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With Halloween coming up, we're all probably looking for witchy patterns. I am a witch so I tend to enjoy them the rest of the year as well. I've been browsing the internet - including here, Etsy, and Ravelry. I have found a lot of neat freebies. I've found some I really liked for sale but with living on social security, I cannot bring myself to pay five or ten dollars for a pattern to make something the size of my thumb. So those I skipped over. Does anyone have any favorites? Thanks.

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are you a good witch, or a bad witch? I particularly like the kitchen witch who flies in on her wooden spoon casting wonderful spells for our dining pleasure

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Sent you a message.

 

Just let me know what kind of patterns you want.

 

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I know Llewellyns website has a couple patterns on it - don't remember which ones off the top of my head tho.

 

PM me and we'll chat.

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I'm a green witch - definitely a good witch who lives by one law "harm none"! :manyheart

 

are you a good witch, or a bad witch? I particularly like the kitchen witch who flies in on her wooden spoon casting wonderful spells for our dining pleasure

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Thanks! I won't be online much today - gonna watch the grandson while his mama cleans. Need a nap before he gets here LOL - I will check out the Llewellyn - found a neat pattern over there for runes.

 

I know Llewellyns website has a couple patterns on it - don't remember which ones off the top of my head tho.

 

PM me and we'll chat.

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There used to be one on Llewellyns for a cauldron bag, not sure if it is still there or not. I'll have to look for the link on the computer at my mom's house.

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Actually, there were two of those that I didn't have. Thanks so much!:yay

 

Not sure if these are the freebies you already found, but here are a few

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I will be designing one after I finish the current project on my hook. I will let you know when it is done and you can test it for me ;)

This way you'll be getting one of those $5 patterns (that is much larger than a thumb since I tend to find tiny stuffies worthless lol) for free ;)

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I'll be glad to test it for you - will probably sitting on my a$$ for awh-sile - heading to the doctor - think I have another compression fracture in my spine. Just send me a pm when it's ready. Thanks bunches! I might sound like a 'cheap-skate' because of what I said about paying for patterns. I have paid for quite a few but living on social security doesn't leave much for non-essentials.

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I completely understand about living paycheck to paycheck. I did it for the first 3/4 and then some of my life...

 

My theory has been that if I design something for someone in mind, I let them test it.

Sadly the last person I did that from from Crochetville didn't as much as even thank me or acknowledge that I sent her a pattern. Go figure. pashaw. Water under the bridge.

I took a little detour and am working on a mate for the doll I finished this morning.... It should be done by tomorrow though. I should get to the witch by the end of the week so hopefully early next week, you'll be working on my stitch witch. Hmm... Might have to call her that...

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I love it!!!! Thanks! This one will be made! I'm going to Etsy to see if I can find your shop so I can look at it, too.

 

I have a free pattern on my blog here

http://fuzzyfeetworks.blogspot.com/2009/07/free-little-witchy-pattern.html

 

And I have a different one in my Etsy shop

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My heartfelt thanks to Crafty Deb for the ami witch she sent me the pattern for. I have done very little amigurumi and am still getting the knack of it. My witch doesn't look like hers - not by a long shot - but I am very happy with it. I named her Bonita (I've heard that Bonita means pretty) since she's not. She's gonna be my kitchen witch!

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dose any body have any 11 inch 0r 13 inch doll dress patterns or bed doll dress patterns or indian doll dress patterns thank you donna will trade for them i have alot of patterns looking for some different ones

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