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December 17th, 2005 - LJ Crochet Community Archive

About December 17th, 2005

02:43 am
I know that everyone is probably crocheting like mad to get done with their x-mas projects, but maybe after the hustle and bustle (perhaps while digesting the delicious holiday meals) you can take the time to make a blanket for a homeless animal.

Hugs for Homeless Animals is a non-profit organization: They are a humane education organization who provides support programs that bridge the public with animal caring organizations (that was taken right from the website). In other words, they help the public help animal shelters. One way you can help is to crochet, knit or sew a blanket for a homeless animal. You can go to their site here and all the dimensions are given, as well as some recommended patterns. I hope that you all consider doing this, I plan on sitting down on December 26th and making one.

Anyway, happy crocheting!

found a great pattern website 06:53 pm
i came across this great website with free patterns of hats. i thought you all might enjoy browsing through. http://patbythehook.blogdrive.com/ let me know what you think. dea

07:42 pm
Well, I finished one pair of slippers. I have a ton more projects to finish before Christmas. Well, back to work. Let me know what you think of the pictures.

slippers...Collapse )

Baby Patterns 08:14 pm
I just got the news that my nephew, Eric, and his girlfriend are going to have a baby! I have been googling and looking for good patterns, but I wanted to know what pattern you all like to do. I have a ton of baby yarn and I have no idea what they are having, but I want to get started on something soon. Yellow and green is a good start for an unknown gender and then I will find out what colors they are going to use. I don't mind paying for patterns I would rather have free patterns, because, well, let's face it, free is a good price and I am limited on funds. For this though, becoming a great aunt, I will pay! hehe. I am giddy over this!
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