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1  Flower Binky Holder(image heavy) in Crochet: Completed Projects by AryanAngel88 on: July 06, 2006 06:46:21 AM
My daughter just loves her binky, the problem is the company stopped making them, so we only have 4 and these are cherished.  My daughter also thinks it is funny to whip her binky at any given time and place our of her carrage and watch us all run around trying to find it.  We've tried the binky clips but she figures out how to pull them off and ends up pinching her fingers.  So I decided to try and come up with something that attaches to her wrist, so I sat down last night and this is what I came up with.  Now this is still in the prototype faze so please be gentle.

This is a close up of it, I just used cotton yarn and for the stem I used Lion Brand woolease.

At this point she realized that it was attached to her wrist

And here she is, so far so good, its still on
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2  Sam the Ram in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by AryanAngel88 on: March 28, 2006 10:41:13 AM
I just came across this pattern and I can't wait to get it.  This is the cutiest, coolest thing I have ever seen.  But every person who has made this said that it is for the seriously advanced knitter.  It is also worked on like a million double pointed needles.  They also have sue the ewe who looks alittle bit eaiser so i might try her first.  But I just thought I would pass this along, it is just to cute.  If I ever finish it I will post a picture.

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3  Re: Argyle pattern question in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by AryanAngel88 on: March 01, 2006 08:23:52 AM
Yes, there is a book put out by Candi Jensen and there are like 10 argyle sweaters, dresses, blankets, etc.  I purchased the book and I made the dress that in it and it came out awesome.  I will have to take a picture and post it, there alittle bit tricky so I would not suggest them for a newbie, because you have to work with two skeins of yarn at once for the color change and run the cc behind the mc and that takes practice, because if you pull they carring yarn to tight it will pucker.  But you have to check this book out.

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4  The Cutiest Booties Ever in Crochet: Completed Projects by AryanAngel88 on: February 25, 2006 09:13:46 AM
In addition to the lion blanket I made  (also posted)  I did up some of Annies Attic booties.  My mother use to make these for baby shower gifts and everyone always just loved them.  I even use to sell them at craft shows when I was a kid Smiley.  Althought these patterns are alittle bit more advanced for the beginer,  if you take your time anyone can do them.  I just love them, I made the whole set for each of my daughters.  The only ones I did'nt make were the rollerskates because there not very boyish.

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5  Lion Blanket in Crochet: Completed Projects by AryanAngel88 on: February 24, 2006 05:32:53 PM
I just finished this blanket last night for a baby shower I am going to this sunday.  I saw this on the lion brand website and thought it was the cutiest thing.  I made this out of regular worsted weight yarn instead of cotton yarn.  This was a really easy pattern but having to do 3 1/2 inches of loop stitch is a pain, but I think it came out really cute.

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