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Old 03-17-2017, 06:53 PM   #1
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Crocheters' delight

Attention all crocheters!!!

Found this terrific pattern online and wish I could crochet.


https://coolcreativity.com/crochet/a...-free-pattern/


If I have done it right, this is a link to it.

Too cute...but one heckuva lot of work.
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Old 03-17-2017, 06:59 PM   #2
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Attention all crocheters!!!

Found this terrific pattern online and wish I could crochet.


https://coolcreativity.com/crochet/a...-free-pattern/


If I have done it right, this is a link to it.

Too cute...but one heckuva lot of work.
That is a very basic crochet stitch. You can quickly learn how to do it by watching youtube videos.
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Old 03-17-2017, 07:16 PM   #3
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My wife just learned to crochet about a month ago and has already made a blanket and is working on another now. I showed this to her and she is going to do it or something very similar.
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Here is one my wife just made for a keychain...will have some available at our rally in May
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That is adorable and really very simple to make. I will just need to double the length if I want to make one to represent our Silver Cloud . Or try to talk my mother into making it. The last crocheting project I undertook, a blanket, had to be finished by Mom, as my stitches were not even.


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Old 03-18-2017, 10:51 AM   #7
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LINK from Theresa D


I copy & pasted above pictures--it's not just that it's cute outside...but that it's cute inside, too!


And, yes, a lot of work, looks like!


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My wife Melissa saw that and that's when she got the idea to make the keychains. She is planning on making some for our Rally in May for anyone who would like one...
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Can I order one lifted and without the axel setback ?

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Johnny M -- Melissa's keychain version is darling, too. Hope you sell all you bring!


Here's a keychain Paul made for us:


Note--he didn't crochet it. And it's the same on both sides, as it is Lexan sandwiching an extra black on clear logo for our '73 amerigo. It's fairly large and heavy for a keychain...but it's hard to lose.

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Can I order one lifted and without the axel setback ?

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Sure, will you be at the rally we host in May?
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Johnny M -- Melissa's keychain version is darling, too. Hope you sell all you bring!


Here's a keychain Paul made for us:


Note--he didn't crochet it. And it's the same on both sides, as it is Lexan sandwiching an extra black on clear logo for our '73 amerigo. It's fairly large and heavy for a keychain...but it's hard to lose.

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That is very nice too. Is the globe the Amerigo logo? Someone came to our rally last year all the way from Washington state but don't remember the name, was it you? If so are you coming this year? On second thought probably not as we didn't have an Amerigo there.
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Yes, the globe is the amerigo logo--the "icon" part of it, anyway.


No, wasn't us. So far we've camped only in OR and WA with Peanut--one shell with two nuts in it.


I want Paul to make up the rest of the extra logos we ended up with into keychains, which is about 3. We'd happily give them to any amerigo owners we encounter! Which so far is none.


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Attention all crocheters!!!

Found this terrific pattern online and wish I could crochet.


https://coolcreativity.com/crochet/a...-free-pattern/


If I have done it right, this is a link to it.

Too cute...but one heckuva lot of work.
How funny! I just saw this site on Facebook this morning; a friend of mine posted it! Seems as if the lady now has a book of patterns in the works. #Sweet!
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