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judianne

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About judianne

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  • Birthday 12/15/1948

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  • Real name
    Judy
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    Near the Shore in New Jersey
  • Hobbies
    German shepherd lover, reading, crocheting, writing, knitting (beginner)
  • Occupation
    wife, friend, mom, writer
  • Favorite hook type
    Aluminum
  • Favorite projects
    everything - except fitted wearables, beaded crochet or jewelry
  • Crocheting since...
    1970

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  1. Hi, peeps! Mona, I always shied away from making hats - then realized I hadn't;t been following the directions properly. The size of the yarn and hook plus our own tension make a huge difference in the size of the finished product. I'll be giving a batch of baby hats and the GS blanket to the NICU. Also added some green hats for St.Patrick's Day. My next baby ghan is for the christening blanket project. I'm using the Hydrangea pattern from Attic24, a first time for me. Once I finish this, I'll work on a colorful baby blanket - It's a reward to myself for using white to make an entire blanket.🤣
  2. Well, I have a batch of NICU hats (including some green ones for St. Patrick's Day) and the GS blanket ready to drop off with the Nurse neighbor... Now I'm making another Christening blanket. This time I'm using the Hydrangea pattern from Attic24. I've always wanted to try it. Super easy!
  3. Ugh....frogging an entire dress! But the dogs are soooo cute! Cindy and Bailey, the heart dishcloths are perfect! And Bailey, I can't believe you made that St.Patricks Day bear! You're so skilled at these things😍
  4. Thanks, Mona! Blending different colors is often trial and error for me, since i never plan beyond the next row🤣
  5. Thanks ladies! Bailey, you definitely get some great ideas! Perfect hot pad, I'm thinking😍
  6. Here's a 30 inch blanket for the NICU inspired by a pattern from the Patchwork heart. I had some neutrals I was gifted and used them here.
  7. 30 inch square blanket for the NICU. Inspired by the Patchwork Heart and completed with some yarn I was gifted.
  8. Hi ladies! Thanks for the compliments on the hats - I DO love working with color! And Bailey and Mary Jo - wow! I can't seem to get myself in gear to do that much fiddly work any longer, but I really LOVE the doll dresses as well as the hearts and Leprechaun outfit. It's something how we all seem to have a "thing" that motivates us. Makes me happy to see all the work...we'll never lose our crochet mojo!
  9. I have some pretty thread waiting for my attention, also... Meanwhile, I used some more of the odds and ends I was gifted to make beanies for the NICU. I used E through G hooks.
  10. Here's where more of my odds and ends of yarn are going...beanie making, from using an E hook to an H.
  11. Thanks, ladies! I'm having fun with the bits of colors I was gifted a while back😍 LOVE these!!!!
  12. A small blanket for the NICU. Lots of times they use them to cover the isolettes. I was gifted lots of different colors from a couple of sweet ladies. These are most of the purples. Next ones will be yellow, gold, etc. I used the cozy stripe pattern from Attic24
  13. A small blanket for the NICU. Lots of times they use them to cover the isolettes. I was gifted lots of different colors from a couple of sweet ladies. These are most of the purples. Next ones will be yellow, gold, etc. I used the cozy stripe pattern from Attic24.
  14. Welcome, Neutral Ground! My name is Judy - and I gave up on trying to make rectangles for WUA. I could never get them the right size. Now I make beanies and blankets for the NICU where my neighbor works, as well as christening blankets for my church, among other things.
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