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Thread: Do you crochet things for your kitchen? Let's Chit Chat!

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    Google Goddess craftybear's Avatar
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    I was wondering what types of things you crochet for your kitchen?

    I just found this cool crochet hot pad.

    http://www.freecraftunlimited.com/flower-hot-pad.html

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    I am crocheting some clothes for the oil spill. Haven't done anything for kitchen, but will since you shares this nice site.

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    Just dish towels, only crochet a bit, and am not real good at it!

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    Those flower pads are really pretty. Could make in any colors too.

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    Not if I can help it! :mrgreen:

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    I used to crochet a lot, but haven't done anything since I got arthritis in both thumbs. I am planning to do some crocheted necklaces for my granddaughters.....
    I looked at the site you posted...Those are interesting looking....I wonder how big they are. I can think of a few uses for them in a smaller version....

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    do you have pictures of the necklaces you are making?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ditter43
    I used to crochet a lot, but haven't done anything since I got arthritis in both thumbs. I am planning to do some crocheted necklaces for my granddaughters.....
    I looked at the site you posted...Those are interesting looking....I wonder how big they are. I can think of a few uses for them in a smaller version....

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    I haven't made one yet...I just bought some pink and purple buttons to use.... I'll post a picture in a few days!

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    I just recently learned to crochet and have only cranked out a pile of dishcloths. I'm not very good and kind of get confused. But it is fun and relaxing.

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    crocheting is so much fun and relaxing

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