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A.c. Wilson

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About A.c. Wilson

  • Birthday 10/19/1977

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Anna Wilson
  • Ravelry ID
  • Short bio
    crochet, crochet, crochet
  • Location
    Florida
  • Hobbies
    crochet, photography, crochet pattern design, nature, wildlife
  • Occupation
    homemaker/nurse
  • Favorite projects
    toys, dolls, amigurumi
  • Crocheting since...
    1983
  1. I can test this for you as well mommy.made77@gmail.com
  2. mommy.made77@gmail.com I would be happy to test for you
  3. It was in the template lol I would think the fun of testing is worth it...at least to me
  4. If you are still looking for pattern testers I would love to help
  5. Garden Fae intermediate/advanced Materials needed for Garden Fae: E hook (wings) F hook (or hook needed to obtain a tight enough fabric that stuffing doesn't show through) tapestry/yarn needle (weaving, attaching, embroidering etc) 6mm safety eyes (you can embroider) 3/16" wooden dowel to provide neck support (you can use chopsticks) fiberfill ww acrylic yarn in color choices for skin sport weight yarn in color choice (dress) (instructions provided for ww as well) Fun Fur in color for hair (or use acrylic yarn- your imagination is your only limit!) Floral stem wire (wings, arms) a healthy imagination! I need at least 3 testers. Each fairy takes less than a day to complete. I would like any feedback within a week of receiving the pattern from me. I will be sure each tester receives the edited pattern as a thank you! ******Thank you again to all my awesome tester friends !!!!!
  6. Melody the Mermaid intermediate/advanced Materials needed for Melody: F hook (or hook needed to obtain a tight enough fabric that stuffing doesn't show through) #7 steel crochet hook (for fishnet) tapestry/yarn needle (weaving, attaching, embroidering etc) 9mm safety eyes (you can embroider) 3/16" wooden dowel to provide neck support (you can use chopsticks) fiberfill ww acrylic yarn in color choices for tail, skin, hair, starfish #5 crochet thread for fishnet a healthy imagination! Melody can be made in a day or two. i need to know if more photos are needed, counting errors, did I emit something etc. I would like to have results withing a week of receiving pattern. I need at least 3 people to test this pattern. I will be sure each tester gets the edited pattern as a thank you! Pattern is in pdf format Thank you! ****UPDATE: I have been busy since the birth of my grandson and I apologize for not returning to Crochetville for so long! My daughter and her children have moved back home with us which has us a little upside down still. This is CLOSED. I appreciate all who helped test this pattern! I will post again if I need testers in the future, but with the grandkids that could be awhile!
  7. Hello this is my first request through Crochetville for pattern testers Noko the Troll is a pretty big guy. He is worked mostly in the style of amigurumi; unjoined rounds. The pattern is written and has a few photos to help along the way. Materials needed for Noko: F hook (or hook needed to obtain a tight enough fabric that stuffing doesn't show through) H hook (short pants) K hook (vest) 1 1/4 " shank style toggle button (vest) tapestry/yarn needle (weaving, attaching, embroidering etc) 9mm safety eyes (you can embroider) 3/16" wooden dowel to provide neck support (you can use chopsticks) fiberfill ww acrylic yarn in color choices for skin, short pants #6 super bulky yarn of choice (vest) Fun Fur in color for hair a healthy imagination! I assume the difficulty is about intermediate to advanced? I would like to have any notes from you within a week of receiving the pattern for Noko. You can make a Noko the Troll with ease over a weekend. I am looking for any input at all. Does there need to be a photo to explain something? Is the count off somewhere? Does it seem like I emitted something? Any input! I cannot offer any money but I will be sure you receive a copy of the edited pattern for free! Pattern is pdf format. I need a few people, maybe 3? All replies will receive a response. (I have more patterns needing testing too!) Thank you!! ****Super big thank you to my awesome tester friends!
  8. Hi everyone in Crochetville! I've stumbled across this site many times over the years and now, I'm finally a member. lol I am a kid of the 70's who learned to crochet and knit in the early 80's as a young girl from my Nana (great-gma) at her house during school breaks in Washington state. Nana would sit and watch her shows (soaps) and I would watch her create amazing things...so of course I had to learn! I put down the needles over time and found I preferred crochet. Over the years I have picked up and put down the hook due to life but now I find it as an addiction! I am always telling my poor husband, "just let me finish this round/row" lol I worked as a nurse and sustained a neck injury, crochet helps me live past the pain This last year I have really put more focus into designing and I am always looking for people to try my patterns! I started a blog last year for my crochet patterns and I feel mildly accomplished for that I have a small following on my Facebook page that helps keep me motivated and an etsy shop to help earn even more yarn money! I have 3 monsters (10yo boy, 17yo girl, 20yo girl) 1 grandmonster (4yo girl) and one on the way! I have 2 muppies (Pinky and Pumpkin), 3 kittles (Alice, Bigs & Willow) and a big Grumpy monster I can't live without! We live a pretty simple life out here in the country of SW Florida where I attend local festivals etc to sell the product of my addiction...gotta earn that yarn money! We are hopefully moving out to Oregon next year if all the stars align... so I may have to actually start depleting my yarn stash before we move *gasp I am all outta stuff to say i think lol
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