Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Crochet Giveaway #11 - Closed


This will be giveaway #11. I will be giving away 4 Crochet World and 2 Crochet Fantasy magazines. The giveaway will run from today June 30, 2009 through July 11, 2009. I will draw the winner the following day. Everyone from any country is welcome to enter.

What are you working on now? I am currently working on my square baby afghan and a flower afghan. Now that I have more time, I am going to start a thread, join as you go project.

Please do not post your personal mailing address in the comment section. That can be e-mailed privately if you are the winner.

  1. The giveaway is open everyone around the world.
  2. In the comment section you can leave a name, nickname or some way that I will be able to contact.
  3. If you have previously won, I am going to ask that you wait 2 months to participate so everyone has a chance.
I appreciate the great response. Thank you to everyone who participated.

162 comments:

  1. Ja'Cori Smith its4dakingdom@aol.com

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  2. Bee Woodson

    woodson522@gmail.com

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  3. I'm working on my first (knitted) sweater. I'm also crocheting a scarf for my niece.

    Vanessa @ The Yellow Ribbon

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  4. I am crocheting vintage pot holders, always looking for vintage patterns. I enjoy your blog a lot. Barb

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  5. Todd Walters
    W_Walters@bellsouth.net

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  6. I look forward to the future thread project. Currently out of my threadie mode making a couple of baby afghans. Thanks for all the giveaways! Crafty generosity!

    Vanessa

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  7. Carole Lolley...I am currently knitting a baby blanket.

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  8. Hello Teresa

    I am working on crocheting a bag in the round, single crochet, 4mm hook, 8 ply acrylic yarn, two solid contrasting colors of purple held together, to make the bag strong. This will be my handbag.

    I would love to have a magazine from you, something from overseas, that would be fantastic. Thank you so much for sharing this giveaway.

    I am from Australia.
    My email is
    monikarose2020@gmail.com

    Have a fab day :)
    MOnikaROse

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  9. crocheting a stuffed elephant for my girlfriend and other assorted baby items booties blankets and hats... :) Deairadea

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  10. I'm making some travel jewelry pouches right now. :) I'm also finishing off a capelet.

    ~Claire

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  11. I am working on Dora the Exploer backback for my 3 year old birthday

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  12. Here's my entry! LOL Have a sae and happy fourth!!!!

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  13. I am currently working on 2 giant crochet hats (artwork-i am a fiber artist) they will be approximately 10feet in diameter and 15-20 feet tall


    -mallory dover

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  14. Ashley - akaye@sct-usa.net
    I am working on a red shrug and 12" squares for a block exchange.

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  15. Hi there,
    I am making a scarf for my mother in law and have started many other projects like dishcloths etc.

    Love your blog and check it almost daily.

    Thanks. apexseptic@verizon.net

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  16. I'm working on a premie blanket with plans to donate it to a hospital.

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  17. Hello!


    Valerie Hodge
    missvaleriehodge@hotmail.com

    Thank you :3

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  18. Great give-away. I'm working on beanies for my daughter and was looking for a different flower to put on them...came to you blog and love it!

    Debbie
    bamamomdeb@gmail.com

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  19. Momwithahook - Currently working on flower brooches.

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  20. love to have one of those magazines

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  22. I would love to be entered :)

    To answer your question, I'm working on a purse for my mom for her birthday.

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  23. Fun give away! I'm working on way to many projects. 2 blankets for christmas, 4 hats for friends, a baby blanket to use up some yarn I used to like but now I hate, a purse for my sister's birthday, and daisy flower squares to make a blanket for myself.
    I like to stay busy :)

    Sunshine
    sunshinenmysoul3 (at) gmail

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  24. I would love to do more thread patterns. Love ur blog.

    Pooja Bali

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  25. Tammy Boyd! I haven't been a subscriber here long, though I love it. Is the givaway a contest or something? My current projects: a blanket for my sister, and a baby blanket for a soon to be niece or nephew.

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  26. Thank you so much for all the free patterns..learned a lot from your videos...making the Granny squares right now.
    greetings Francien.

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  27. I also have a question, if that's okay. I haven't yet learned to read a filet chart- it looks difficult, but I'm working on it. When I've finally learned, I would like to use one of the simpler designs by making it into an afghan. How would I convert the chart into something that size?

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  28. Hiya,

    Through your blog and you tube I have started another person to crochet, thank you for being so helpful and generous with your giveaways,
    Hugs
    Angie aka lilacanglia

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  29. I'm starting a comfort shawl/lapghan for a friend who's been in and out of the hospital for the past month. Thought I'd use cotton and an open pattern so she could throw it over her shoulders in the hospital or over her legs when she's back home.

    Love your blog and all your crochet tips.

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  30. katkag77@gmail.com

    goodmorning!!

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  31. Hi Teresa would luv to win this giveaway uk crochet magazines seem to be old fashioned with the exception of one new one to which I subscribe so USA magazines would be so exciting luv Janxxx

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  32. ooo i hope im not too late!!!

    Kimberly Tia R.

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  33. oh...that is so nice of you theresa...i would love to win a crochet magazine.

    I'm currently working on few small crochet projects like coasters and doilies...soon will start with christmas theme afghan...

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  34. G'day, I'm working on a piece of Coral for our Hyperbolic Crocheted Coral Reef installation in Oz... I'd love to be added to your crochet giveaway please... Bethel of Bethania

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  35. Hi Teresa! I love your blog and your videos.
    I'm working on my second pair of crocheted mocassin slippers, on a shrug and on an afghan, this last 2 proyects in different types of looms.
    Greetings from Argentina.
    Alejandra

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  36. I'm crocheting a scarf.

    xoxo

    Uniami

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  37. I'm working on a crochet cardigan for a friend. Just making swatches right now.
    I'd love to win those gorgeous magazines. It's very generous of you.

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  38. I am working on a baby afghan = so much fun. a.haun@sbcglobal.net

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  39. Hi Teresa,
    Each and every crocheted work is so cute and awesome! I like your video tutorials which clearly explains everything from basic.I have crocheted many things like Star stitch flat pouch, beanie cap, toddler slippers and high top booties for my relatives from your blog links. And they have all come out wonderfully! Thank you so much!

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  40. Gloriana P.

    Please enter me for the 11th giveaway!

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  41. bekka.poo@gmail.com

    Even though it's the middle of Florida summer, I'm working on a crocheted shrug for the winter. I plan to give it away to my mother in NY. I also just finished my first crochet purse two nights ago.

    I love your blog, and thank you so much for taking the time to teach so many people.. I'm a daily reader, but infrequent comment poster. :)

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  42. Another giveaway. I am working on a bookmark, your heart potholder and making my own crochet slipper. Add me too this giveaway.
    I am on Ravelry as syeda and my blog is Syeda's Hobbies www.syedaiffat.blogspot.com

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  43. GREETINGS FROM AUCKLAND, NZ ! THANKS TO YR EXCELLENT STEP BY STEP VIDEO, I MANAGED TO MAKE A HAT WITH THE BRIM FOR MY DAUGHTER! IT LOOKS SO PRETTY ON HER & SHE ADORES IT! MY HUSBAND AND MY 2 SONS WERE VERY SURPRISED THAT I MANAGED TO 'MAKE' THAT HAT FOR MY DAUGHTER! THEY ALL SAID IT IS VERY CUTE! THANKS SO VERY MUCH TERESA!

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  44. I'm making a baby blanket (first time)
    Thanks,
    Tiffany

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  45. I have several projects in the works. You can never have too many going. :)

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  46. I'm working on a mystery CAL in Ravelry. It is for beginners to teach us how to read symbol chart patterns.
    Nancy

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  47. Catriona@sooticasdream.com

    *crosses my finger*

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  48. I am working on two projects. The first I work on while my daughter is awake is a vintage purse which is turning out very nice. The "secret" project is an amigurumi sheep for my daughter's birthday.

    Cienna2000

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  49. neencrochet from youtube and raverly
    I am working on a mohair shoulder shrug in hot pink and black

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  50. Iam working on a wiggly crochet cat rug. I made the design myself and followed the instruction given for wiggly crochet rugs from Annie's Attic. Then I am making a sweater from a pattern from a Family Circle 1987. It is a rose granny square pattern. It will take 152 regular squares, 4 under arm squares. 14 folded squares and 23 triangles. I already have about 75 squares done.
    karmicraft
    friend3951@verizon.net

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  51. Hi, I've been watching your videos on Youtube. You're awesome. I first learn how to crochet from my mom. She is very good too. Now I'm kind of on my own. I've just finished an afghan with squares for my grandma. I'm working on another afghan with the afghan stitches. It's cool! But I have one question though. After finishing the square, how can I end it? Do I just fasten off and cut the yarn, or should I slip stitch in the row that I've just done? You can just e-mail me the answer at quynhanh18@gmail.com. Thank you very much!

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  52. hi there, I'm currently working on a bolero for myself and a bonnet for a friend of mine. My problem is that I always engage in more than 1 project at the same time! And since I work during the day, I use some little time between dinner and bed to work on my crochets.. and it's relaxing :) Btw, I started learning crochet in october last year, so I'm still a beginner/intermediate crafter.
    Greetings from the Netherlands!

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  53. Hi! I just finished a Starling Handbag which I gave away (free pattern at futuregirl.com) and now want to make another for myself.

    I just found your blog today and love it! I think it will especially be useful when I try to teach some friends to crochet next week.

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  54. Thank you for being so generous with your time, ideas, & Giveaways!
    I'm currently working on a ripple afghan.

    Barb H

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  56. Still working on my tiny flowers for my cards.

    thanks much

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  57. Hello,Teresa. I love your blog. Thank you so much for sharing your work and ideas with us! Saletedm from São Paulo, Brazil

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  58. i just completed my first set of alphabet blocks and i am starting a baby blanket of 2 round solid granny squares in a brown and blue faded yarn. i think it will be pretty neat!. teresa. i love your work and if i hadnt found your site i dont think id be doing as much as i do now. i just started my own blog if you and anyone else would please take a look at it and let me know what you think!!!
    katy

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  59. thought i should leave my url for all the lazy people like me!!!
    http://katysworks.blogspot.com/

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  60. Hi there! you can contact me at silverwolf2626@aol.com if I win :) I am currently working on making hats to donate to cancer patients at our local hospice hospital. Any patterns I get would go towards my projects for there. I love watching your videos, they help me get new ideas for afghans and designs for hats to make. :) I just signed up and I will be making a blog about the things I make, and maybe even try to post pictures of patients that receive my donations if that's possible :)

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  61. I am working on a crochet belt. I am just crocheting using some stitches and see how it turns out. I want to start making my own patterns, so I am trying out a belt to go with my favorite ripped/torn Levi's. :D

    Tropicalblogger

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  62. Hi, My name is Maureen, from Ireland,I am new to crochet but having so much fun with it, it is so addictive! I Love it! I would love to be included in your draw. On the off chance that I would win anything you can contact me through my blog which is: http://seaweedrosesandwool.blogspot.com
    Thanks, and by the way I think your blog is really great and an inspiration to us all!

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  63. I'm working on a cotton baby blanket for my best friend and an afghan for my dad to replace the one the dog chewed (ouch!).

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  64. Hi Teresa, I would love this giveaway but I want to thank you still for all the time and patience that you giveaway every day with your videos and patterns! God bless you for all you do! :-)
    Joni
    www.jonicrochetcreations.etsy.com

    Hot here in Iowa! HOpe you are enjoying your summer!

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  65. Hi Teresa, I'm Dalila from Argentina !
    Now, I'm working on a scarf made by a lot of flowers. Is easy & incredible !
    I hope to win this time !!!

    Hugs for everyone, especially for you Teresa !!

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  66. michelle misspoison76@yahoo.com

    I've never read a crocheting magazine. How exciting!!

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  67. hello There Theresa
    I am still working on my little babies I just made an Irish one. No pattern at all. All in thread I would love to have these books Puffyjo . thanks so much for your time . I am always looking for new things to make. I am going to bemaking some rose earrings for my little one.

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  68. Hello,
    I´m from Germany and wanted to thank you anyway...Through your blog and you tube I have learned to crochet Baby Chucks. I´m still working on the second one ;o)
    Many thx for your effort!

    Email: mejucasa@aol.com

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  69. Hello,
    I´m from Germany and wanted to thank you anyway...Through your blog and you tube I have learned to crochet Baby Chucks. I´m still working on the second one ;o)
    Many thx for your effort!

    Email: mejucasa@aol.com

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  70. My name is Fleurhime

    I currently learning amigurumi after watching ur video on youtube~

    Thanks for share so many video with others, it helps a lot!
    I really like ur video, because you make crochet easier to learn.
    :D

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  71. Hi Teresa I like to be added to the Crochet 11 Giveaway.

    Joan Donaldson
    angelwingscrocheting@yahoo.com

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  72. I really look foward to seeing what you come up with next i love your work Tosha

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  73. I have been working on fine tunning my crochet beginners skills by watching your tutorials on YOUTUBE, thaks for posting those. My mom doesnt have an artsy bone in her body so every thing i love and do i have learned from others kind enough like you to share your wisdom. Thank you so much!

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  74. Hi Teresa,
    I just finished summer dress for my daughter and working on the matching shrug.

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  75. Hi Teresa, Keep up the excellent work! Kirk McVey

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  76. I'm from Sardinia, Italy, I've started crocheting visiting your blog and I'm surprise about what I'm able to make now. At the moment I'm trying to make shells, sea horses and starfish to applique on afghans, pillows ... I don't know exactly .....thanke you for all your instructions. Debora

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  77. Cynthia Harris

    http://cyannris.googlepages.com

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  78. I am lining a purse I just finished (OK over a month ago), starting a shrug for my daughter's bday on aug. 2, and working on a crochet necklace with an ivory pendant. As usual I have more going than I should.

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  79. phardie11@cornellcollege.edu... I am currently working on an afghan and I am starting to think about my next fun and exciting project.:)

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  80. Jessica Thomas
    jessicathomas736@gmail.com

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  81. Hi. I'm working on a pair of gloves in crochet for my mother. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

    Rosario from Uruguay

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  82. Teresa,
    Thank you for your tutorials, I am learning to crochet from them and enjoy every minute.

    I am currently working on a granny square lap blanket and my first doily with pansies around it. Plus I have lots of flowers that I am working on to give to family friends as fashion accessory.

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  83. I'm working on an amigurumi doll.

    Jan

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  84. I love your blog. And i want to participate too.
    Lena

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  85. I am currently trying to complete 27 crocheted items for our local fair. They are due the last day of August and so far I have finished 22 of them!

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  86. I am working on 2 blankets, one is a side shell stitch I go from the linus project website. The other is a square granny afghan. When I have the chance I have been trying to teach my mother how to crochet. It's not easy since she doesn't have the internet. My mother recently showed me the stash that she took when my great grandmother died. There are magazines there from 1943! Crochet hooks and needles galore. The mess of yarn gives me shivers just thinking about it. Makes me miss my great grandmother all over again.

    Anyway thanks teresa! I feel so close to my great grandmother through your videos!

    Jessica!

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  87. Enjoy every video and have learned so much. Please eneter me in giveaway #11.

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  88. I love your blog, Teresa, thanks for all!

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  89. Hi Teresa!

    Currently I am working on a cushion for my sister, a hat for my other sister, and a amigurumi for my cousin :) I also want to start a bag for my grandmother, but I am going to wait until I finish all those things!

    My last projects where a bag for my mother, a bolero jacketand a handbag for another cousin and a hat for my sister :)

    It seems that I can't stop crocheting! Jeje

    I still have a lot to learn and you are a very helpful teacher, your videos are amazing and very educational!

    Thanks for everything. I would love to enter in your crochet Giveaway #11.

    Best Regards,

    Sole

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  90. Hi Teresa

    I'm Tasha all the way from NZ

    You Are AWESOME!!!

    As a child I used to watch my Mum crochet & always wanted to learn how.

    I'm in my 30's now & I've been using your clips for the last few months & I've learnt so much. I've made a couple of hats & scarves! It's so relaxing.

    Thanks heaps. Your clips & instructions are so clear. You are truly a master.

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  91. Hey Teresa,

    Thank you for the giveaway. Please consider this as my entry. I've been participating in your give aways... hope I win sometime. :)

    I am currently working on a couple of scarves and finishing off a kids sweater. Will send you the inks to my pictures once I put them up.

    Thanks !!
    Amrita.

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  92. love your tutorial.

    Alena Carter

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  93. Hi! Lara Evans from Australia.

    Just finished a top for my son and just about to make your solomons knot dress for a friends little girl! I can't wait to give it to her, it's so beautiful!

    themaskedlara@gmail.com

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  94. I'm making a blanket and a amigurumi octopus I've learnt so much from you and love to crochet as it is relaxing. Take care Fiona

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  95. Dharma Romo
    I'm currently living in Toronto, I am working in so many projects, a bag, a bunch of amigurumis and some other that I forget

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  96. Just completed a beanie for my son. presently working on a baby dress ...

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  97. Hi, I feel as if I know you from watching your wonderful videos. Right now, I am making a matching baby blanket, booties, hat, and bibs using your videos and patterns. I hope I win, great prizes. Thank you.
    ams,
    amsadana@aol.com

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  98. This is so cool!
    I do a little crochet beading, but would love to do other stuff as well. Hope I win!

    Leigh (bdswagger)

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  99. I'm working on this tutorial of yours, plus today bought two new yarn skeins to start the hobo bag project (as usual yours tutorial).

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  100. I'm working on an amigurumi teapot and tea cups for my daughter right now. I'd love to make a pair of yoga socks for myself, but I can't seem to find any crochet patterns and I don't knit. Do you know of any? I'd try to create my own pattern, but I'm still fairly new at this!

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  101. I am working on crochet hats and blankets to donate to the local hospital neonatal unit.
    kathleengrams@msn.com

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  102. Working on baby hats, booties now for a friend of my daughters' who had her baby this last Monday. :) Can't wait to see the new thread! :)
    Leann Duncan
    scrapbookingbyleann@yahoo.com

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  103. Hi! I'm Eleanor Sutherland from New Zealand. I'd like to enter this giveaway ^^

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  104. I'm crocheting a join as you go project too. It's being done with bamboo yarns. It's for a friend and she's supplying the yarns too.

    Paul Lionel
    Malaysia.

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  105. Thanks for all giveaways
    Seema
    saraf.mohan@gmail.com

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  106. Currently I am learning to knit and learning to use my sewing machine. I am also working on my crochet-a-long 12" squares.

    susief00

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  107. Are Aussies able to participate?
    I learned EVERYTHING off you! I am going to get to emailing you some pics one day.

    My name is Serene Johnson

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  108. Nicole, you can contact me through my blog. Thanks!

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  109. I am crocheting dishcloths for an exchange.Thanks for sharing all your knowledge. So very helpful. MaryBeth AKA msmugsy msmugsy21@gmail.com

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  110. Julie Lanner
    juliest@san.rr.com

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  111. Hi :) I just discovered your blog! I am learning to crochet as a summer project! I have comepleted a couple of dishcloths in single crochet. I am now working on double crochet. I am about to finish a coaster adn then I am going to do some solid color granny squares using the pattern you posted on your blog last year! I have a lot of scraps and hopefully when I am finished I will have a "crazy quilt" type throw to use this winter :)

    Elizabeth Johnson

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  112. sorry, I thought it would give you my email - it is flscrappinmom AT gmail.com

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  113. I just finished making a beanie for my grandchild and my daughter loves it so she ask me to make more for my grandchild and children of her friends. I am from the Philippines and it is hard to find correct yarn and hooks for a specific project anyway I make use of what I have. I enjoy looking at your site more than the others cause it is easier to follow.

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  114. forgot to give my email ad: tinabalagosa@gmail.com

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  115. I just re-started knitting and crocheting after a 10-months-break. I am finishing a crocheted basket for myself and a pair of slippers for my sister.

    Anya

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  116. Hey Teresa... We all love you and thank you so much for posting these giveaways... Hydamyster :-)

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  117. I'm working on a dishcloth (first try) and also a dog motif afghan (which may take me years). Have many more projects I want to make - all right now! Need more hours in the day : )

    Cindy

    cindys6436@yahoo.com

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  118. I have a tee on the hook and a rug on the needles.... I am also checking out rippled stiches for an afghan I want to make....

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  119. flmimiof3@verizon.net ,,,hope it not to late to enter giveaway

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  120. Becky Pena

    my_cinnamon_berry@hotmail.com

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  121. Hi,
    I am Tracy from Washington State.
    I have 3 projects going right now. A Eco bag that folds into it's self for storage, and 2 shawls. I am figuring that they will all be done about the same time.
    tolson76@comcast.net

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  122. Hi,
    I'm Tracy Olson from Washington.
    I am working on 3 projects. A Eco bag that turns in on it's self into a storage bag. I have 2 shawls going also. I figure they will all be finished about the same time.
    tolson76@comcast.net

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  123. Quinzilla,
    I am working on a bib set for a friend who's baby is due in August.

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  124. Jenny Johnson chiisaichi@gmail.com
    ^_^~<3

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  125. I have just started with Crochet a couple of months ago, so I have so many projects i'm going insane. ^^
    Bu the way, THANK YOU for helping me learning how to crochet! You have great videos!

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  126. hii

    now i am working a kitchen apron for myself.

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  127. hii

    I am crochetting a kitchen Apron

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  128. Wow! I am so glad I found your site! I am self taught crocheter who began at the age of nine, and have been gleefully stitching for 30 years. I was wandering the internet for new inspiration as I am getting ready for my first studio tour this fall in my local area. I love what I see and will be checking in often. Thank you for creating such a lovely place to visit and learn.

    Priscilla
    aka patwantkaur1970@yahoo.com

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  130. Hi Teresa,

    I finished the white hat on one of your youtube video's on Sunday! Yipeee my first project..done! :)

    My dh wants one to now, but said this is to girly for him..even with the rim off..lol

    So here I go...

    Tx & Hugs

    Maritza
    South Africa

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  131. I am crocheting a reduction tote bag. reducing a plastic bag. simple stitches: chain, double crochet, and slip stitch.
    crocheting is a new activity for me and I really enjoy it.

    first time,i learn crocheting from your video tutorial.thank you for sharing. that's really helpful.

    i am from Indonesia
    email: eriy_candy@yahoo.com

    regards
    Erih Dahana

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  133. Hi there,
    I’m currently working on a Baby Afghan using a shell variation-4 stitch.
    Renee Ruiz

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  134. i'm currently working on preemie outfits for church member also hat&scarf set for neighbor's baby boy.

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  135. working on my charity crochet for this year! lots of afghan to make. Im CrochetR@aol.com

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  136. I am currently Working on Stockings for christmas and slippers to go in them

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  138. I am two neices that are pregnant, so I've been busy making blankets, sweaters, hats and booties for the wee ones. Also, I mix it up a little trying out some arugurmi (?sp) animals.

    Ann Cuddy
    anncuddyarmstrong@hotmail.com

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  139. annie kirouac
    entering contest for free goveaway
    monkoi_annie@hotmail.com
    thanks for everything

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  140. Hannah Attaway
    hdattaway at juno dot com

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  141. Working on learning mesh!
    StAcy F.
    Littleblackpot at gmail dot com

    thanks!

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