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I just discovered this site today!  It’s a part of Coats&Clark that I’ve never seen before.  There are a few free crochet patterns on the site, including this beautiful dress.  You must register with the site to download the â?¦

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cro symbol chart

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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cro locking stitch markers 0913

Have you seen these very clever and useful stitch markers?  Clover, a company whose products I have come to rely on, has created these locking stitch markers that have an additional little clip on them.  The tiny clip can hold â?¦

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tulip etimo crochet hook

 

Good hooks – What’s your favorite hook – and why?  I have fallen in love with the newish Etimo Tulip Hooks.  They have really diminshed the amount of carpel tunnel pain I suffer.

Yarn/thread – I have rid myself â?¦

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There have been some new crochet accessories, gadgets, and other tools on the market lately.  I’ve written about some of them.  However, I still prefer some of the older items that do the same work.  Here’s my Top Five List.  â?¦

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color grid color tool

Color Grid from kangaroodyer.com

I read about this tool in the Summer 2013 issue of Crochet! magazine and can’t wait to get my hands on one.  I am not great with color.  I know what I like but that’s about â?¦

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sensor velocity iron

 

Do you like to iron?  I don’t!  But, from time to time, ironing is necessary.  From pressing a crease in my slacks to blocking an almost completed crochet item, I much prefer to work with an iron that will â?¦

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This evening, I had a few minutes to browse through the magazines at Barnes and Noble.  This is a rare occasion for me!  I saw some crochet magazines I’d heard about but never seen.  Simply Crochet magazine was one I’d â?¦

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Look what I won!

It’s such a cute bag, but that’s not the best of it.  This bag is very well designed – and I wish I could find a place to purchase it.  No luck so far.  You can â?¦

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I have not actually used any of the ereaders myself – you know, the Nook, Kindle, etc.  Have you?  What are the pros and cons of these devices with regards to crochet?  Are they good for reading â?¦

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I bet you haven’t heard of a Billie Box.  I got to see one in person last week.  It’s awesome!  You gotta get yourself one – or more of them.  The one above has a single ‘port’ or â?¦

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Are you a fan of amigurumi? If so, you’re going to love the offerings of this crochet designer.   Ana Yoguis has a wide variety of patterns available at her etsy store.  Many are amigurumi items you won’t find elsewhere.  â?¦

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Hope Kremer has created these absolutely beautiful doily note cards with her stamping business.  She’s a talented lady who both crochets and stamps.  I love the detail of the doily (which you might not get the full benefit of in â?¦

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I’ve spent hours and hours trying to find just the right cardigan pattern to use with some hand painted yarn I purchased recently.  Carol Wolf’s patterns are some of my favorites.  She always seems to design garments that are practical â?¦

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Have you seen this magazine at your favorite book or craft retailer?  If you have, you must know that it’s a bargain at $6.99!  This issue is full of beautiful crochet designs, the quality of which we have come to â?¦

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