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We live just outside of Toronto. I was born and raised there. I`m so happy to be living here. We`re making the best of the restrictions we are following. Anything to beat this Pandemic.

I had a friend show me how, then a lady at church helped me and pointed out how uniform my stitches were. I was on Youtube and took books out of the library as well. The cowls were good short projects as I was working a ton of hours. Funny you should ask me about Canada as both my parents were Canadians. I grew up in Detroit and we often went to visit relatives in Windsor. Now I am in California. You?


I took a 3 week course about 8 yrs ago with a friend. The teacher taught about types of yarns, how to read patterns, and made us practice little samples of stitches. We didn`t make a full project until we finished. I started with Afghans. I went on Youtube and that helped me with stitches. I could stop and start how many times I needed until I caught onto the stitch. It`s why I could make so many different projects. Do you live in Canada?

Wow! I am impressed. It is a new skill for me: the one thing my mother was not able to teach me (she was left handed while I am right). She insisted I learn to crochet before I attempted to knit. After she passed, I had a friend get me started. I made cowls for my cat and friends dogs.


I love making baby gift sets of a blankets, booties, beanies and Teddy Bears. I posted some of them on Jigidi. I have made many children`s sweaters and finally made one for my husband this year. I make afghans, hats, twisted headbands, tote bags, girls headbands, shrugs and jumpers. I plan to make mini couches for our 2 cats this year.

I love natural and hand dyed yarns and made some special cowls, infinity scarves and fingerless gloves. Had some items in stores but the cost of the one of a kind yarns hurt resale. I would love to make a sweater one day.

How about you @northcousin


what do you like to crochet yarnover

@northcousin - Yes I do! Good catch.


yarnover? You must crochet with a name like that????

ktcarroll and godeks Glad you both enjoyed this one. The stones are actually in a back yard a long way from the beach. The sprinklers had just washed them.

This was lovely to do. I could smell the ocean.


a great variety of colors and shapes. Natural? On a beach?

Glad you enjoyed it Annetta. You are most welcome.


Nice puzzle! Thanks.

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