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A Love Scarf from an Eleven Year Old

by This is Carrie on February 12, 2010

Last month, I taught a handul of 8-11 year old girls how to crochet.  They all took to it quite nicely, but only one finished a scarf in time for the Love Scarf Project.  When she was worried it was way too short, I remembered my crafty friend, Shari once told me how she used […]

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Making Stuff: Another Love Scarf

by This is Carrie on January 28, 2010

The deadline for the LA Love Scarf Project is quickly approaching so I got another use out of my new favorite Moebius Cowl scarf pattern. This time I used two shades of grey thread instead of two strands of the same color as before, giving it a niced heathered look. If you would like to […]

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Making Stuff: Crochet Hook Roll From a Placemat

by This is Carrie on January 8, 2010

A quick, little Christmas gift for my mother – the woman who passed on her love of crocheting to me. tutorial HERE. Next time I might use this tutorial instead-more work but I like the extra pockets.

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Making Stuff: Crocheted Newsboy Cap

by This is Carrie on December 1, 2009

An awesome newsboy cap crocheted for an awesome teenage girl fighting cancer who lost her beautiful, long, blonde hair a little quicker than she had anticipated.Pattern from Lillyknitting

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Making Stuff: It’s a Surprise

by This is Carrie on October 23, 2009

Lots of homemade loveliness all packaged up for a dear friend and her upcoming arrival(next week I can show you what’s inside).

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The Love Scarf Project

by This is Carrie on February 16, 2009

The Love Scarf Project(CA) changed it’s delivery date this year from Christmas Eve to Valentine’s Eve. 175 handmade scarves and caps were delivered to City of Hope Cancer center.And just FYI: The Love Scarf Project has now spread to NYC, Chicago and UT!check website for details

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