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    Lovely work all

    I do but haven't done anything for some time. The last thing I did was a butterfly and daisies which I turned into the neckline and back of a dress. I'll find some photos.

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    The butterfly is a really old doily pattern I found on the net and the daisies are adapted from a Ravelry pattern.
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    The finished dress
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    @Chunkydunks thats beautiful!!

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    What your fav place to shop for yarn? I find the Australian stuff isn't as plush/thick as the American youtubers yarn lol! Any particular brands you prefer?

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    So far I have just been buying wool from spotlight but I was thinking the exact same thing yesterday. I like moda vera and the more cotton blend wools.

    Whats everyone working on at the moment. I ran out of wool for my blanket and haven't gotten to the shops yet so have been working on these cute granny squares. Any tips on the best stitch to join them with??
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    I tried to teach myself with YouTube but gave up! I would love to be able to though. Everyone's looks amazing

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    My only tip is get the hang of how you hold your hook and yarn first up. Watch different videos and look how they hold their work and find what us most comfortable for you. Took me a while to get the hang of it and
    once i did it was so much easier!

    Misssparkles dont give up!! Its so easy!! And I am not a creative person haha. I made this cute little ripple blanket. I never thought I'd be able to do something like that!
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    Here is a few of the projects I have been working on lately. I find most of the patterns on Pinterest.

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    I love crochet it's a great stress reliever for me and helped me after the loss of one of my babies. I am currently working on a huge blanket for my nephew for Christmas and it's taking forever and getting to me a little as I am freaking out I will not get it done in time.


 

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