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  1. A pretty "cow" fleece blanket made with the EdgeryDoo squares.
  2. Now you can be an Angel even if you don't do Facebook! Please join us at our new Rav group! http://www.ravelry.com/groups/aubreys-angels-charity-crochet-knitting-quilting-sewing-and-crafts We would love to meet you, hear what craft you enjoy most, what you are working on, answer any questions you might have, and maybe join our blanket drive!
  3. Aubrey’s Angels is non profit, charitable ministry, in San Antonio built of love, to help meet the very special needs of precious sick babies and parents who are in need of a smile. We want each family to know, without a doubt, that there are people who love their tiny angels, are praying for them, and want to help by crocheting, sewing, knitting, and quilting hats, booties, afghans, mitts, angel layettes (burial layettes), diaper shirts, etc. working from home. We also make afghans, lap blankets, and chemo caps for chemo and dialysis patients in San Antonio. You dont have to live close to participate! We also make parent bags for moms and dads who spend an enormous amount of time in the hospital waiting room. Thank you and God Bless you for helping me continue this ministry! The group is named after my precious grandaughter, Aubrey, who left us to be with Jesus on March 18, 2011 at the age of 9 months. If you would like to join us or just drop by to see what we are doing and look around, please visit us at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/192813870824207/ New Angels are always welcome!!!
  4. Project Linus Conference 2013 is almost her (June 19-22), and while I could not fit it into my summer schedule, I still get to participate as there is a blanket challenge, and I finally finished my entry and will be sending it off today. Here is a blog post about it, and here is a photo:
  5. I did this set (Pillow, Rug, and Afghan) for my grand daughter, she loves sitting on her rug and playing with her toys there. The set has the square in softer colors, but I like the bright darker colors better. Would be great for children or in a sun room to brighten it up. It's available at http://www.sonsuray.com/afcat1.asp?type=baby
  6. Just finished a baby blanket for a co-worker who is expecting her first baby. I got the patterns from Leisure Arts "Make One for Baby" and I used Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly yarn. I did not care for the picot border so for the last row I did sc in one st, hdc in one st, 3 dc in one stitch, hdc in one st and repeated that all the way around.
  7. I'm out of work for a while on disability, and I've got some crocheting to catch up on. I am currently working on preemie blankets for badrhinogillett and the NICU project. Attaching a photo of some blankets I've finished. The two pink blankets in the photo already have a home. A friend I used to work with just had premature twin girls - born at a little under 29 weeks. The girls are doing fine - still hospitalized, of course, but breathing on their own and have grown from 2 pounds 15 ounces each to about 3 and a half pound each. I'm so happy that they are improving every day. I sent the two pink blankets along with 2 hats for each of the babies. I found a wonderful sale last week at AC Moore on Caron One Pound skeins - $5.49 each. I asked my shopper to stock up on one of each color for me so that I have plenty on hand for baby blankets and hats. The two finished pink blankets were washed on the gentle cycle and dried with a dryer sheet and also on the delicate cycle and they came out very soft.
  8. Free 12" Granny Square crochet pattern, easy to follow instructions. Use Granny Square for dish/wash cloths, placemats, coasters or make several squares and sl st together to make blankets etc, they have multi uses only fuelled by your imagination. Click link to get pattern. http://www.patternsforcrochet.co.uk/12-inch-granny-square-usa.html
  9. I started making this as a surprise for my youngest son when he was in middle school. Well, surprise! He's now a sophomore in high school. Here is my blog post about finally getting this project done (and setting my intentions for the new year) and a photo of the complete afghan and some of the pieces to be used in solve them.
  10. I am so hoping that one of my cousin's twins will be a girl. I gambled on it by making this crib blanket in girly colors. There's a link to the pattern on my blog post if anyone is interested. Thanks for looking.
  11. I made this for my son and his girlfriend to give as a wedding present. My hope is that it is used as a beach blanket (the couple getting married lives near a beach). This is my second time making this project (third if you count my first attempt which failed for a number of reasons). You can read my most recent blog post about this effort here (which includes a photo of the first effort as well), otherwise, here is a photo of the finished project:
  12. I'm really on a roll with my crocheting since I gave up playing cafe world on facebook. Here's my latest creation that I finished last night. Thanks for looking!
  13. So a friend of mine asked me to make her husband a blanket with an xbox controller. I, of course, took on the challenge. This is my first large graphgan, and I think it came out so good, what do you think?
  14. http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2011/10/chevron-baby-blanket-and-headache.html Chevron Baby Blanket
  15. http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2011/10/daisy-square-blanket.html Daisy Square Blanket Pattern from Design Adventures!
  16. I've designed a small baby blanket. At just 2' it's really quick to make and the perfect size for a baby car seat blanket or for the favourite family pet. [Pattern no longer available]
  17. Updated the blog again! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/10/helpful-hint-20-simple-projects-dont.html
  18. I used corner Entrelac to do this pattern by Cherri Lacey. I adapted each crocheted square to entrelac. The only problem was a million ends to tie in. Enjoy!
  19. Helpful Hint #16: Adhering to the K.I.S.S. principle! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2011/09/helpful-hint-16-when-it-comes-to-any.html
  20. dragonracer3


    Made this a while back.. like in.. Feburary I think. Anyway.. It SOLD on my etsy yesterday evening!! Woot!!.. Now I wanna/gotta make another.. NEED MOAR Camoflauge themed yarns!!!!@$#!@$#:cheer:cheer:cheer:manyheart:hook:hook:devil:hook:crocheting
  21. I'm trying to write up this pattern as fast as I can AND produce a couple of sample blankets to show how you can play with the colours. I'm immensely stressed This is my Tiles Afghan (seen in Show and Tell here) but in a more subdued colourway. It reminds me of the traditional blue and white Delft tiles from the Netherlands, so it's called the Dutch Tiles Afghan.
  22. New free pattern for spring from Designs by KN: Bunny-Ear Blankie
  23. Trying to use up my yarn stash (the bins of yarn in the basement are getting ridiculous) so I have been crocheting baby blankets for just about anyone I know that recently had a baby. HERE is a link to some photos of my most recent.
  24. Made this super cute set for Mary Scarlett. (Yes, I have made a lot for my friend's baby...I finally got an excuse to make super cute newborn girl patterns that I found while pregnant with my little boy ;-) ) Everything made with Lion Brand Cotton-ease. Blanket: V-Stitch, sc edge. Hat: LOVE this pattern! Well written, easy and super cute! 5 mm hook http://celticmommy.blogspot.com/2010/04/free-new-crochet-pattern-rib-wrapped.html Rose: Adds the perfect touch! 3.5 mm hook http://kimmerseyourself.blogspot.com/2010/05/crocheted-rosettes.html
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