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201  UNITED STATES / Maine / Re: "Crafty hipsters" in Southern Maine? on: March 15, 2008 10:34:06 AM
Whew, that test is now done!   Smiley Three more to go...next one is in April.  I am spending the rest of today crocheting and scrapbooking.  (I actually detest scrapbooking, but I have to make one for a special 13 year-old.  I made one for her sister when she turned 13, so I can't very well get out of this one.) 

Do any crafters in Southern Maine have much experience with ripple crochet stitches?  I found a pattern that looks lovely, but I can't seem to get it to increase/decrease as required by the pattern.  Huh I'm stuck, and feeling stranded out here in the boonies. 

PS: Will some long-time or native Mainers tell me when we will start to see buds on the trees?  This is my first Maine winter...
202  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: My First Baby Blanket on: March 13, 2008 10:29:09 AM
It looks lovely!  What great colors and texture.  I'm addicted to crocheting baby blankets for friends and random people I meet who are pregnant.  I hope you'll keep crocheting and making more hand-crafted items!
203  UNITED STATES / Maine / Re: "Crafty hipsters" in Southern Maine? on: March 13, 2008 07:02:13 AM
Darn, I would love to go out Friday night, but I have a huge standardized test I have to take on Saturday morning at UNH.  (My California teaching certification does not transfer to Maine, so I have to take about $400 of Praxis tests...bleh!!  Especially considering I took the same tests in California. What a rip off.)
But, usually Friday nights are free around here, so I'll make plans for next time.
204  UNITED STATES / Maine / Re: "Crafty hipsters" in Southern Maine? on: March 11, 2008 07:20:20 AM
We just moved to North Berwick in Novemember '07, from (horribly foggy, ridiculously expensive) San Francisco.  I love, love, love our new home.  But I have met very few people, as I'm not working much yet, and my husband works at home.  My best friends are the gang at the Transfer Station, whom I see every week. Grin  So, I would really enjoy meeting other craftsters in Southern Maine.  Let's be in touch!
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