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    Kath Hewitt
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    Hi, I'm 35, married with 2 kids aged 11 and 9.

    I've been crocheting for a couple of years now and have just released my second pattern through Ravelry.
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    since around 2014
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    changes all the time
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  1. This pattern is to make a cheeky slogan blanket, perfect for those days when you just need a cuddle! You can use any hook and any yarn you wish. I used 3.5mm hook with Womens Institute Premium Acrylic DK yarn. My blanket measures approx 54” wide x by 44” length and used 10 x 100g skeins. Pattern includes chart and full, stitch by stitch written instructions which makes it easy to follow, even for beginners. Come check it out in my Ravelry store https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cuddlefs Thanks Kath x
  2. This is the latest thing I made. A tablet/ipad pillow! Iwould love to know what you think.The pattern is available at Ravelry if anyone is interested :-)


    1. Peggy85225


      That's very nice.  So useful.

    2. kath261


      Thank you :-)

  3. kath261


    Hello Mississippi! Hi from Wigan :-)
  4. kath261


    Hi and thanks. I'm just getting to grips with all of this :-)
  5. kath261


    Hi everyone, I'm Kath, I'm from Wigan in the UK. Just saying hello :-)
  6. Hello to everyone :-)

  7. Hi, Please check out my pattern for a Tablet Pillow in my Ravelry store. Sit back and relax, handsfree, with a cute pillow just for your tablet or Ipad! This pattern is for a triangular pillow made using any aran/worsted weight yarn and a 4.5mm hook and is suitable for most sizes of tablet or Ipad. Perfect for a stashbusting project! It can also be easily made larger or smaller using different hooks/yarns. This pattern would suit most ability levels plus there are plenty pictures and I can be contacted easily if you have any questions. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tablet-pillow Thanks Kath
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