Monthly Archives: February 2014

National Crocheting Month

Saturday will bring with it the first day of March. Why am choosing to write about March, already? There are so many things that are wonderful about this month. Not only do we start to give into our hopes of … Continue reading

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Annie’s Hook & Needle Club – Kit 13 – Weekend Little Lamb Sweater Review

First I would like to say I was really happy with the end results of the “Weekend Little Lamb Sweater”. The thick texture is perfect for cold wintery days for our little bundles of joy. The sweater was crocheted with … Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Pattern for the My Skill Level

In the art of crocheting, one of the most discouraging things is to be half way through a project only to discover that the pattern is above your skill level. First you will have a few days of frustration trying … Continue reading

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Annie’s Hook & Needle Club – Pocket Scarf Review

My fourteenth kit from Annie’s Hook & Needle Club was a nice enjoyable project to crochet. I am coming off my second round with the flu since the new year and was in need of a simple and fun project. … Continue reading

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Annie’s Hook & Needle Club – Kit 14 – Pocket Scarf

February brought my fourteenth kit from Annie’s Hook & Needle Club. I can’t believe my membership is moving well into my second year of kits. This is the first time that I was only half way through one kit when … Continue reading

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The Invisible Finish – Weaving In Your Ends

Imagine that you just finished a hat that you have been working on for days, you quickly finish it off and decide to wear it to work the next day. Excitedly, you rise the next morning and pick out the … Continue reading

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