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  1. Thanks to all for answering. I had seen the bag posted on FB so was just curious. Since then, I've found TampaDoll's postings here on the ville.
  2. Hubby and I made a trip down to South Padre this weekend, so I took along a couple of projects. It was about an 8 hour drive from Waco, so I was able to finish a dress for my great niece and a hat for someone, haven't really decided yet.
  3. Beautiful work, Judy & Mona. Judy, I have a shawl just like the one you made, same colors!!
  4. Can I be better late than never? I just found this thread and would love to join in. I've been working on so many things lately, a lot of them for swaps. I've done two swaps here. First one was Starts with a.... and I have to tell you, that's such a fun swap! If you've never done it, give it a try! For that one, For that one, I made an owl basket, owl keychain, kitty amigurumi, and I can't remember what else. My last swap (fave color), I made a shawl and 3 scarves. Got on a roll with those scarves and just couldn't stop. For an Easter gift, I made a basket with a bunny and made a pink ruffle
  5. I'm in Waco. There's 2 groups I know of and you can find them both on Ravelry or facebook. Here's the links: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/hot-spinners--weavers - this group meets twice a month, once at Panera's and once at another restaurant I can't think of at the moment. The web site says Books A Million, but it's out of date. This group is for all fiber arts including crochet, knit, spin, weave. Another Waco group is Waco Knitters but they are actually crochet & knit. Here's the link to their ravelry page http://www.ravelry.com/groups/waco-knitters They meet twice a month at Sout
  6. Thanks for satisfying my curiousity Christie! And congrats on being an official member!
  7. Okay, so I saw where someone was welcomed into the club of Official Crochet Bag Ladies. Now if someone can tell me what this is, I will be a happy camper and maybe even become one myself, lol.
  8. Not sure if you're still looking, but this is a great easy pattern http://thishousewifelife.blogspot.co.il/2013/11/trinity-stitch-wristers-free-pattern.html
  9. I think the pattern may be a folded crocheted circle with chain stitches used to make beak and legs.
  10. here's a free one http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/bevs-slouchy-hat.html
  11. Crochet Pattern Central has lots of free patterns.
  12. I tried a google search and it gave links for some places that still carry it.
  13. from central Texas and welcome!
  14. from central Texas. Welcome!
  15. Heather, and a big welcome from Texas.
  16. Hi, Angela, and welcome! My husband and I visited Kansas this summer on our way to Mount Rushmore. Everyone told us there was nothing to see in your state but were they ever wrong! We spent 3 days there; thoroughly enjoyed the sights and met some of the friendliest people there!
  17. Hi, Carol, and welcome back to CV!
  18. Hi from central Texas and welcome! Have you tried a search on eBay for your yarn? Good luck finding it!
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