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  1. Just wanted to pass along one of the free patterns from my blog. Have fun with it.
  2. Hi Everyone! I have a free pattern to share for a super easy and very nice-looking cowl. You will find Charsey here: Enjoy! Clotilde
  3. This review also appears on the Crochetville blog. My friend Karen McKenna asked me to participate in a blog tour promoting her brand-new book with Annie’s: Elegant, Fashionable, Chic Accessories to Crochet. I’m proud to be included among other blog tour participants such as Tammy Hildebrand, Susan Lowman, Kristin Omdahl, and Gwen Blakley-Kinsler. Be sure to read all the way to the bottom of this book review for a very special surprise! The book is available for purchase on Amazon for $8.96. (Amazon Associates link) Every now and then lately I’ve felt a cool little breeze that reminds me that fall is on the way. Now is a perfect time to start work on some quick projects so you’ll be ready when the first chill air of fall arrives. The back cover of the book gives you an excellent overview of the projects inside: I had a hard time selecting two projects that I wanted to feature for you. I love the colors of the Purple Mountain Hat and Mitts, so I thought about featuring that. Then I thought about featuring the Heartland Hat, Scarf, and Mitts set, since it’s always hard to find something to make for that special guy in your life. However, those just happen to be the designs Tammy chose to feature in her blog post yesterday. So I guess you’ll have to go on over to her blog tour post to see what she had to say about those designs! I also really like the color and texture of the Pacific Northwest Hat, Gloves, and Scarf set, made using Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash, a worsted weight superwash wool yarn. Those of you who know me, are surely aware that I love sparkle. So of course I also need to highlight the Metro Headwrap and Gloves. I absolutely love the beaded cuffs on the gloves and the beaded edges on the ends of the headwrap/scarf. These gloves also have a wonderful feature: you can pull back the tips of the thumb and first finger sections to expose your fingertips so you can use your smartphone or tablet without having to take off your entire glove. Enter Karen’s Giveaway! Karen is giving away a copy of her book plus one skein of Casablanca yarn from Cascade Yarn so you can make one of the projects in the book. Please visit her Blog Tour and Giveaway post for the full blog tour schedule and information on how to enter her giveaway. - See the post on our blog at:
  4. Totes and bags I'm making to go with tops or alone. These will be available in my CAL only. 16 x 15", 18 x 18", or smaller depending.
  5. Here are some of the scarves that I've been selling online at! Most of them are about 6 feet long, all with fringed ends! I've also been working on hats and blankets that I haven't had the chance to take pictures of. Thanks for taking a look!
  6. I wanted to make something for DH to show him just how much I appreciate how hard he's been working lately. He had never owned a scarf before, and needed something to keep his head warm since he shaved off all his pretty long hair!! He went from "the \m/ metal \m/ Dude": to this: and so I made him a beanie and scarf in Camo, Black, and Brown: Oh, and despite being clean cut now, he's still the metal dude.
  7. From the Red Heart free pattern site, called "Shimmer Cowl." This was made only about half as wide as the pattern called for. The boucle yarn gave it a different texture from the original pattern using Red Heart, of course. It does add warmth to the neck and shoulders. I like the decorative edge and how the colors arranged themselves.
  8. Spock/Elf EarWarmers I've watched every incarnation of Star Trek since it was black and white. This design joins my sci-ft hats as my homage to that enduring vision of an evolved humanity. Tools and materials Adult 4” x 2.75” Worsted weight yarn 0.4 oz G hook 4 mm H hook 5 mm Tapestry or yarn needle Child size DK yarn G hook 4mm F hook 3.75mm Optional Stitch marker Number of Testers Needed : Two. One for Adult and one for Child Size Skill Level: advanced beginner: working in the round, increases, decreases Format Available: pdf Pattern Style: written Need digital photo of FO? yes Comments and questions: via PM or Email only Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 1 hour Deadline: October 24, 2011 Tester Experience: experienced testers preferred Tester Responsibilities Make two ear warmers. Take picture. Report on fit (and adjustment instructions, if needed). Identify any typos/errors. Report on yardage/weight and dimensions. For child size: size achieved and fit. Compensation free copy of final pattern
  9. New free pattern from Designs by KN: Heat Wave Ankle Warmers