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About emeraldmoon

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  • Birthday 11/29/1965

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  • Hobbies
    Crochet, quilting, beading, sewing
  • Occupation
    customer service
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  • Favorite projects
    doilies, beaded purses, my own creations
  • Crocheting since...
  1. Thanks everyone.. It is good to be back..
  2. Well it has been many moons now since I have been on this site.. Just wanted to get back into the groups and chat with others on crochet, share of pattern, our work etc.. Hope all has been doing well.. Cathey
  3. I am trying to find a baby bunting bag that is done in stripes and with a zipper. All I can find are ones that are too girly and are done with shells. Does anyone know where I can find one?
  4. I started doing one of these like this four years ago.. I had put it away and just came across it in the attic. I plan on working on it again.
  5. That is really cool... What is the link to the pattern?
  6. Inside the December 7th issue of the magazine is an article on a young lady about how she started crocheting. They have mentioned in the article Crochetville as well as Raverly and Crochet pattern Central.. Bummer that they didnt post a pattern though. Anyway thought it was cool and a great storty too...
  7. We are trying to get caught up in the show.. Just watched this episode the other night. That one is actually woven. At times it looks knitted, but than when it gets a real good close up you can tell its woven.
  8. I love the way you did this bag..
  9. Crochet garden has toddler sizes.. Here is a real cute dress: http://www.crochetgarden.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2&products_id=220&zenid=942c34d33b515901857a1298882e79b0 Plus here is alot more from her as well. Even though they say under baby, the patterns will go up to toddler/children sizes.. http://www.crochetgarden.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1_4&zenid=942c34d33b515901857a1298882e79b0
  10. Last night my son in law was bored and wanted me to teach him how to crochet.. Uh that was so much fun, when he had a few beers already in him. My daughter decided to learn too, she picked up real fast, she is now on her third row of dc and making a small lapghan. My son in law kept ripping out what he was doing, he is all thumbs, he did get a chain made though. Now I just hope to see my them continue, especially my daughter.
  11. I love this pattern, I make it all the time using a N hook. Makes it more lacey..
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