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I love this Everyday Blanket stitch. Just finished this one and it’s a great one for those who have a hard time keeping count and always comes out with an even edge. And this simple border sets it off just right. For those who need help getting a good straight line, watch for this class coming soon.

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Have you always wanted to learn to crochet? Or maybe you know how but need to learn some new stitches and patterns. This Saturday we have a class for beginners and one for those who want to learn to do more. Just click here to register. We’ll see you Saturday!

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Crocheted Blanket

Just completed this sweet crocheted blanket for a friend. Hope to get it to her this week. Crocheting is a relaxing pass time. I mostly crochet while watching TV. We have a beginning and an advanced class coming up at The Studio. Click here to see more info and register.

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While in Pennsylvania a few days ago I saw this in a fabric store parking lot. Crochet to the max!!!!!!

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The 12-Point Star is a great crochet pattern for baby blankets and lap throws…and it’s not at all difficult to do. We’ll set a class up soon for this one and a few other patterns for those who are interested in adding some new patterns to their list of things to make.

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Hexagons in Crochet

wp-1580911231060.jpgDo you start projects that you sometimes don’t get back to finishing for a year or two?  Well I do!!!  This is one of them.  Last January (2019) when I was cat sitting for some friends I took this yarn to work on while watching TV with Peanut and Clyde. Don’t you love those names?  Well, fast forward to January 2020 and I was cat sitting again and remembered what I had worked on so I pulled it out this week and pieced it together.  I really like the look.  Glad to finish it …. finally!  Now on to other projects sitting in the closet.

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Crochet Infinity Crocheting is a terrific hobby to develop. I learned as a young child from my grandmother who was patient enough to teach a curious young girl. And I’m glad she was because I have made hundreds of items over the years. It is something I can do for a few minutes in between doing other things or I can sit for hours and crochet. That is the beauty of it. You can pick it up and put it down without any preparation or clean-up. And you can take most of it anywhere to do. Stick it in a bag and crochet while in a waiting room or on a long car ride. I LOVE IT! 20170901_070828If it’s time for you to learn then be sure to come to The Studio on Friday, October 18th and get in on the fun. We will learn to make an infinity scarf. Click here for more information and to register.

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LuLu in the Cat Cave

 

Here is LuLu showing how the Cat Cave works.  She likes it! If you want a Cat Cave for your kitty contact kwalker@kellywalkerstudios.com to order.  The range in price from $35-50 based on yarn and size. See more photos here.

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Nubby Cowl

20190123_160835.jpg Crocheted Cowl….using thick and nubby yarn….a must have for cold weather.  This one is SOLD.  Just email kwalker@thestudioforlearning.com if you want it.

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Knit and Crochet

20190127_063624.jpgCome to The Studio to learn to Knit and/or Crochet.  Both are great hobbies year round but especially in the winter months when you are inside so much.  All you need is the desire to learn and a little practice.  Check out knitting here…..and Beginning Crochet class here.

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