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Thread: Some More "Loveys" I crocheted recently

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    I wish you well. HOpe you make out like a fat rat in a cheese factory!! Those are adorable!!

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    All very cute but the lamb wins!

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    They are lovely, look like a lot of time put into each one...hope you let your price at the craft fair.

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    Those are really cute. I bet little ones love them.
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    Super cute! If you don't sell out in a hurry, I'll be surprised......Love that dog on the granny square blankie........I went to that site you gave the name of, but is it necessary to buy a pattern for each critter? I was up to a hundred dollars in no time.......: (

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    Quote Originally Posted by wendiq View Post
    Super cute! If you don't sell out in a hurry, I'll be surprised......Love that dog on the granny square blankie........I went to that site you gave the name of, but is it necessary to buy a pattern for each critter? I was up to a hundred dollars in no time.......: (
    Yes, but she has good deals when you buy a bundle of 5 patterns, or 7 or 3 or whatever. They are very nicely designed and shaped... well worth the money. (SO much cheaper than quilt patterns, too!)
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    I love them.
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