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1  Valentines day cards in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by anchorageb2 on: February 11, 2011 02:51:13 PM
My lil Girl and I made some valentines day cards.
A friend gave me some large railroad papers, so I grabbed a cookie cutter that was heart shaped and traced it enough times to make a enough squares for enough valentines for my daughters class and her classes sister class.
I then grabbed a white crayon and wrote little messages in each heart. I gave my lil girl watercolor paints and markers and told her there was secret writing on each one.I helped of course ( too much fun not to Smiley

When we were finished painting. I cut them out and and hole punched them. A pencil does not fit through one whole punch so I had to do two next to each other. I slipped the pencil through the holes and then slid two suckers in behind the pencil. and Wallah. Our valentines Smiley
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2  Heartfelt star, Doily collection- House of white Birches in Crochet: Completed Projects by anchorageb2 on: August 05, 2010 02:16:21 PM
I was going through my doily patterns with a friend and she mentioned this one would be pretty in blue. I happened to have some yarn I thought would be perfect for it in blue and decided to see.
Here is my finished product.
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3  Re: ACTIVE: Granny-A-Day for JUNE - 6/1/10-6/30/10 in Crochetalongs by anchorageb2 on: June 01, 2010 07:54:20 PM

well I saw the challenge in May and this is what I finished so far. The quilting part was to much for me so it I just made it a large granny square after that.
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4  Re: My plarn purse in Crochet: Completed Projects by anchorageb2 on: May 18, 2010 12:23:30 PM
I love that purse! Which pattern did you use on the recycled bags site? I couldn't find anything that changed textures as you did? I love that look!
Recycled Plarn Net Market Bag
All it is going from HDC in a rug style without adding links so it will not lay flat. slip not it off and then  Chain three and SC after two spaces around till you get to the chain three space then chain 3 and sc in th top of prior chain 3's
You probably could not find it because it is a bag they said to use an N hook on and I used a G and I took what was suppose to be straps and made a clasp instead.

Its barely big enough to fit a coin purse into along with and Id holder.
I am about to finish a cell phone case. I will get pics of it on here when its finished. Smiley
Finished it.

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5  My plarn purse in Crochet: Completed Projects by anchorageb2 on: May 17, 2010 10:40:54 AM
 So  I seen this idea before I think it was here but when i searched for it found another site specifically dedicated to Plastic Yarn. Its called My recycled bags.com

Anyways the pattern I used was from that site but I used the wrong size hook so it turned out 1/3 of the size it was suppose to be. i did this also because I started cutting plastic strips from my grocery bags before i read how wide they were suppose to be. I figured using the smaller hook would make it sturdier because I am afraid of the plastic stretching and all my hard work would unravel.

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