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All such beautiful and colorful work...what a lovely surprise to open up. I don't know that I have ever ate curry. Looking forward to the post and mayhap a recipe?
I had one of those old grinders. It was my grandmothers. I left it with my son when I moved cross country. Wonder if I'll be able to get it back.Your crochet is very lovely.
Hi, thanks for stopping and leaving a comment. To answer your question this is a link to double knitting. http://www.stitchdiva.com/custom.aspx?id=142When I get to the red and black hat, I'm going to have SO video some of it for blogging.
I'm emotionally tied to my old grinder as my Nana gave it to us for a wedding present nearly 50 years ago. It still gets used now and again.I do like your rug for Wayne. The stitch is intrigueing and the colour blend is lovely. Is the log cabin rug the one from your last post? It's an effective treatment of an old favourite.I love curry if it's not too hot.
Thnks to all for your lovely comments.. @One pair of Hands:)) yes the log cabin rug is from a previous post, and the old grinder is worth its weight in gold.. The best find yet :))
The link for the gingerbread house pattern. You have wait for it snail mail though...:( no downloading it..which is a nice feature.http://www.gourmetcrochet.com/index_files/Page8522.htmI hope this works. If not just type in gourmet crochet, or crochet gingerbread house patterns
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