Spinoff: Needle, hook, yarn, and thread

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Scrills- they are so pretty. I especially love the colors in the first one.
That's better! Scrills the color on the first one is gorgeous!
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Originally Posted by scrills
What yarn did u make the third one with??? I'm in love with the color!!!!!!!
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My son is modeling the cowl/hood I made my niece for the winter. That kid puts up with me. What a goofball
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Originally Posted by scrills
What yarn did u make the third one with??? I'm in love with the color!!!!!!!
Originally Posted by crazycurlychick
which one? the tan one? It's actually 3 different colors. I can try to see which colors I used and/or give you a close up
My son is modeling the cowl/hood I made my niece for the winter. That kid puts up with me. What a goofball
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Originally Posted by Jess the Mess
I saw a pattern for something similar the other day. Love it! Great job
I recently got back into crocheting and knitting since I had my daughter. I'm excited, I now have someone to model the things I create. Everyone in this thread has some cool and creative things. This is a hat I made for her recently, the blanket behind her was a gift from a friend's mom.

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I learned to crochet!!!
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Ya my kid needs a haircut
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^ That's cute. I can't crochet to save my life, how did you learn?
3b in South Australia.
YouTube. Lots and lots of YouTube. I'm a visual learner so videos really help me. It took patience and time and lots of wanting to curse and throw hooks across the room.
High Priestess JessMess, follower of the Goddess of the Coiling Way and Confiscator of Concoctions in the Order of the Curly Crusaders

I'll have to have a look, my grandma tried teaching me when I was little but I just couldn't get my head around it. I can knit all sorts of things but crochet has always been beyond me!
3b in South Australia.
My grandmothers taught me to crochet but I rarely did it so I forgot how. Later as a teen, I bought the "I Taught Myself How to Crochet" book at Roses department store (anyone remember Roses???) and relearned.

Here is a blanket I finished this morning for the daughter my brother and his wife are expecting in January. It's a basic pink grannie square with a pink, fushia, and brown border. I am not into pink, even for my girls, but I know my SIL will love it
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^ That's pretty, goldencurly.
I'm glad I'm not the only one that's not into pink - I was always quite glad I had boys so I didn't have to have pink stuff eveywhere!
3b in South Australia.
^ That's pretty, goldencurly.
I'm glad I'm not the only one that's not into pink - I was always quite glad I had boys so I didn't have to have pink stuff eveywhere!
Originally Posted by Starmie
Thanks!

I crocheted a blue grannie square blankie for my daughter S when she was about a year old. She was not into pink at all. When I got pregnant with K, I baffled everyone because I knitted a blue lace cap. I told them we didn't know what I was having but any baby, boy or girl, could wear a blue lace hat! My son did and we have the cutest pics of him at about 9 months old at the beach in a light blue lace cap with a dark navy and green striped long sleeved shirt and blue jeans rolled up. No one thought he was a girl! It was a Shetland pattern that didn't look feminine at all!

I also crocheted K a grannie square blankie. So we could tell his and S's apart, his is a denim yarn that is blue, green and purple but from across the room, it looks like a marbled blue instead of a solid blue. He loves it and still sleeps with it.

Last edited by goldencurly; 11-18-2012 at 09:44 AM.
My grandmothers taught me to crochet but I rarely did it so I forgot how. Later as a teen, I bought the "I Taught Myself How to Crochet" book at Roses department store (anyone remember Roses???) and relearned.

Here is a blanket I finished this morning for the daughter my brother and his wife are expecting in January. It's a basic pink grannie square with a pink, fushia, and brown border. I am not into pink, even for my girls, but I know my SIL will love it
Originally Posted by goldencurly

I'm thinking of relearning

My mom taught me how in middle school but I didn't stick with it. I wish I would have.
Great job!

Ha!!! I used that same book to learn.

I'd never heard of Rose's but one just opened not too far from me
Tonight I finished knitting an alien ballerina. Yes, an alien ballerina. Why? My brother and his wife are expecting their first child in January and the shower is this Saturday. The alien is the toy to go along with blanket I posted earlier when I finished crocheting it. We like unique and silly things, so why not? The tutu is made from the same yarn that edges the blankie. I am also knitting a hat with a heart lace design out of the pale pink yarn in middle of the blankie. It's a set! I hope I can finish it before Saturday!
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