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I have heard this matter discussed for years – which uses more yarn, knit or crochet?  Well Joanne Scrace has finally conducted a fairly scientific experiment to answer this old question.  Her method is well documented on her blog â?¦

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cro summer top 0714

Patrice Walker has created this simple Summer top using a very customized approach.  With the information on her blog, you can create one of your own, using your choice of size, yarn, and even stitch pattern.  I love when â?¦

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cro converse 0714

If this isn’t the cleverest use of a simple crochet motif, I must be a monkey’s uncle (or aunt)!  As a tot, my daughter yearned deeply for the Converse high tops her older brothers wore.  She got them as hand-me-downs â?¦

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http://evanescencecrochet.blogspot.ca/2014/04/flowers-in-wild-flowers-aboundnow-that.html?m=1

It has become common knowledge that I love crochet flowers.  So, people send me links to many beauties.  There are not enough hours in the day for me to find all these goodies.  Thanks to all who send them.  â?¦

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Do you have a stash of cool buttons?  If so, you might not have enough of any one button to finish off a garment.  But, with this cool idea from Donatella, you can make fantastic use of those buttons.  In â?¦

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Dora Ohrenstein, an accomplished and well traveled crochet artist, is offering a wonderful course on Craftsy that will have us all mastering Tunisian crochet.  In this class (actually a series of classes all for one price), Dora takes us â?¦

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cro july 4 cloth 0614

So, if you’re fortunate, you might find yourself sitting around a campfire, picnic table, pool, or family room, thinking of a small project to crochet.  Here you go!  Four free, quick patterns that, of course, can be worked up in â?¦

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cro beach cover 0614

I love this beach cover up that Ellen over at the Chilly Dog has created.  She used a readily available cotton yarn but I would prefer a cotton blend for a number of reasons.  My experience with cotton worsted yarn â?¦

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cro strawberry lace 0614If you have never tried a project that does not begin with a foundation chain, this one would be a good place to start.  It’s such a pretty strawberry motif and could easily be adapted to an afghan of any â?¦

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cro monster bag 0614

The stated purpose of these monstrously cute bags is to hold plastic bags.  I’m sure they do that really well.  But, when I look at them, I see a great way to have little ones stash their PJ’s neatly every â?¦

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cro rainbow doll 0614What tot wouldn’t love to get her hands on this adorable Rachael Doll?  I think it’s totally cute.  Beatrice Ryan offers a free pattern for this cutie as well as other free patterns and tips on her blog.  You’ll â?¦

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Are you familiar with cutoutandkeep.net?  If not, you gotta get yourself over there to see all the crochet and other crafty goodies they have.  These slippers are one of the newer offerings.  I receive their occasional email updates â?¦

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cro floral necklace 0614

My friend, Sweet Sheri, sent me a link to this pattern, calling it a summer scarf rather than the ‘Floral Necklace’ that Red Heart identifies it as on their free pattern site.

It’s not something I would wear for â?¦

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cro motif dress 0614

In that serendipitous way one discovers amazing finds on the internet while looking for something entirely different, I found this totally amazing dress that is accompanied with not a pattern, but the method by which its designer created it.  This â?¦

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http://handmadebyannabelle.blogspot.com/2010/06/make-your-own-red-white-blue-cup-cozy.html

Here are two cute and quick ideas for July 4.  Of course, you can change the color and use the patterns for other occasions too!

http://handmadebyannabelle.blogspot.com/2010/06/make-your-own-red-white-and-blue.html

This is a ReWind article – to save my sanity.  I’ve posted the â?¦

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