the same time. Anyway, it goes beneath my feet. Which I like, when I sit in a chair, I can cross my legs and my legs and feet stay warm. So when I stand up if I don't want to take it off (to refill my water), I just toss it over one shoulder because it would drag on the ground. Also would be great for laying down for a while (maybe to read, I love to do that), because then t
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