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November 28, 2004



Would you mind sharing where you found the patterns for your pretty snowflakes?



excellent flowers and snowflakes.


Thanks, Maryse!

Leisel - I answer in email. :)


Lovely roses, thanks for the how to's. Funny, but I was thinking about something like this - on a small scale - for decorating slippers (rather than pom poms).

I'll keep my fingers crossed for your yarn, and for you as it seems like you're going to have a pretty busy week :)


I love the snowflakes. I must make some for a friend.

Dot has a neat patten for a crochet rose. I made one and pinned it to my Klaralund sweater.


Robbyn - If I weren't such an "anti-frou-frou" type, I'd definitely do more embellishments. As it is, I need to remind myself that a little decoration now & then isn't such a bad thing!

Thanks for the link, Vera - those are very pretty Irish crochet roses. :) A great alternative to the "Roll-up Roses."

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