May 122010
 

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  19 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday!”

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    Beautiful! I keep trying, just it just doesn’t work out! It alwyas looks lopsided or I get bored! hehe

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    I love to crochet, but only during the winter months. That looks very good. Nice job!!

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    wish i could do it!!! it’s so pretty!

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    Very nice! I was never able to learn how to crochet. My sister tried many times to teach me.

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    beautiful. i crocheted my son’s receiving blanket, my granddaughter’s receiving blanket and several afgans! now? i do cards – go figure – lol!

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    WOWSERS!

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    Serious patience and talent. (=
    Did you ever get your book in the mail?
    http://jostorm.blogspot.com/

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    Ohhh, so beautiful 🙂

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    Hello! Just wanted to let you know I chose you for a Sunshine Blog award. Stop by & pick it up 🙂

    http://www.realmommy365.com

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    I have tried to learn but I am a lefty and could never figure it out…sigh.

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    Hey Dolly I’m a crocheter too! And your blanket is just beautiful. Great job! Okay let me go check out that other site and let her know you sent me there…smiles.

    http://hauplight.blogspot.com/

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    I taught myslef to crochet and knit years ago but no longer do practice, seeing your lovely makes blanket makes me feel that it is such a shame that I have let this go.

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    I want to learn so bad. I bought myself a self-teaching kit to teach myself at home. We’ll see how I do when I have the time.

    This is lovely. I love the colors together.

    *HUGS*

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    Oh I need to learn!

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    Yah MOM I love that. I too Learned from Your Mom and you’ll have to show me the other techniques I’ll be needing that skill one day I love you. Pssst the kids can use some new scarf’s for Christmas ;P

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    Pretty! nice to see a completed one! Ha! I had a large paper bag full of squares that I was working on (over 36+years ago) and the bag was looking shabby… but someone threw it away! I never felt like trying again… sigh.. but yours is lovely! I learned at that time from, my F.I. L. he was a big knitter too.

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    That is so beautiful! I wish I could still do crafts like that. They really aggravate my carpal tunnel. Of course, blogging does that too! LOL

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    Lovely! Wish I could crochet like that. I can knit a mean scarf though! LOL

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    My grandma taught me to crochet a chain when I was very young. Then much later, about 15 years ago, I taught myself the rest of the steps from a book I found. I have several unfinished afghans that I keep hoping to get back to some day. Could happen.

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