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    🙏 "Trust in the Lord with all your heart 💗 and lean not on your own understanding." Proverbs 3:5
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    Wife, Mom, Nonny
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    Yarnology ergonomic
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    Mosaic Crochet & Prayer Shawls
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  1. @Apak, it was actually much easier than it looks and I enjoyed it very much!
  2. Welcome! Crochet is my therapy! 🧶💗
  3. Granny Square, the glasses are actual miniature glasses I just happened to have around. 🤗 It pays to save things... sometimes!
  4. I made this blanket for our fur baby who is terrified of storms. It was done in the Mosaic Crochet technique. I chose this because Mosaic Crochet tends to have more weight to it than usual projects. This pattern is called Viking Knot. I made a mistake, which I didn't see until very far along, and ended up leaving it because it looks like Thor's Hammer (last photo). Pattern by Tinna Þórudóttir Þorvaldar
  5. My new crochet love is Mosaic Crochet. This afghan was my first mosaic project. It's called a Queen CAL. Pattern by Tinna Þórudóttir Þorvaldar.
  6. Meet my new helper! She keeps my notions neat next to my chair!
  7. 🌻I began crocheting about 37 years ago. I taught myself knitting & crocheting with "how to" booklets. We didn't have YouTube back then!!! I quickly discovered that crocheting was for me...and knitting was not. There IS a difference. I have great respect for knitters! For many years all I made were baby blankets... basic baby blankets (they are very forgiving for beginners 😉). I then progressed to pretty afghans. 💝Fast forward to 2008! My youngest son was born. He was our "late in life" blessing! While expecting him, my passion for crocheting was re-ignited! I moved into hats, booties,
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