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  1. Got some incredible crochet design for sale at: https://ifyreads.com/ Crochet designs:
  2. Hello I’m Brittany. Im 29 years old til February. I’m a mom of 4 lovely adorable sweet girls. I live in Vermont (it’s very cold here atm). I love to crochet and knit. Have been crocheting for at least 20 years but been doing it daily for the past 4-5 years. I taught myself how to knit about 4 years ago. I’m a left handed crocheter/knitter. I CANNOT go a day without crocheting/knitting but I tend to do more crocheting as knitting too much hurts my hands. Crocheting saved my life and sanity (sometimes it causes me to go insane) and I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t pick up the hook again. 😍💚 🧶 🧵 🧶🧶💚💕💗💞💜 I My page is www.facebook.com/lilkritterskrafts/
  3. I finally found it, my knitting mojo and finished a shrug for my daughter
  4. I'm not a very experienced knitter but I do enjoy making one or two skein garter stitch scarves for gifting. Last weekend at a church sale I bought three skeins of a Red Heart yarn called Boutique Magical. The colors were pretty and I liked the way it had different textures to it. Gracious, what a hoot it turned out to be. There were at least four or five separate weights/textures in each skein as well as fairly long color bands. I'm glad I decided to knit with it because I think crocheting would have made me tear out a few handfuls of hair.....lol. Has anyone used this yarn? Do you have suggestions for patterns, either crochet or knitting?
  5. Hello, I'm new to this site and look forward to getting answers to my questions and concerns and sharing ideas. Thanks, Sheryl -
  6. I am posting the pattern for my tear drops on my Facebook page. Please feel free to make some for yourself or others. I have gotten positive feed back on them. It's been such a muggy day today. My skin is sticky from the moisture. Three more days of this them maybe some relief. Please take the time to like my Facebook Page. Tear Drop pattern by The Laughing Fox www.facebook.com/laughingfoxcrochet I got my extension. I'm no longer a bunch of numbers.
  7. Come join us and make your very own cute octopus. If you would like to make one please visit us on our Facebook page. www.facebook.com/LaughingFoxCrochet It has been so humid outside. I was walking with my mom and we got sick. Hope it gets nice soon. I feel so sticky. Enjoy.
  8. 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! Among other items, I create handmade glass and metal shawl pins, *WATERPROOF* buttons, jewelry, sculptures, business card holders, and lampwork glass beads. If you do not see what you are looking for, please send me a message. I pride myself on customer service, and wish all my customers to be ecstatic with their purchases from me. If you are seeking an item I do not make, I will happily refer you to a reputable artist who can help you, if at all possible. I have recently reopened my Etsy store, which may be found at www.etsy.com/shop/ParadoxArtGlass. When you get a chance, please check me out! ALL CROCHETVILLE MEMBERS GET A 15% RE-OPENING STORE DISCOUNT, GOOD FOR YOUR ENTIRE ORDER, THROUGH MARCH 31, 2016. USE COUPON CODE: CVILLE16 I ACCEPT PAYPAL, CREDIT CARDS AND ETSY GIFT CARDS. Over the next several days, I will post my new items in the "What's New" section of Indie business.
  9. Apak

    Angel hat

    Thinking of all the hats I made - this is the one I like the most. When I was to Scotland in October, I bought a book by Nicky Epstein "Knitting a Kiss in Every Stitch" just because of this pattern. It's called "Li'l Knitting Angel Hat". When I saw it I knew I had to make it. It's not only a hat, it's also a puppet! But to be honest, it's also the least useful hat… The knitting and the wings are too delicate for a small girl grabbing her hat to put it on. So - the hat just for special ocasions. But yesterday I started another version - it will be just the girl in a hat, no wings and no needles - to wear everyday. Oh yes, it's knitted, but I just had to share...
  10. Hello! I'm Yu Chi. I am from Taiwan, 23 years old. I will be flying to Australia, Brisbane in March 2016 and living there on a working holiday visa. I would be very happy to meet new friends. But I wouldn't mind making new friends from outside of Australia, too! I love editing/colouring videos accompanied by some lovely ambient music and immersed in my own little world at a quiet night, blog designing, photography and seeing movies as I am free and more hobbies...etc On a side notes, I have been helping my mother's hand-knitting business. She enjoy knitting outfits, hats, gown, or skirts...etc for barbie's. After, I created http://pinkishmomcraftyhouse.jimdo.com/ in order to have people to buy or appreciate it. I could spend whole day designing the website. Those are some examples of her works below... I am very interested in making new friends. I am a shy person with an optimistic & curious mind AND I am not a friend collector. I simply interested in meaningful conversation. Hopefully I could make some friends here.
  11. I made the set for cooler days in autumn for my DD. I crocheted the hat and then knitted the neck warmer. As you may imagine, 3yo kids are (usually) not able to tie the scarf properly - that's why I made the neck warmer, so she can put it on easily and quickly. By the way, I guess I should move to "Kids" section - as my DD is not a toddler anymore...
  12. I got the idea to make this a while back, and I just couldn't pass up the opportunity. I finally finished it and I absolutely love the way it turned out! What do you think? I've posted the pattern to my blog here: http://whirlsandswirlsofpurls.blogspot.com/2014/09/cozy-cottage-christmas-tissue-cover.html and to ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cozy-cottage-christmas-tissue-cover if anyone is interested
  13. I purchased a handmade teacosy recently in an unusual pattern and have been searching everywhere for the instructions so I can make myself one. Can anyone identify the attached pattern? I think it could be a slip stitch herringbone or similar. Thank you! Daffodil Daisy
  14. I had so much fun making my last hat, that I've made another. This is the Vrida Cabled Slouch Hat...a free pattern by Jenifer Rank that can be found here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/vrida-cabled-slouch-hat
  15. hhensler

    Knitted Afghan

    The softest blanket I've ever made...
  16. In an effort to help those less fortunate than us, I am looking for people to dig into your hearts and even deeper into your yarn stash. I am looking for volunteers to make granny squares, to be pieced together, to make afghans for charity. Also anyone how would like to donate hats, booties burp clothes and any other baby items for hospitals would be very much appreciated. I have a few charities... in mind, but would love any ideas for more. The thought of one person making a whole blanket can be daunting, but if each of us made one or two squares, the task would take minimal effort. Of course, if you want to make a whole afghan that would be wonderful too! What if compassionate and creative women all over the USA donated only one 8 inch knitted or crocheted square and donated it? Or donated a set of hats booties and burp clothes? Can you imagine the number of people we could help? Please know that we deeply appreciate your contribution. Also know that you are making a difference in the life of someone else. http://yarnoverforlove.blogspot.com/ Facebook: Yarn Over For Love
  17. heres a doll I made for the Spring Knitting and Stitching Show in London ^_^ the theme was 'gardening' although i kinda ran out of time, so i didnt get around to making more 'gardeny' accessories for her....but she has a flower! so shes been in a garden at some point xD this is the first time i made a doll like this. the legs, body and head is all one piece, then i sewed on the arms. originally i wanted to make her dungarees, but i dunno...just couldnt get it right >_< the longer i made the pants, the harder it was to put them on the doll! so any tips on making doll sized dungarees would be useful.
  18. What type of knitting needles do u recommend for a beginner? length, wood/ metal, brand
  19. hhensler

    Darn It!

    I learned how to knit ladders, and made these gloves...some of the ladders I filled in with faux darning, some I left. I worked the seam on the outside of the glove & bordered the top, bottom, and thumb hole with crochet.
  20. My first attempt at knitting some fingerless gloves...no pattern, just winged it. I made a rectangle & sewed it up...poorly.
  21. Here are some knitted wrist warmers I made. I used Bernat Alpaca. I couldn't find a knitted wrist warmer pattern I liked so I made my own. You can find the free pattern here on my blog. Please tell me what you think!
  22. I got to thinking as I was looking through patterns for yet another hat, that I like patterns for crochet hats that start at the top and work their way down to the bottom edge, yet when knitting a hat, I like the patterns that start at the bottom edge and work their way up to the top. I think because in the crochet hats that start at the bottom, I manage to twist up the chain stitches and get them all in a mess and have to frog it. And with the knitting, I do know that it's hard to start 8 stitches on double points and then keep increasing from the top. What's your opinion on this matter? Am I weird?
  23. I finished this earlier today and couldn't wait to show it off! It still needs to be washed and blocked. I also need to decide whether to try to sell it or maybe donate it.
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