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Mar
11
2015

Crochet Easter Bunny

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This is a very cute Easter Bunny. We will work on in at our April Crochet Group. The tutorial is easy enough to successfully follow on your own, but we can finish it  up on Friday, April 3rd. Click here for a free pattern on A Green Dragonfly Blog.

Jan
10
2015

Our Knitting Night: Complete Success

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After years of crocheting ideas, projects, and deadlines, we decided to jump into 2015 with a KNITTING CHALLENGE. We had a very successful gathering with no one visibly frustrated by the new task. This is our little crowd (most of us last night): We learned stitches: cast-on using a ‘long tail’ cast-on method knit purl One of our first time knitters watched a video tutorial on youtube before coming to the Knitting Night and she […]

Nov
12
2014

Christmas Project You Can Still Accomplish!

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Several years ago, I made 12 snowflakes from crochet thread size 10 and gave them to my wonderful sister-in-law for Christmas. About a year later, I made some for my wonderful mother-in-law. They both like to use them on their Christmas tree. The pattern was complicated and I had to alter it to make it work for me. I still don’t know whether there was a mistake in the description or it was my inability […]

Jul
7
2014

Lollie Snowballs

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Find printer friendly pattern here:  LollieBalls_pattern Materials: Red Heart Yarn – several colors Crochet Hook – any size between 4.5 mm and 6 mm Batting – any kind Size: Anywhere from 2.5 – 4 inches depending on thickness of yarn and size of hook. Level: Easy Legend: ch = chain dc = double crochet sc = single crochet ss = slip stitch dc decrease = yarn over (yo), put hook into the next stitch, yo, […]

Feb
28
2014

Easter is Coming!

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After tallying the results of the survey sent out in February, we determined that: We continue meeting on Thursdays 6-9 PM. We will introduce new stitch every Crochet Group. We will begin working on little projects for upcoming holidays. You are welcome to bring or not bring treats to the Crochet Group. I will provide basic snacks.   Crochet Group on Thursday, March 6th, 6-9 PM: We will learn a crab stitch. And these are […]

Feb
28
2014

Our Interpretation of Dr.Seuss’ Anniversary

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We have two news: one good and one bad!   The good news: WE MADE IT! After months and days of crochet, knit, and loom work by nearly 20 independent crocheters, we present THE THNEED! On February 6th, we had a lot of fun connecting our masterpiece together. And on February 21st we had fun trying it on.  As you can see it is completely versatile. There are no up or down sides and you […]

Feb
7
2014

Crocheted Tiny Heart

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Crocheted Tiny Heart by Briteloops Download your pattern in pdf format: Crocheted Tiny Heart_Feb2014 Materials: Simply Soft Yarn scraps in two colors Hook size 4.5 mm (7) Optional – hook of a smaller size for weaving end in. Optional – third color of yarn (for slip stitching another row on the front side)   Level: Easy   Legend: Ch = chain Sc = single crochet Hdc = half-double crochet Dc = double crochet Ss = slip […]

Feb
5
2014

7 Valentine’s Day Crochet Projects for You

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  Love these ideas for Valentines Day! Some of them have links to patterns and some of them do not.     1. http://www.favecrafts.com/Valentines-Day/Valentine-Chocolates-Crochet-Pattern-from-Red-Heart-Yarn     2. This one has a link to a website with the video tutorial pattern, but it says that the video is temporarily unavailable.  Here it is in case it’s back up and working:  http://thingsbright.com/bright-things-crochet-heart-tassel-by-elizabeth-cat/     3. This one is clever. Go to the link to see the pattern […]

Feb
11
2013

A Heart for Your Valentine

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Download a free pdf pattern here:  Heart for Your Valentine   HEART Home Decor, Coaster     Difficulty: Easy to Medium. Materials: Hook size 3.5-4 mm Cotton yarn about the thickness of Sugar’n’Cream brand.   Size: 6-7 inches wide.   Stitches used: Ch = chain Sc = single crochet Dc = double crochet Qdc = quadruple crochet (3 times yarn over, stick hook into designated stitch, pull one yarn out (5 loops on the hook), […]

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