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    I've got my eye on this one for its...

    I've got my eye on this one for its stay-on-the-shoulders design.
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    If I wore that in public, I would be arrested for...

    If I wore that in public, I would be arrested for public indecency.
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    Well, it is made of ash. That is the same wood...

    Well, it is made of ash. That is the same wood used for baseball bats. Hard as hard as can be. But portions of the hook do look sort of thin, don't they... :D
  4. I must say, the join really is almost invisible.

    I must say, the join really is almost invisible.
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    It's not only Furls hooks...

    Got $65.00? Then here's the ergonomic hook for you! Comes in all sizes. I'm intrigued. I am always looking for a hook suitable for pencil-grippers.

    Ergonomic Crochet Hook Wood Crochet Hook...
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    This is really up my alley! Too bad I am in the...

    This is really up my alley! Too bad I am in the middle of 3 different projects right now. And it's designed by Edie Eckman, to boot - she is a professional designer (who also gives instruction in...
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    Never thought of that, but I guess if the yarn...

    Never thought of that, but I guess if the yarn used is thin and soft enough, you would have a really nice camisole. I see that they recommend Premier Yarn's Cotton Fair, which is #2. I'd prolly...
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    I see they recommend Mako cotton (which includes...

    I see they recommend Mako cotton (which includes a bit of nylon; good idea) for this project. I just love any chainette yarn. It may be worsted weight, but it's light as can be. I am not going to...
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    Me, I'd make this big and baggy, then wear it...

    Me, I'd make this big and baggy, then wear it over a long sleeved shirt or turtle neck. It is kind of revealing for those of us not young and firm anymore. :p
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    Re felting. When I had a baby I didn't want to...

    Re felting. When I had a baby I didn't want to put plastic pants over his diapers (cloth ones). So I went to the charity stores, bought a bunch of wool sweaters for real cheap, cut them into the...
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    Why, thank you, girls, but I don't wish to make...

    Why, thank you, girls, but I don't wish to make an item by watching a video. This never worked for me, after trying once or twice. I like to sit down with a written pattern, by the window for good...
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    Yes, a "nice crochet doily" indeed. Even nicer...

    Yes, a "nice crochet doily" indeed. Even nicer if you can read and understand Arabic, I suppose...
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    After 53 years of crocheting..... TENNIS ELBOW? ...

    After 53 years of crocheting..... TENNIS ELBOW?

    LOL! I am not laughing at your problem, but the way you said this is amusing (to me, anyway!).
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    Nice looking shirt. Looks easy to do. Just...

    Nice looking shirt. Looks easy to do. Just another thing on my long to-do list...
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    1. Short curtain/valance for living room window....

    1. Short curtain/valance for living room window. Out of Bernat Handicrafter. It's like working with a tough, scratchy string, so it's a bit hard to pull thru loops. Feh.

    2. A cardigan/jacket...
  16. This is True Love - Man and Dog. So sweet. :D...

    This is True Love - Man and Dog. So sweet. :D Thanks for showing us this!
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    Least said - soonest healed! Thank you. :D

    Least said - soonest healed! Thank you. :D
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    @Jean Marie. I wasn't criticizing you. I was...

    @Jean Marie. I wasn't criticizing you. I was referring to nonbelievers throwing around "Jesus this, Jesus that, what would Jesus do" and blather like that. They don't give a hoot about Jesus...
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    I am not religious, but it rubs me the wrong way...

    I am not religious, but it rubs me the wrong way when everyone and his dog talks about "Jesus". It's not just Jesus, it is Jesus CHRIST. For believers, he was and is The Christ. The one and the...
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    Cute title for this scarf! :p

    Cute title for this scarf! :p
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    I like the overall design of this, but was...

    I like the overall design of this, but was wondering if the ribbing at the bottom should not be tighter. It just seems to be hanging there as an extension of the rest of the body of the sweater and...
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    You were asking me, I take it? The brown and...

    You were asking me, I take it?

    The brown and red ones here:
    Extreme Craft: Pattern Recognition

    Gilbert built on the work of the Institute for Figuring by creating a computer program that...
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    Common sense advice for Tuesday.

    I found this as a tweet:

    T Trust #God more than your plan.
    U Use what you have, do what you can.
    E Expect good things to happen.
    S Start now, not tomorrow.
    D Don't rush, good things take...
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    I can frog it for a row or two once I find the...

    I can frog it for a row or two once I find the beginning but then when I get to another color I have a harder time frogging. Example: I'm frogging the blue yarn and when I pull the blue yarn and get...
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    Once I realized the flexibility of crochet to...

    Once I realized the flexibility of crochet to define elaborate forms, I wanted to explore these possibilities, maintaining the physical process while letting the computer handle most of the tedium....
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