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  1. My name is Julie Mitchell, and I own Paradox Art Glass. I am a hot glass and metal artist, and make handmade art accessories for crocheters, knitters, weavers and other fiber artists. I have been working in hot glass and metal for almost 10 years. All of my items are handmade in my private studio in Huntsville, Alabama. I have been working with Crochetville owners Donna and Amy (who is also my fantabulous elder sister, to be fully transparent!) for many years. They carry my products at shows, and use same to accessorize their own gorgeous, handmade garments and works of art! A
  2. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Braided Bracelet Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): written with two pictures Pattern Photo (optional): two pictures are included in the pattern Skill Level: Beginner/Easy (only need to know how to chain, single crochet and slip stitch Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Size 3 cotton thread (one ball), Size 0/3.25mm Steel hook, any two 1/2" shank buttons. All materials need to be provided by the tester Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: This bracelet was completed in one evening,
  3. Hi Everyone, my name is Sharon. I love to crochet and craft with buttons and fabric. I especially love to make flowers for hair, shaws and hats. I'm going to attemps to make a baby blanket from crochet flowers. Wish me luck. I'm planning on selling my handcrafts on Etsy. Hope you stop by my shop. I don't have any crochet items yet. LOL, But hopefully soon. I'm a mom raising two boys. We love the SF Giant sand 49ers. My oldest son also like the Falcons, my youngest like the Saints. My goal is to make them each a soft blanket with their teams on them. Email me if you want a crochet friend!!
  4. I've turned my Adult Hood pattern into a Hooded Cowl with Buttons. I used Lion Brand Homespun yarn because it's so soft and warm. Perfect to keep warm this winter. http://dearestdebi.com/2013/10/crochet-hooded-cowl.html
  5. This easy side-to-side vest pattern is now up on my blog. The available size is 46" bust and hips but if you are familiar with modular crochet you can easily modify this for your own size. The pattern is here.
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