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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tea Wrap

I did this crochet wrap using Vanna's Choice yarn by Lion Brand. I found the free pattern on the Lion Brand site. It is Pattern Number: 81085AD. The pattern called for a N crochet hook but it took a P hook for me to make the gauge.
We cooked on our grill last night with friends and while the men were cooking, I used Naydine for my model. Naydine and I were in school together from beginning to end. It was a beautiful day and evening here but this morning is a different story--cold and raining. We may have had our last meal on the screen porch this year.

12 comments:

  1. What a beautiful creation you made. I am sure you will have tons of offers to have one made just for them.

    Love and Hugs ~ Kat

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  2. That wrap looks wonderful!!! I love to crochet so I may have to add that to my list of things to do. LOL!!

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  3. How beautiful is that? Simply lovely. It has been raining buckets here and getting quite chilly. Much love - Raquel XO

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  4. The wrap is beautiful. It's rainy and cold here too. It's beginning to feel more like winter than fall with flurries predicted for the next few days.
    BRRR...

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  5. Your wrap is very pretty. I am so tired of cold and rainy weather. Ugh! Twyla

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  6. Very pretty wrap. You did an excellent job.

    Maxine

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  7. Hi Marie,
    What a beautiful job you did with the wrap. Thank you for sharing.
    Sue

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  8. Hi Marie,
    What a nice name you have!! : )

    Thank you for visiting my blog today. It's always nice to meet new people.

    I love your needlework. I would like to learn to knit & crochet. I saw a scarf made of granny squares that I would like to try making. I also love your yoyo pumpkins - very cute!

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  9. Marie,

    That shawl is just beautiful. I wish you lived close by so you could teach me to crochet. I'm knitting an afghan right now that will probably take me all winter to finish.

    Gretchen

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  10. This is beautiful! I just posted a fall craft that I thought you might be interested in. Check out my blog if you don't already know how to make beautiful roses out of maple leaves.

    Have a Blessed Day,
    Jackie

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  11. My goodness that is beautiful. It is so dainty and feminine. Blessings to you.

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