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  1. I recently crocheted a collar for my sister's dog, Hudson. He doesn't mind wearing it at all! Next, I'll crochet a collar for her other dog, Harlow. Harlow is a girl so I'll make something lacy and feminine.
  2. 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.
  3. I've just released the pattern for my baby peacoat: It's something a little different for boys. You can find the pattern here, I hope you like it! (Well, darn it, I don't know why the picture isn't working.)
  4. Leaf, Flame, Petal, is what this stitch evokes for me. These are fast and lovely projects, a bit yarn intensive, but their sculptural effect is well worth it. Jewelry meets warmth in this neck adornment. Leaves and petals cluster and frame your neck. This pattern is adaptable and offers options for reconfiguration as well as matching cuffs. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/petal-leaf-collar-and-cuffs Tools and Materials I/ 5.5 Crochet hook, Yarn needle G/4.5 mm for button optional 2.5 - 3 oz /70.9 - 80g worsted weight yarn (0.5 oz/14.2 g for cuffs) Pattern Level: Intermediate 20 - 23” L x 3- 4.5” H 50.8 cm- 58.4cm x 7.6cm- 11.4cm Cuffs 10-12”L x 2-3”H 25.4cm -30.5cm x 5 - 7.6 cm Gauge: (ww) 7 rows/11dc = 4”/10.2cm
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