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  1. If you're in the Windsor, CT area, Creative Fibers is having a sale! This is a great LYS - very crochet-friendly. http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=8nyn6ebab&v=001wGH4ADbzDTviDpJEymDxvHZB6_9FzF_jzohf08FVYPG_a_drk6hwB0XTufeGBtQkw-x_LBQ0N1ZHJHCJ7JTEgTG-QQ0_aoYuAFRtoGroLzzdg_IoyyWY4g%3D%3D
  2. The pattern for the Owl Bag/Purse is now in my Ravelry shop & my Etsy shop
  3. Tester Found Thank You. The bag could be for an adult or for a child it's not big but not too little. You can use different colors but I would suggest no bright variegated for the body of the bag a flecked tan or brown would be fine though.
  4. The new Bulldog pattern is now available on Etsy I'll add it to Ravelry shortly as well.
  5. Designer Studio Spotlight: Tracie Barrett Crochetville User ID: TracieCrochets Website: Fibers by Tracie Blog: Fibers by Tracie Blog © 2011 Amy Shelton and Crochetville LLC. All rights reserved. All photos © 2011 Tracie Barrett. Used with permission. The next stop on our tour of designer studios is the workspace of crochet designer and instructor Tracie Barrett. Tracie is one of our hottest new professional crochet designers. She received the Crochet Liberation Front's Flamie award as Best New Designer of 2008. Her designs have been featured in Interweave Crochet magazine, Crochet World magazine, and on the Coats & Clark and Redheart websites. Tracie has also taught classes at CGOA's national Chain Link conference, and she'll be teaching at Chain Link Minneapolis this July. Tracie has even begun teaching classes for us here at Crochetville, where her Southern Lights Cowl class was incredibly popular. Let's take a look at some of her designs. Click on the links to purchase any of them. The fabulous Southern Lights Cowl: Fionnuala Cowl: Guinivere Choker: Now let's take a look at the space where Tracie creates her fabulous designs. If you've ever despaired because you don't have a lot of space in your home for your crochet work, take heart! Tracie's studio shows us very well how it's possible to be incredibly creative and productive in a small amount of space. Crochetville: Tell us about your studio. Tracie: My studio space is in the corner of my bedroom. I made my desk using a plank of shelving wood on top of two filing cabinets. It's simple and holds the important things I need for the business side of things. I also rely on bulletin boards and white boards (as evident by the corner of my room). I also use a lot of calendars (also evident). My work table is an old kitchen/dining room table that was a display piece at a shop. It's sturdy and light colored which helps when I'm working on afghans or in dark yarns. I keep my hooks and Tunisian hooks (and the occasional knitting needle) in glass vases with glass stones in the bottom. I also love the table top caddy. I got it from Joann's, but I can no longer find it online. It has a large center opening which is stuffed full of various things I need when I'm working. The outer pockets hold my scissors, ruler, pens, and other things I need at arm's reach. The comfy chair I got at Rooms To Go (It's the Avelar Recliner in Peat and was around $400). Crochetville: What are your favorite things about your studio? Tracie: I love that it is compact and organized. I don't have a lot of space, but I make do with what I have. I'm able to work here 8-10 hours a day and get a lot done. Also, the sunset photo was taken by my niece and I love being able to look at it throughout the day. Behind me while I'm working is a large sliding glass door that lets in a lot of light (although in the summer it also lets in a lot of heat). But when I need a break, the view out the window is awesome. Crochetville: Why did you choose the items in your studio? Tracie: The table was gifted to me when I moved in. The desk I came with and I liked how little space it took. The chair is a more recent addition, but it's the perfect comfy chair to crochet in both during the day and the evening. Crochetville: How do you have things organized? Tracie: Yarn is in bins under the table and is sorted by fiber primarily. Tools are up on the table and current projects are within arm's reach. All computer related stuff is by or in the desk. My files are typically organized in the cabinets. I also have a storage unit on the other side of my room which holds various things I rarely need, books, and swatches. Crochetville: How do you use your studio? Tracie: My studio is in my bedroom, so it's used all the time. I design in here, I plan lesson plans in here, I play around on the computer and I watch TV in here. Crochetville: Are there any things you'd like to add? Tracie: More space! Seriously, this whole room is 225 sq ft. There is talk of building a "Florida Room" off the back where the sliding glass door is. If this happens, it'll nearly double my space and I'll move my studio out there. Until then, I'm staying very very organized in a tiny bit of space. Crochetville: Is there anything you'd like to change about your studio? Tracie: See above. I sometimes think about rearranging things, but there's only so many places the furniture can go. So, it'll likely stay like this for a while. Crochetville: Now let's take some time and get to know Tracie a little better. Tracie, when and how did you learn to crochet? Tracie: I taught myself to crochet when I was a teenager. I moved quickly to thread crochet because it was summer here in Florida and yarn was too hot. Crochetville: When and how did you become interested in being a designer? Tracie: I decided to become a designer in 2007. I was crocheting again a lot, and had already started making up my own patterns. I thought it would be neat to be a designer and needed to get away from my very busy job. So I jumped and did it. Looking back, I'd have kept a part time job for a while to make the finances work a bit better. Crochetville: What are your favorite items to design? Tracie: Accessories. Here in Florida, we don't have much use for sweaters. But accessories can get a lot of wear and finish off an outfit. Crochetville: What are your favorite fibers to work with? Tracie: Bamboo, cotton, linen, very lightweight yarns Crochetville: What are your favorite crochet hooks? Tracie: My favorite go-to hooks are my Tulip Etimo hooks I bought at the 2009 Knit and Crochet Show. I actually get sad when I can't use them. If I'm unable to use them, I'm a total Boye girl. Crochetville: Tracie, you sound just like me! I discovered the Etimo hooks at Chain Link, too, but bought my first last year. I finally got around to ordering the complete set just a couple of weeks ago. Before Etimo, I was also a dyed-in-the-wool complete Boye fangirl. Now, is there anything else you'd like to share with our readers? Tracie: I'll be teaching a class on Organizing Your Space at the Summer Knit and Crochet Show in MN. If you're interested in hearing the details of how I do this, and great ideas for how you can get organized no matter how big or small your space, I hope you'll take the class! I hope you've enjoyed this tour of Tracie's studio and the opportunity to get to know her just a little bit better. We hope you'll continue to join us as we spend time with other designers through the rest of 2011. Designers, if you'd like Crochetville to feature your studio in an upcoming article, please send me a PM or use our Contact Us form to let us know of your interest. I'll send you more information about what we'll need you to send us. Until next time, Amy Suggestions for future studio spotlight articles: If you have suggestions for other designers whose studios you'd like to see, please post your suggestions here. Directory of Studio Spotlight Articles (alphabetically by last name) Tracie Barrett Edie Eckman Melissa Horowzewski
  6. Milketta Moolove is a cute heifer or young cow who already grew her horns. Her younger sister is Cowletta Moolove. Milketta's muzzle is needle-sculpted and the result is pretty lovable and precious! If you would like to purchase the pattern, here is where you will find it from Mon-Thurs. every week: http://friendsofcraftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/04/milketta-moolove.html
  7. Hi I need to testers for the Lion I would like testing to be done by Monday after next that gives 7-8 days for testing. If you cannot finish in time please don't ask to test. Sorry my pics are not very good I need to take some outside but my sprinkler is going
  8. Finished... finally... After many requests for a pattern of my Braidlets, I have wonderful news... I have finally finished the pattern and it for sale at my Etsy shop. :cheer I wrote this pattern with you in mind… (I used to teach a beginning crochet class) with clear colored photos, showing you how to crochet with wire and beads. Along with easy to follow step-by-step instructions, as if I were sitting right beside you If you are a crocheter and/or a jewelry designer, and you want to learn how to make my Braidlets… This pattern is for you... 1 easy to follow pattern... create 3 different Braidlets. **Beginning crochet, braiding, and beginning jewelry knowledge is helpful for this pattern. You may purchase my pattern at my Etsy shop - http://www.etsy.com/shop/crochethooked
  9. The newest pattern is available in my Etsy shop. There are 2 choices of wings in the pattern http://www.etsy.com/listing/71407592/crochet-pattern-flower-fairy-doll
  10. * *Sorry, this giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to Cindy R., Dawn C. and Cyndi K., the 3 winners of the National Crochet Month Pattern Giveaway! Stay tuned for more special deals and giveaways from Made With Love by Jackie Moon! * * In celebration of National Crochet Month, I'm offering 3 lucky winners their choice of any 3 crochet patterns from Made With Love by Jackie Moon! That's $15 worth of FREE original crochet patterns!... No purchase necessary to win. *All purchases, (including free patterns) made on Made With Love by Jackie Moon through 3/31/11 are automatically entered to win. You may also enter by completing my New Account form and signing up to receive my email newsletter! For more information on this pattern giveaway, please click here!
  11. This is a video pattern link to a basic baby cocoon. This is my own design so i hope you like it
  12. It took me a little longer than expected, but at least there's still more than a month until Easter. Check out my new Bunny Patch pattern. Makes me want to do more bunny outfits!
  13. Hi I'm having a sale in my shop. If you find a pattern you'd like that isn't listed on sale please let me know. It's a lot of work to change all the listings To get to my shop just click the shop link in my siggie. Thanks for looking
  14. Happy Hoppy Frog is here! I really love this guy He stands 7 1/2" tall roughly. My sample was made with Red Heart Super Saver in Spring and Cornflower. Happy Hoppy Frog is on sale at http://www.CraftyDeb.com through 2/28. He is also available at Etsy however it's on sale at my main site
  15. Had this pattern for sale in my shop but decided to make it free. Hopefully more people can use it now. Materials: “E” Crochet Hook “F” Crochet Hook for large size wrist warmer 2 Skeins Sassy Stripes - Crush or comparable yarn. Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends Stitch Marker Stitches Used: Ch, Sl St, Sc, FPDC, BPDC. Always check your gauge!!! Gauge: 5 sc = 1 inch 6 sc rows = 1 inch Pattern Notes: Do Not join rounds unless instructed to do so. Be sure to mark the The 5 ½ feet of yarn you measured off before chaining 32 will remain connected to the work to be used later for edging. This makes at least 2 less ends to weave in later. Sc next 2 Sc together - counts as one stitch. Instructions: Right Hand: Measure off 5 ½ feet of yarn, Do Not Cut!! Bundle up yarn and tie in a way that will keep the yarn neat and tidy but that will allow you to use later. Ch 36 (Leaving the yarn you measured off for an edging). Join with sl st in first Ch. Make sure the ch is not twisted. Rnd 1: Ch1, Sc in same st as Sl St and in each Ch around, Do not join. Mark first St of each rnd with marker. (36 Sc) Rnd 2-16: Sc in each Sc around. (36 Sc) Rnd 17: Sc in next 7 Sc, Ch14, Skip next 4 Sc, Sc in last 25 Sc. (32 Sc, 4 Skipped Sc, 14 Ch) Rnd 18: Sc in each Sc and Ch around Rnd 19-21: Sc in each Sc around. (46 Sc) Rnd 22: Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 2 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together (Sc in next 3 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together) around. (36 Sc) Rnd 23-26: Sc in each Sc around, Join with Sl St to first sc- marked sc. Sl St around post of first Sc. (36 Sc) Rnd 24: Ch3, BpDc around next Sc, (FpDc around next Sc, BpDc around next Sc) around, Sl St in top of Beg Ch 3, Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3. Rnd 25-32: Ch3, BpDc around next Dc, FpDc around next Dc, BpDc around next Sc) around, Sl St in top of Beg Ch 3, Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3 (omit “Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3" on rnd 32). Fasten Off and Weave in ends. Thumb: Rnd 1: Join yarn in the 3rd Sc of Rnd 17, Ch1, Sc in same space, Space 22 Sc evenly around thumb opening, Do Not Join. Mark first St of each rnd with marker. (23 Sc) Rnd 2: Sc in next 2 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 15 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 2 Sc. (21 Sc) Rnd 3: Sc in next Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 15 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next Sc. (19 Sc) Rnd 4: Sc in next Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 13 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next Sc. (17 Sc) Rnd 5- 8: Sc in each Sc around. At end of last rnd, Join with Sl St to first sc marked sc. Rnd 9: Sl St in each Sc around. End with Sl St in first Sl St. Fasten Off. Weave in ends. Edging: Using length of yarn measured off in beginning, bring up a loop in the opposite side of base chain, Chain 1, Sc in each loop of base Chain. (You will have 36 Sc for the edging around the fingers). Instructions: Left Hand: Measure off 5 ½ feet of yarn, Do Not Cut!! Bundle up yarn and tie in a way that will keep the yarn neat and tidy but that will allow you to use later. Ch 36 (Leaving the yarn you measured off for an edging). Join with sl st in first Ch. Make sure the ch is not twisted. Rnd 1: Ch1, Sc in same st as Sl St and in each Ch around, Do not join. Mark first St of each rnd with marker. (36 Sc) Rnd 2-16: Sc in each Sc around. (36 Sc) Rnd 17: Sc in last 25 Sc, Ch14, Skip next 4 Sc, Sc in next 7 Sc.(32 Sc, 4 Skipped Sc, 14 Ch) Rnd 18: Sc in each Sc and Ch around Rnd 19-21: Sc in each Sc around. (46 Sc) Rnd 22: Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 2 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together (Sc in next 3 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together) around. (36 Sc) Rnd 23-26: Sc in each Sc around, Join with Sl St to first sc- marked sc. Sl St around post of first Sc. (36 Sc) Rnd 24: Ch3, BpDc around next Sc, (FpDc around next Sc, BpDc around next Sc) around, Sl St in top of Beg Ch 3, Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3. Rnd 25-32: Ch3, BpDc around next Dc, FpDc around next Dc, BpDc around next Sc) around, Sl St in top of Beg Ch 3, Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3 (omit “Sl St around Fp of Beg Ch 3" on rnd 32). Fasten Off and Weave in ends. Thumb: Rnd 1: Join yarn in the 3rd Sc of Rnd 17, Ch1, Sc in same space, Space 22 Sc evenly around thumb opening, Do Not Join. Mark first St of each rnd with marker. (23 Sc) Rnd 2: Sc in next 2 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 15 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 2 Sc. (21 Sc) Rnd 3: Sc in next Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 15 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next Sc. (19 Sc) Rnd 4: Sc in next Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next 13 Sc, Sc next 2 Sc together, Sc in next Sc. (17 Sc) Rnd 5- 8: Sc in each Sc around. At end of last rnd, Join with Sl St to first scmarked sc. Rnd 9: Sl St in each Sc around. End with Sl St in first Sl St.Fasten Off. Weave in ends. Edging: Same as edging for right hand. This Pattern is copyrighted to Julee Reeves, December, 2008. Pattern is for personal (gifts and that sort of thing) and charity use only. If you would like to sell the finished item please contact me for permission. If permission to sell the finished item is granted it may not be sold online (only at craft fairs, farmers markets, Etc. ). Thank you!! Julee Reeves (J.R. Designs)
  16. This pattern is available for sale in my Etsy shop or for automatic download in my Ravelry shop just in time to get ready for valentines day. It can be made smaller or larger just by changing your hook size and works up super quick. Just imagine this cute hat on any little girl you know.
  17. I finally finished the patterns for Cobweb Earrings. This is for experienced crocheters, using #80 thread, 0.6 mm hook and earring hoops (sizes 40 and 50 mm) Hoops can be found att Michael's in the US. Also bangles and other metal rings can be used. Patterns available in US and UK terms at Ravelry For non Ravelry members I will have the pattern uploaded to my web site in a week or so. Please PM me if you have any trouble with the patterns.
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