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What a surprise to find that an old crochet pattern that I made up a long time ago got selected for Home and Garden Digest “15 Best Crochet Tablecloth Patterns”. It was a nice surprise! You can see their article here with all the tablecloth patterns. Mine is number 11. I made it in 2013 just because I was sitting around with some extra cotton yarn and it was fun to play around with ideas. Then Mamie decided she liked it so I named it for her. This photo shows why. You can click here to go directly to the page with pattern.

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So this is what happens on a snow day when you have time on your hands. I made many more containers of varying sizes. Once you learn the basic pattern you can make many different containers from large baskets to small bowls. Why not join us at the upcoming class and learn to make these too! Click here for info and to register. Space is limited so be sure to sign up. And for those who don’t want to crochet we will have these available at the Pop-up Sale at The Studio coming up this Sunday. Check out that info here.

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Yesterday we shared another crocheted basket. Once you learn this pattern you can do so much with it. Take a look at this utensil holder. Join us to learn to make a crocheted basket and then expand it to so much more. Click here for more info and to register.

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Snowy day gave me time to work on another crocheted basket. These are so handy. If you would like to make one check out the upcoming class by clicking here.

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Join us to learn to crochet a basket. Once you learn this simple pattern you can make a variety of sizes and shapes. They work as deep baskets to hold a variety of things….yarn, towels, toys, etc. Or you can make them in shapes that work as dog and cat beds. Click here to register.

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Now that the weather is getting cooler it’s time to pull out those crochet hooks and get busy. Crocheting is a great hobby and so versatile. You can make blankets, scarves, slippers, baby clothes, sweaters, and on and on! If you would like to learn to crochet click here for more information.

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This new reality is difficult for most people….whether it’s because they are isolated with no human contact or whether it’s because they have been asked to sacrifice their livelihood to this pandemic. But for those of us who suffer from depression it is especially difficult.  I’m sure many, like me, keep their depression under control most of the time but this isn’t that time.  Depression is real…and rears it’s head at the worst possible times….like now.  We have to recognize it…and fight it with all we can.  Today I am fighting by trying to relax….and breathe. I’m keeping my hands and mind as busy as possible.  Lincoln and I took a long walk this morning and cut a few flowering limbs that we are enjoying sketching.  And they make a nice background view while we crochet a little too.  Here’s hoping all of you are coping with whatever you are dealing with today.  Stay healthy.

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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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Plaid Crochet

20190115_073939.jpgBeing home on these snowy days has allowed me to drag out projects that I started but haven’t finished….and I have a ton of them!  I finished this Plaid Afghan yesterday.  I can’t remember when I started it but yesterday it was finished!

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It’s fun to try new patterns when you crochet.  So join us on Tuesday, January 22nd at 5 pm to pick up this new pattern….the Star Blanket.  It can be made as a lovely baby blanket or you can make it larger and use it as a throw.  Nice!  Click here for more information and to register.

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