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TheresainMN

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  1. What a great idea! Thank you for sharing. I'm going to make a few for a friend.
  2. Very nice. I especially like the waffle top one.
  3. Hi ~ I am looking for a pattern that I had printed years ago but is missing from my collection. I believe it was called Child's Warm Winter Hat or Warm Winter Hat. It was worked from the bottom up with a sc rib. Once the ribbing was done it was it was seamed together and the hat was worked in the round from the bottom up. I thought the hat pattern was by Dot Matthews but I'm not finding it anywhere and its possible I am remembering the author wrong. TIA 😃
  4. Thank you ☺️ I love how the color scheme turned out.
  5. Thank you, it was a great pattern to follow.
  6. Very nice job. I like the look of squares but I hate tucking all those tails! 😂
  7. This is so precious! I love it. 😃
  8. Your blankets are beautiful and so is the sentiment and labor of love you put into them. I have a question... do you make them and give them to the chemo department to use over and over with patients or do you give them to the patients to keep?
  9. I made this Afghan for my sister in law from the Attic24 free pattern called the Cozy Stripe Afghan. I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby. I didn’t measure it but it fits lengthwise in a twin bed.
  10. What a beautiful labor of love. They will be treasured I'm sure. ❤️
  11. Very neat! Looking forward to seeing the finished afghan.
  12. Thank you for the reply. Yes, working across, cutting and then keep the work right facing. I worked the slanted afghan in the back loops only and the one I started tonight I am using back loops only too. I guess I'll work it for awhile and see how it goes. Thanks again.
  13. Good evening. I am wondering why when I work an afghan across (without turning) the finished afghan slants even thought the stiches line up to form the pattern. Specifically I am talking about this pattern. It is a pattern that my grandmother did frequently, one for each of her grandchildren. Because it was special to her I wanted to master the pattern to make some for my kids. I used the pattern a few years ago to make an Afghan and it’s slanted. I didn’t notice it at first and all of the stitches line up in order to form the diamond shape it wasn’t until I was about halfway throu
  14. Love it! I've only ever done one round ripple but it wasn't quite this big. I bet it was cozy to sit under while you worked on it.
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