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Nikki Ranson

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  1. Hello and Welcome to the Forum! I'm Nikki, 32, Wife and Mother from the United Kingdom We are a friendly bunch here at the Crochet Ville! I hope you enjoy it here, as much as the rest of us do!
  2. Hello and Welcome to the Forum! I'm Nikki, 32, Wife and Mother from the United Kingdom We are a friendly bunch here at the Crochet Ville! I hope you enjoy it here, as much as the rest of us do!
  3. Hi there and welcome to the forum. I'm Nikki, 32, Wife and Mother from the UK. Been crocheting since 2014, and recently in 2018 have taught myself to cast on and do the knit stitch when it comes to knitting! But like you, Crochet is faster than Knitting!
  4. Hello and Welcome! I look forward to chatting and seeing you around the boards x
  5. My first gift of 2018 is a newborn baby blanket for my nephew's fiancée.... I was thinking pastel colours for a sunburst granny square for a baby girl
  6. Awww good job, I love his mat and his toys! Such a cute pooch too!
  7. Wow this is amazing, I've always wanted to make (well attempt) a dollie, however never knew that you could use sewing thread?
  8. I'm scared it may fall apart, I know that sounds daft, but it's my first ever massive project and the overall cost to make was £400!
  9. some were a lot harder than others, but well worth it
  10. I know, just nee to decide what backing to put on it
  11. Thank you hun, hence my reason for not being on the forum for a while lol
  12. Will this start up again in 2018. I've never taken part before and would like to join
  13. Welcome to Crochetville! My name is Nikki, 32, Wife and Mother from the UK. I look forward to seeing your makes in the show and tell section! Happy Hooking xx
  14. Welcome to Crochetville! My name is Nikki, 32, Wife and Mother from the UK. I look forward to seeing your makes in the show and tell section! Happy Hooking xx
  15. Welcome to Crochetville! My name is Nikki, 32, Wife and Mother from the UK. I look forward to seeing your makes in the show and tell section! Happy Hooking xx
  16. Welcome to Crochetville! My name is Nikki, 32, Wife and Mother from the UK. I look forward to seeing your makes in the show and tell section! Happy Hooking xx
  17. So after a long 15 months of a lot of tears and cursing, I have finally completed 112 squares, all with different stitches and techniques and sticking each one with a border on and sewn up together and stuck a border on. It's finally complete! This is bigger in length of my double bed, which I'm sure you can see in the photos! I'm super proud of myself for not quitting on this, don't get me wrong there has been a few times, where I've given up, but I would put it down for a day or and two then go back to it!
  18. After my heart blanket, the same friend had asked me to make her friend's cat a blanket for Christmas. As she and her friend always bought stuff for each other's pets for Christmas! It measured 30" by 30" She was over the moon with it! I thought I would share it here!
  19. Hi, I'm unsure of which one you are referring too, however how about this one? https://www.garnstudio.com/pattern.php?id=5488&cid=17
  20. A friend at my local craft club, asked me to make a crochet blanket for her great niece, big enough for her cot! I followed the tutorial for Bella Coco’s Granny Heart tutorial for the heart squares and created some plain squares too! Then crocheted it together and stuck a granny stripe border on it.
  21. Nikki Ranson

    Cat Blanket

    I have a cat and I had some 25g balls of yarn, that I couldn’t use for bigger projects, so I chose all the colours, that a cat can see! Which when doing some research, found out was Green, Red, Blue and Yellow! The cat very much loves sleeping on it!
  22. I was asked to make baby blanket for a friend, for her friend who was expecting a baby, however she and the expectant mother didn’t know what she was having! She wanted to leave it as a surprise! I used variegated yarn, in brown tones. Once completed the corner to corner stitch, I stuck a shell edging border on!
  23. Thank you ladies, it was the husbands input to change it to an M, I was just going to do a checkered effect!
  24. Thanks ladies, It's great to be back!
  25. Don't they just and thanks hun
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