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You know all those old shirts and really old shirt waist dresses you have hiding in the back of your closet or can purchase for pennies at any garage sale?  You know what you need to do to destress on â?¦

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Look how charming these tags are!  Kym a tCobberson and Company has created the tags and offers a way for us to print them off free!  I’ve written about tags before, but this is the first free printed crochet â?¦

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If you like to (or must) sew and you also crochet, you’ll be pleased with the scrumptious pincushions in this collection by Cat Thomas.  Many of them are like tiny works of art and would brighten a desk, table, or â?¦

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You probably didn’t think of TicTacToe for church – but you might want to!  We’ve all seen those ‘church babies’ for little girls and the ‘church books’ for tots to keep them occupied and quiet during church or other such â?¦

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Do NOT be fooled by this books cover!  It’s way better than the cheerful cover might lead you to believe.  Really!

Interweave Press author Sarah Hazell has gathered 200 stitches, some of which will be entirely new to you.  Each â?¦

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Here are a couple of ideas for cute, small crochet projects.  Everyone is sure to find something from this group.  First are these adorable little fortune cookies designed by Mohu.  Who wouldn’t love to receive one of these with â?¦

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I just fell in love with this cheerful St. Patrick’s Day Wreath created by Kara over at  As usual, her design is very appealing – and is offered as a free pattern for all of us to make and â?¦

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I found this stunning crochet lace motif when I was looking for something entirely different.  But, there it was – just waiting for me to discover it!  Isn’t it lovely?  I believe it is shown here as a necklace which â?¦

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And, since you might want to match that cool bracelet you just crocheted, here’s a sweet, simple little headband from Amy made with the same yarn.  Don’t you love the way these two simple little items would pull an outfit â?¦

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This is a perfect project for a beginner – instant gratification – and a clever project for a crocheter of any level.  For a rank beginner, I’d start with a plainer version of worsted weight acrylic yarn as it would â?¦

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Jamey Ekins has created this great crochet resource that we all need to have on hand.  You can’t really read the chart depicted here, but the one on her site is much clearer.  If you are ever uncertain about UK â?¦

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One doesn’t typically write ‘crochet’ and ‘luminaria’ in the same sentence, but this time it works.  The designer of this project decided to rescue old, stained doilies for the project.  However, there’s no reason we can’t crochet our own â?¦

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I just had to share this sweet headband.  It makes the young lady look like a princess.  I think this would add the perfect touch of floral beauty to a Spring wedding and would look equally wonderful on a tot â?¦

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If you’ve got a kid at home younger than 18, you probably have a Rainbow loom and oodles of tiny rubberbands.  They are all the rage and they’re pretty cool.  I’ve seen very intricate bracelets made by 10 year olds.  â?¦

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This is a chunky cowl you can make on a snow day using the handy tutorial and free pattern that Karen is offering.  She was inspired by being stuck at home on a snow day.  I bet she’s not the â?¦

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