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1  QUILTING / Quilting: Discussion and Questions / Help! I want to make a circular quilt.... on: August 05, 2007 09:02:00 AM
I bought a round crib for my coming arrival and I have had no luck at all finding a round bedding set that I like. I have thought of making one myself, but I am worried about making a circle-shaped quilt or coverlet. What is the best way to cut out a circle that large? Can anyone help?

Thanks!
2  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Stitch Markers I "Made" on: October 09, 2006 02:47:40 PM
I'm not sure I can claim I made them when all I did was find the findings and put them together. Whatever  Wink I like 'em a lot.

3  CROCHET / Crochetalongs / DORMANT: Candi Jensen Children's Crochetalong on: July 05, 2006 05:15:54 PM
Hi all!

I love Candi Jensen's crochet patterns for kids. I just bought Candy Tots and Candy Babies, and I'm going to be making lots of clothes from these books in the upcoming months. Thought maybe there were others who would like to crochetalong.

This is my first project



from Candy Tots. I have 7 of these squares done -- only 151 to go! Cheesy
4  CROCHET / Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller / Ladylike Lace Gloves in Ecru on: June 25, 2006 01:43:39 PM
Just finished these and I love them!

Top view



Palm side



I dug this yarn out of my remnants bin; I made socks of it years ago and had a bunch left. The labels are long gone, but I remember it is Schoeller, and cotton/wool blend, two shades of cream/ecru plied together. It made great gloves. (Also great socks Wink)

This really is a wonderful pattern and the short-row shaping is lovely. (That is something I had never done in crochet before.) I did want to note that I downloaded the errata (Thanks!) but I think Row 44 instructions are still not right; in order for the pattern to work it should say hdc in next 28 stitches not 29.

Thanks for looking everybody!
5  CROCHET / Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller / 2 FOs: Fat-Bottom Bag & Short 'n Sweet on: June 03, 2006 06:20:32 AM
Love, love, LOVE this book....

I was in such a fever when I bought it, I don't even remember now which of these I made first  Cheesy

Here's my Fat-Bottom. Bag, that is.



I used remnants from my stash: Bernat Dishcloth cotton for the bag, and a bit of yellow Dale Kolibri for the trim. Flower from Wal-Mart! I had trouble sewing it on, so I ended up just pinning it with a safety pin. So now I can change it around if I want.

Like someone else who has posted, I made my Short 'n Sweet longer than the pattern specified



Stash yarn again: 4 (I think) balls of Reynolds Saucy in Light Emerald.

There's lots more in this book I want to make!
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