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Two New Designs

Tuesday, March 19, 2013
My long-awaited Gwyneth Cable Cowl pattern is now available in my Ravelry store:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gwyneth-cable-cowl






I love the Gwyneth Cable and have used it on a miser purse design as well which appeared in Inside Crochet, the British publication: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/miser-purse






Daughter, Bethany, is my best model!

A month ago, I finished a new creation in which I brought the outside in. I was keeping it a secret because I had planned to enter it in the 2013 CGOA Design Contest. However, I've just learned that the contest will be held in Reno and I won't be attending. The design is too fragile to mail, so I'm revealing it here!

I've been working on some projects with a lot of detail and a lot of steps, so I haven't brought anything to completion this week. As is usually my style, I will probably see several to completion all in one week sometime soon!

We are off to babysit the grandkids tomorrow and then rushing back for Crochet Buffet hosted by my CGOA chapter: http://www.nicrochet.com/ I am really looking forward to it.

Also, if you haven't been following the Blog Tour of Crochet Country over at Crochetville, there is still time to check it out. It is a wonderful way to treat yourself to a daily blog all during National Crochet Month:
http://crochetville.com/march-19-national-crochet-month/ My stop on the blog tour is March 31, but I hope to see you back here before then!

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