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Eisbärin

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    garments, like jumpers etc.
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    A blanket I made a little while ago - Moroccan tiles

    Hello Mari Alice and thanks for the help magiccrochetfan! The pattern is available on its own as well as in the kit. I bought it separately but in hindsight it would have been cheaper to buy the kit. Good luck with the project, if you do it, it is very rewarding but a lot of work!
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    Hook Brand

    I know this is an old thread but I am curious if anyone here is using Furls hooks? They seem to be excruciatingly expensive but I bit the bullet and got one of their budget range Odysee (spelling?) - still 30$ plus shipping to the UK was expensive but they give a "hand health guarantee". I am so in love with this hook I want to know more about their other ranges now. I suffer from Rheumathoid Arthritis and my hands don't get tired anymore and I seem to be much faster too. Maybe I need to save up and buy more sizes as I only got 5mm one and might need other sizes for some projects... I would love to hear from anyone with Furls hooks and their experience!
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    Label/Tags

    I would totally use this, but as I only give to family and friends they would know it was said with a smile but still meant and would take it in good humour. I might actually do this... I do papercrafts and cardmaking too and it would be quite easy to recreate this...
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    A blanket I made a little while ago - Moroccan tiles

    thank you everyone, very kind!
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    A blanket I made a little while ago - Moroccan tiles

    Thank you very much!
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    Jumpers I made for my boys

    Thank you everyone!
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    Hello from Oklahoma.

    Hello and welcome from another newbie here. Wow, lots of children and adults to crochet for! Have fun!
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    Hello from Florida! :)

    Hello Sabrina, I'm new here myself and just wanted to say welcome
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    Jumpers I made for my boys

    Thank you!
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    A blanket I made a little while ago - Moroccan tiles

    Hello Lynn, I made a mistake it's called Persian Tiles blanket not Moroccan. You can find it on ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/persian-tile-blanket
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    Jumpers I made for my boys

    Hello, I hope I am posting this in the right section of the forum (I'm still new here...) I wanted to show you two jumpers I made recently for my two boys (9 and 11yo). They really like them and wear them lots if the weather allows. The patterns came from interweave crochet mag.
  12. Hello, I wanted to share my first project pics with you and show you the blanket I made. It's been a labour of love with all the colour changes, sewing together and weaving in ends but I hope you agree it was worth it.
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    German crocheter in the Uk - saying Hello!

    Thank you so much for the warm welcome! I shall try to put up a few pics of my makes when I get the time and when I am at my own computer at home as I am accessing this from work right now Have a lovely week everyone!
  14. Thank you all for your suggestions, I am a member of ravelry and will check there, but I am thinking it will probably be a lacy scarf or cowl. Thanks again and have a great week everyone!
  15. Hello everyone, this is my first post here, so please be gentle I have a good half skein of a gorgeous magenta coloured fine yarn left from an old project. I don't know what it is exactly but I think it's fingering weight/lace weight or slightly thicker and think it's a silk blend. It's too nice to be used for anything too gimmicky in my opinion. I normally crochet garments (tops, cardis, jumpers, hats, scarfs) and the odd home decor piece (blankets, cushions, baskets) and tend to like modern styles. Has anyone got any recommendations for what I can do with this yarn? Many thanks in advance, Alex
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