Monthly Archives: April 2013

Annie’s Hook & Needle Club – Kit #4 – Easy Springtime Hats

The kit arrived today and the agony of not being able to start it. I promised myself I would not start another project until I had finished the Woven Crochet Afghan. So just a quick post to tell you about … Continue reading

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How Well Do You Know Your Crochet Hooks?

This weeks post is coming one day early, because at 6:30 tomorrow morning I, my husband and two friends will be on our way to a preaching conference for the day. There would be no time in the morning to … Continue reading

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Granny Squares Tutorial: The Timeless Classic

Sometimes with a repetitive pattern my mind might wonder and I start drifting. Has this ever happened to you? I do not necessarily mean about cares of the world but about the hobby I love. For example, have you ever … Continue reading

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Annie Hook & Needle Club – Dishcloths Review

The “Learn A Stitch Dishcloths” was my third kit from the “Annie Hook and Needle Club”. So far, I am really enjoying the club. I am finding myself looking forward to the end of each month eagerly awaiting to see … Continue reading

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Roses: Easier Than You Might Think

I have heard it is a woman’s prerogative to change her mind, so being a woman I am claiming this personality trait today. Every time I went to start the eyeglass case for my friend Linda’s birthday, I just could … Continue reading

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A Tour through My Crocheting Bag

I have been crocheting for almost thirty years, and over the years I have discovered several tools that has made my crocheting experiences a lot easier. Today I have decided to talk about the tools I like to keep in … Continue reading

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Crochet Masters Class: Lesson One – Double Ended Hook

My first post of April, I cannot believe we are already into our fourth month of the year. This year has seemed to fly by. The first project completed in the “Crochet Master Class” is the “Lilacs and Roses Baby … Continue reading

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