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I appear to be on a bookmark bender these days....

 

I rediscovered a pattern for granny stitch bookmarks, and, having some brightly colored size five threads and a C hook on hand, I decided to whip up a couple. Here are the first two; I've got more colors stashed away, thanks to a thrift store bargain bag :hook. So many color possibilities...

 

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That's neat! I haven't seen that pattern before. Nice color combos too. Thanks for showing and for the link! :)

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very nice.

 

jaye

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Beautiful!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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:cheer:clap:yay Great Bookmarkers!!!! I really like the first one. Thanks for sharing the link and your photos!!!

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Very nice! Pretty colors and with tassels too. I always think they look more finished that way.

It's a new one for me too. Thanks for the link!:hook

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Very nice! I love the colors you choose!

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Very pretty! Looks like a fun and quick project to whip up a big batch for gifts. :cheer

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Thanks for sharing

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Great looking bookmarkers :yay....I have some left over thread I might "borrow" the pattern and work on a couple of these between projects :D

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Thanks for the pattern- Great ideas for Senior Holiday Bazaar.

Could you please tell me the brand of size 5 thread you used. I have only seen size 3, 10 and 20.

Barbara

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Using such beautiful bookmarks makes the pleasure of reading double! :clap

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Thanks for the pattern- Great ideas for Senior Holiday Bazaar.

Could you please tell me the brand of size 5 thread you used. I have only seen size 3, 10 and 20.

Barbara

 

 

Honestly, I'm not sure--mostly, I've found this stuff in thrift stores and estate sales.

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This is one of my favorite bookmark patterns. Very easy, and can make them any size you want. I use #10 thread too and do one or more extra rows etc.

 

Hugs

Kath

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Very pretty! Someone asked about size 5 thread. I thought I had seen it and maybe bought it at a Walmart near us (we have about 5 within 20 minutes of us). But you can also buy it online from lots of places like Herrschner's or Mary Maxim or out of their catalogs. Do a google search on "crochet thread/size 5".

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Pretty! And a great use for the smallest scraps.

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hello Quiet Dissident...I cant get the pattern for the granny square book mark you have...can you please share it...I would really appreciate it...

thanks again...

Linda...have a great day

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Bummer, Yahoo Geocites has closed down so pattern isn't available.

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oooooooooooooh.... NICE!!!

one of those with a good book would make a nice Christmas gift. :hook

Thanks for sharing!

 

 

 

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