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everkutz

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About everkutz

  • Rank
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  • Birthday 01/12/1961

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Kelley
  • Short bio
    Mom to 2 teenagers!
  • Location
    Central Florida
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting, crafts, sewing, and knitting
  • Occupation
    Appointment Coordinator for large Family Medical Practice
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    anything!
  • Crocheting since...
    Since I was about 6 years old
  1. These are very cute and your recipients will love them! I work in a doctor's office and when we are given homemade items from patients we get all excited! It just makes our day. You are very special, plus you must crochet with lightning speed!
  2. This absolutely AMAZING! My boss is a Notre Dame alumni and of course a HUGE fan and would drool over this 'ghan! I applaud your work!!
  3. I LOVE Kermit and this is very well done!
  4. You can purchase any of Carlinda Lewis's owl patterns and save $1.00 by using the word "owl" in the coupon area. You need to purchase by 1/2, I believe. I just purchased her very cute owl slipper pattern.
  5. I LOVE Kermit! You have done a wonderful job! Looks great!
  6. I just spent the last couple hours searching the Internet for the perfect shawl pattern for a coworker who was just diagnosed with breast cancer. Then I saw your shawl! It is the PERFECT shawl! I love the colors and I love the pattern! Thanks for sharing. I'll be making one this weekend.
  7. Here's the pattern I use: http://melaniebug.tripod.com/suzetta's_scrubbie.htm They are fast and easy to make! To make them more like the original poster's scrubbies, you can add more rows as you go around.
  8. Mary Jo, I stand to APPLAUD YOU! You've made 60 bags and given them all away! :clap:clap:clap:clap:clap You are an amazing, talented, and generous woman! 60!
  9. Your totes continue to be very pretty and colorful! It is simply amazing that this is tote #59! And you give them all away...YOU are amazing!
  10. I found mine at Joann's as well. I was totally excited to find it--it was on sale too!
  11. I made one of these bearded hats for my teen daughter. The hat was easy, but the beard was completely freehand/freeform and I only had to tear it out twice! The beard and mustache (I made the mustache separately and sewed it on) looks really good and it does keep your face really warm. My daughter looks like a man when she wears it and her boyfriend can't bring himself to kiss her when she wears it because she looks so much like a guy!
  12. I just wanted to say that I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, and cherish handmade items. I understand the time it takes to make the item and that it's made with love. I made a very large starghan in shades of purple-her favorite color, for my son's online girlfriend for the past 4 years. She lives in Pennsylvania and has often told him how cold she is in the winters. I offered to make the afghan and she seemed thrilled and gave him her favorite colors. TWO YEARS later...it is still here at MY house in Florida, in a box, while I continue to wait for her to give my son her address so we can ship it to her!! (she has several excuses for not giving him the address) Does she think we'll hunt her down/stalk her once we have her address? I don't know! I plan to donate the afghan very soon. I'm tired of it sitting here.
  13. Nothing is wrong. The Older/original Clover Soft-Touch hooks were labeled with the F being a 4 and the G was a 4.5 mm. But for the past year or so, the F is 3.75, G is 4, and there is now a 7-that is a 4.5. I have the "old" G and the new G, plus the new "7" so I have to be very careful when grabbing a hook!
  14. Go to Lionbrandyarn.com and you'll have to register if you aren't already a member. They have a couple patterns for this type of hat. Let me go look and I'll be back to tell you which one to use and which one not to...one came out HUGE. The eggplant colored cap called "BRIMMED CAP" came out very large. I used this pattern and then had to improvised to get it to fit my daughter. I used thin plastic for the brim (you find it at Dollar Tree or Walmart--it is found in the kitchen section and used as kitchen counter top savers or cutting mats) The pattern I found later, after I finished the Brimmed Cap, is called "NEWSBOY CAP" and is pattern number 50768. I haven't made it but I imagine I will in the very near future. My daughter loves this type of hat.
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