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Niña de Ganchillo

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    beanies, character hats, blankets
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    Trio of Harvest Angels

    Love them, they're so pretty!
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    Halloween Beanies

    Thanks for the links Reni, I'll check them out.
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    Halloween Beanies

    Thank you both. Fun to make now trying to figure out what to do next. What are you (Legal Woman and Tampa Doll) working on?
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    Halloween Beanies

    Here's a picture of a couple halloween beanies I finished recently. A candy corn beanie and a pumpkin beanie. What do you think?
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    New to this forum, but not to crochet :-)

    Hi Tilly! New here too....welcome to you.
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    Halloween Buddies

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    My book "fadenkunst" (thread art) will be published soon

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    Thank you all for the warm welcome. I can't find the 2018 wish list, will keep looking though. Need a new project to start.
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    Meet Frank & his new toys:)

    This post put a huge smile on my face, Frank's lucky to have you for his grandma lol.
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    Chemo blankets

    Gorgeous blanket and wonderful cause, simply awesome!
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    New member

    Hi Sally! New here too. My name's Nina nice to meet you.
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    Hello and thank you for sharing your community with me. I'm an avid crocheter and have been crocheting for about 18 years. I taught myself by getting a beginners book on crocheting and my very first project was a ripple afghan in colors of rose, blue, Burgundy, and cream. After that I was "hooked". I learned how to do the granny square and would make blankets out of granny squares and also entire blankets with the granny square pattern. Over the years I tried different things and discovered I really enjoy making beanies and character hats they are very quick, easy, and fun to me, and there was a time I made them for infants as well as people with cancer- I plan to do that again actually and encourage others to do it as well as it's one of the most rewarding things I've done in my life. Although I've learned a lot there is still so much I don't know but am excited and willing to learn. I'll do my best to help others here if I can and look forward to seeing all the wonderful creations being made and sharing mine too. Blessings. Nina