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fangirlflails

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About fangirlflails

  • Birthday 04/07/1994

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Rachel
  • Ravelry ID
  • Location
    North Carolina
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting, Knitting, General Crafting, Playing with my Nephews/Niece, Creating things.
  • Occupation
    Crocheting
  • Favorite projects
    Hats/Stuffed Toys/Pillows/graphghans
  • Crocheting since...
    Approx. 7 Years
  1. It is from the Red Heart Stripes collection, and the one in question is called Cancun.
  2. I apologise for the photos, they were the only ones I had, but pineknott has successfully identified it for me
  3. I have no clue what the dye lot is or even the brand name. I picked up about half a skein at the local thrift store because I loved the colors. If anyone knows the brand name I would be extremely happy. I am in love with this yarn! http://instagram.com/p/e3HmRNKQnK/ http://instagram.com/p/e3Uf4BqQrl/
  4. I'm in Beaufort Any other Crystal Coasters?
  5. I'm looking for a very basic diaper cover pattern. I'd like for it to have two buttons for fastening instead of just one button in the middle.
  6. I am aware, but I do not know how to do that, hence the question.
  7. I've been commissioned to make a TARDIS hat, and I have a picture and a pattern that I will be ad-libbing from, but I cant really figure out how I should do the words. Here's the pattern/photos on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/crochet-tardis-hat Any advice?
  8. *waves awkwardly* Hey dere. I'm Rachel, but most of my online friends call me Kat. I am 19 years young and I reside on the very very east coast of NC. I started crocheting about 5 years ago as a freshman in highschool. I saw a senior learning crochet for her senior project and I knew that my grandmother had been a very skilled yarn worker, so I forced my mother to teach me the basics, and within days I had already surpassed her skill levels. I mostly enjoy making hats, second only to stuffed toys. I have made one afghan [if you could even call it that. It is very unevenly proportioned, but hey, it is really warm!] and I am currently working on another in my spare time. [i also make scarves sometimes too.] I'm not really big on reading patterns, [unless it is a chart, I love charts. I've even made a few of my own!] but I know how to, so when I absolutely have to, I can. Most of the time I just wing it. I have a basic hat pattern that I use, and I will normally just follow a picture of the character or design I am attempting to create at that time. Sooooo yah. Hi
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