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tween

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About tween

  • Rank
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  • Birthday 02/17/1984

A Few Things About Me

  • Short bio
    I was born a poor first & last to a yarnless hookless & uncreative family & then I grew up to be....
  • Location
    South Dakota
  • Hobbies
    YAS, PAS, frogg'n, HAS & oh yah.. crochet!!
  • Occupation
    To be happy happy happy!!
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    So far.. flowers for the flower exchange
  • Crocheting since...
    since August 11th 2004
  1. These are the 2 I made for this season. I really enjoy making them, so maybe if I get finished with other stuff I'm working on, I'll make more! This one, I made a while ago, & posted it with a penguin I made. http://www.tweenhookz.com/4chris/stuffesz%20006.jpg This one, I made up, & attempted to make a regular snoman hat, but it ended up a beret.. So I kept up with the sorta french theme, & gave him a funny lil french mustache, & used darker based colors. His buttons or pom poms aren't as crocked as they lQQk in the pic... http://www.tweenhookz.com/2006/snoguy3%20004.jpg
  2. WaaaHooo!! I've been waiting ALL December for this Mary Jo!!!! *stares at the pix for hours* *sighs* Gorgeous!! I lQQk soo forward to your tables!! This one is amazing!! Thank you for all the wonderful holiday wishes!! and the same to you & your whole family!!! Even Tampa Guy!! Err...uh...I meant, especially Tampa Guy!!
  3. WOW, those are amazing! Great work!!
  4. I have this book & I luv it!! So many idea's & great patterns made sooo easy to follow!!
  5. I'm in!! I luv this project!! Here's a copy of the guidelines. Scarf guidelines: Size: approximately 60” long and 5” to 8” wide. Scarves should be long enough to be wrapped around the neck with tails long enough to be tied in the front. Style: Think unisex collegiate. Fringe optional. Should drape, tie easily and be soft. Color: Red! This could mean burgundy, cherry, russet, red stripes with other colors, multicolor hues including red. Other unisex colors, including black, navy, gray, teal, olive or gold, are also welcome to be included. Finished & tagged: Yarn ends securely sewn in.For the personal touch, attach a tag saying “Handmade for You” with your first name, city, and group affiliation, if any. Donors have also included washing instructions, messages of encouragement, and gift cards/burger bucks/book of stamps.
  6. I have the book too, & I like most of the patterns in there. It was a great idea you had darski!! If anything, it opened up tons of possibilities for me! Its got my mind work'n overtime!!
  7. Very nice Maryjo!! I luv it! Hey, tell john, or... hmm... don't tell him... but I saw a crochet pattern for a humidifier for cigar humidor, online. I honestly don't remember where, but I did see one!!
  8. Stunning!! You are so gifted!!
  9. I made this today from this pattern: http://www.crochetmemories.com/patterns/dollmenu.php It was very fun to make! Very easy too!! MY kind of pattern!! I haven't blocked it yet, so its not "ready" to display, I just wanted to share, anyway!! http://www.tweenhookz.com/4chris/pilgrim%20girl%20002.jpg
  10. tween

    Turkey!

    I made a turkey, used scraps. Pattern located here! http://www.crochetmemories.com/patterns/thanksgivingmenu.php
  11. I made this for a friend at one of my jobs. She bought the yarn & I crochet'd it! It was a freebie pattern at the store. By Red Heart called "Choice Afghans". This one is called Shaded Panels & its done in 5 panels then you sew 'em together, like a MAM I guess. I dunno for sure bcuz I've never made a MAM or an afghan for that matter, except a skull one for my cousin, from a graph. This was NOT as easy as it lQQk'd! LOL, but once I got the hang of it, it went ok, lots of sewing, which I hate, but that went fast too, I guess...eventually....towards the end... LOL She bought RHSS & Bernat Silk yarn. The bernat silk I had used before, & while I know the yarn snobs will scoff at me, but I really like working with it, & the drape is wonderful. I like the way both yarns are shiny & no splitting like happens with SS sometimes. IMHO. The colors she chose were camel, sage, celery, violet & pink. The pix don't really do it justice, again IMHO, but I'm showing them off anyway! http://www.tweenhookz.com/4chris/4Chris2%20004.jpg Folded over a chair http://www.tweenhookz.com/4chris/4Chris%20003.jpg Flung over the couch http://www.tweenhookz.com/4chris/4Chris2%20002.jpg close up of the stitches. Hope you like it, & even if you don't go ahead & tell me why. I can take it! (x posted to CPlist & Craftster)
  12. Those are ALL gorgeous!! WoW, I luv 'em all. Great work!!
  13. woohoo maryjo!! Both are awesome!!
  14. What an adorable cheesey ham!! Nice skirt/poncho too!! but I gotta admit.. the 2nd thing I noticed was the caron simply soft on the couch!! *drools*
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