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Sara Martin Griffith

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  1. Can everyone keep a look out for the patterns of the links I have attached? I found the pictures on sites that are not in english while surfing the internet I translated what pages I could but there is not any mention of a pattern. I am in the process of crocheting a Christmas village and would love to have a nativity scene to go along with it. These would be perfect or something very similar to them. Thanks and Happy New Year.



  2. Kathy,

    Thank you for your prompt response, and I thought about that, but then the trim is too short for the dress and it doesn't look good. I feel like that there is couple of rows missing.  I have emailed Annie's with this and hope they can help me.  Once again, thanks.

  3. I am making this bed doll for my niece for birthday which is in 2 weeks, so please, please help me.  I will type the area I am having trouble with below this message.  At the end of row 16 it says pick up 3 ch-7 loop at end of last 3 odd-numbered row, ch 3, turn.  I have been picking up the ch-7 loop on rows 15, 13, & 11. When finish this section of lace trim, I only have 3 holes, where the photo is showing 4.  I will try to attach a picture and mark the areas I am talking about.  The instructions in the pattern are: It won't let me paste them so I will attach the files.  Thanks Sara





  4. Yes, I have called Annie's Attic and they couldn't help me.  I was hoping there would be something in the pattern to tell me who did the picture and hairstyles, but there is not.  I have called, searched and searched again with no results.

  5. Hi, my name is Sara from Natchitoches, LA.  I am a 57 year old grandmother of 5 and mother of 3.  My paternal grandmother taught me how to crochet when I was 9 years old. I also, cross stitch, knit, tat, quilt, sew and embroidery, but crocheting is my first love. My passion is the Annie's Calendar Bed Dolls and have been working on them for my nieces and granddaughters for several years now.  I also really enjoy the filet crochet.  Trying new things is a way of life for me. For example, I may go into a store and find something I really like, but instead of buying I try to figure out how it is made and if successful, do it myself.  I am looking forward to being a part of you. Thanks

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