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  1. jrnylst

    Cake Flakes

  2. Hey everyone! Here is the link to my free original pattern for a donut or pizza hair scrunchy. Directions for both are included in one pattern. Here is the link: https://oliviartcreations.wordpress.com/2015/06/10/crochet-pizzadonut-scrunchy-tutorialpattern/
  3. Hey everyone! Here is the link to my free original pattern for a donut or pizza hair scrunchy. Directions for both are included in one pattern. Here is the link: https://oliviartcreations.wordpress.com/2015/06/10/crochet-pizzadonut-scrunchy-tutorialpattern/
  4. Thought it might be interesting if we all posted here on this thread where we shop in our towns, for instance, where do you buy your groceries???? We can then compare to see all the stores we might, or might not have that others don't, and so on..... I will list what grocers we have here,and where i mostly get groceries, and you all can post your list, I won't count natural food stores, simply cause I don't patronize them much, or specialty stores, like butcher shops and drug stores, but where I go most often, when I am out of milk, or cat food, lol LIsted then, in popular order first here is my list, please follow if you like, and lets learn how the other half shops!! In Omaha, Ne. I frequent these grocery stores.. 1. Bag and Save 2. No Frills 3. Super Saver 4. Bakers Supermarket 5. Faremont Foods 6. Aldi's (hardly ever though) I didn't list places like Target or walmart or Sams, cause i seldom buy groceries or food at either one of those places.....Ok, your turn, how many will we have in common?????
  5. Three delicious treats to serve at tea time. Mini Swiss Roll Flower Cookie with Chocolate Filling Strawberry Mallow PuddingThree delicious treats to serve at tea time. http://creativegraphicsworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/11/bakery-treats-collection-02.html A collection of toppings for the mini cupcake. http://creativegraphicsworkshop.blogspot.com/2014/01/mini-cupcake-toppings-2.html Thank You Joanita Theron Creative Graphics Workshop
  6. CGWJoanitaTheron

    Build (Bake) A Cake

    Creative Graphics Workshop: Build A Cake This pattern and design is very versatility with endless possibilities! With imagination and creativity any type of cake can be made. The set contains several pieces to build the most yummiest cake! Be Inspired! For full details and information please visit: http://creativegraphicsworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/07/build-cake.html
  7. CGWJoanitaTheron

    Mini Donuts and Giant Donut

    Mini Donut: This little guy measures 7cm with a 3.50mm hook http://creativegraphicsworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/03/mini-donut-crochet.html Giant Donut: And this guy measures 14cm with a 3.50 hook http://creativegraphicsworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/03/giant-donut-crochet.html I had no idea why I wanted to make a giant donut, but it turned out well. I am currently using it as a glass holder and a pin/needle cushion which is very handy! For me anyway I would love to hear what you guys would do with a Giant Donut
  8. CrochetAmore

    Cupcake Potholder/Hotpad

    Hello! After yet another dry spell, I've started designing again. This is my newest design. A cupcake potholder. Doesn’t it just make you want to bake something? The pattern is available on Ravelry here, or you can purchase from my website here. This is not a step by step tutorial, but I have added several photos with detailed notes explaining stitch placement for working along the ends of rows and the edging so most crocheters should find this to be an easy pattern. FINISHED SIZE: 10 x 10 inches at widest points MATERIALS: Size G/6/4.25mm hook; worsted weight cotton yarn*: 2.5 oz cake color, 2.5 oz icing color, 3 yds red; tapestry needle; 1” plastic ring; sewing needle; sewing thread to match icing color. *Sugar’n Cream yarn in Warm Brown, Pastel Print, Country Yellow, Rose Pink, and Red were used for sample projects. GAUGE: 4 sc stitches and 4 sc rows per 1 inch Thank you for looking!!