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After I finished the Caplet I found the cutest coat hanger covers.

Here is the link I found online:

http://www.craftygardener.ca/craftysprojects17.html

 

I made 8 of them yesterday watching football. Very easy.

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/crochetingfool/2209634058/' target='_blank' rel='noopener noreferrer'> coat hanger covers1

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/crochetingfool

 

 

Linda :sun

 

http://madcrochetingfoo1l.blogspot.com

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Thanks Cindy~~ Aren't they just the coolest things you've ever seen.

I just love them. I posted the link in the first thread.

I never thought of using plastic...wow then they would be totally recycled hangers.

 

Linda :sun

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:cheerTo Cute,Linda!!

I always get sidetracked looking at all the afghans on your flicker site

:hookAmazing:crocheting

:hug

 

Thanks Nancy.....just think I only started taking pictures of my crocheting in 2004, when a friend suggested it. I've been crocheting how long? YIKES!!!:eek

I sure wish I had pictures of the stuff I did in the early

70's. One of these days I'll dig out my crocheted halter tops I use to sell back in the 70's......

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First off, nice work...I just got a booklet of bedroom crocheting that had hanger covers and they were beautiful and similar to what you did (but in thread...) and I thought...hmmmmm, maybe, maybe (lord knows I could use a few of them in my own closet...)

 

Anyway, thanks for posting the link to the pattern because I printed that out for myself, but also that is such a cool site in general...

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  • 3 weeks later...

Wow, those are the best I've seen ever. I just made two of them tonight. They are just beautiful. They will be great for gifts, as well as for my own closet. Thanks for letting us know about this pattern. It's awesome.

Anna

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  • 2 weeks later...
Thanks for the pattern link. But in checking out your pics I really LOVE that Southwest afghan. It's beautiful.

 

 

Thank you. Thats an easy pattern. Its posted on free.patterns.com Join the site and look for southwestern afghan.

 

Linda :sun

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  • 5 months later...

I'm glad someone dug this up again! I hadn't seen it the first time. Very pretty and it's now on my to-do list as well. I think I'm going to use WW cotton on mine. I've been buying and buying cotton because Michaels keeps having $1/skein sales so I'm always looking for good ways to use some of it! :hook

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