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Sample Sale

I came across a huge box of crocheted items that I have used as examples for classes we have had in the past few years.  I need to lighten the load so we are having a sample sale at The Studio.

Everything is rock bottom priced…..hats are $8 for kids hats; $10 for adult hats;  $12-15 for scarves.  Stop by for a bargain.

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Crocheted Hats

wpid-wp-1445004641178.jpg wpid-wp-1445004641642.jpgMore crocheting…..slouchy hats!  And one with a brim.  These patterns are available on Ravelry.com.  If you are a crocheter or knitter and are not going to this site you are missing out.  You can find some terrific patterns here and many are free.  Check them out at www.ravelry.com .  It’s free.

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Abby and HatYesterday while I was at the shop, Delilah’s Art & Gifts on Main Street in Front Royal, one of the artists who has work at the shop had her granddaughter there.  She is the perfect model for some of the hats at the shop.

Don’t forget that there is a “Buy One – Get One Free” Sale going on with crocheted hats right now.  Stop in.

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Hats 1As I promised last week I have written out the pattern for my basic hat pattern.  I am not a pattern writer but I think it makes enough sense that if you crochet you can get the idea of what to do.  BASIC HAT PATTERN

I hope you enjoy it!   And for those who don’t crochet these hats are available at Delilah’s on Main Street in Front Royal or just contact me.

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Hats 3 Hats 2 Hats 1With all this snow I am crocheting hats like crazy.  I love to crochet when it’s cold out and boy, has it been cold out!  Here are some of the newest ones.  They are available for purchase at Delilah’s on Main Street in Front Royal or by order.

For those of you who crochet I am going to try to write out the pattern for these.  I don’t use a written pattern so I will do the best I can to write it out and post it here soon.

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Crocheting More Hats

CAM06118More hats available at Delilah’s.  I enjoy making these when the weather is cold outside.

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