Who wants to learn how to crochet with me? I have always wanted to learn how to crochet. My great aunts have made beautiful Afghans that I still adore. I h (Calling all crafy people! Join me in learning how fo crochet.
giveaway winners have been chosen by my trusty random number generator and they are: Jenn from Color'n Cream and Sam from Betsy Makes Yay! Congratulations to both of you, authors of two very lovely blogs, I might add ...
I have been known to trip over children, dogs and lampposts as I mentally deconstruct the knit or crochetwear. crochet 2. The Pleated Cardigan is no exception – inspired by one seen on the school run, I walked slowly behind ...
I'm on a crochet kick for October with all kinds of fun pumpkin goodies! Today I'm sharing my cozy for a pumpkin stem. Those ouchy pokey stems are never fun to hold, so I've crocheted a simple cozy to cover.
Group of volunteers crochet shopping bags into sleeping mats for the homeless Anniston Star Her materials are plastic, and the method is crocheting, but all the same, the office manager at the Center for Concern in Anniston on Friday morning...
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