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|Comment||Marla, thank you for trying. i have always stored my snowflakes in the house. don't have a garage. ;) but i have tried different ways like in a ziploc bag or a cookie can or wrapped in tissue like you do. i will continue to look. at least if they are going to turn yellow, they only seem to do it for me. would hate to think that all the snowflakes i have given out over the years have turned. thanks again. happy new year to you! :)|
I have crocheted many doilies, I enjoy working with crochet thread. I have crocheted numerous afghans. But I have little to no experience in the afghan stitch, or hairpin lace. If you have a question pertaining to a pattern in a magazine, book or leaflet, please include the name and # of it, and the page or pattern #. There is a slight possibility I may have that pattern, and can refer to it. Nearly all of my crochet magazines, leaflests, etc are over 5 years old. Many are from the 80's and before. Although I have crocheted sweaters and slippers,I don't feel I have done enough of them to really give good advice as to assembling the pieces, but can give advice on the type of stitches.
I have been a crocheter for over 30 years.
American Legion Auxiliary
BS in geography
Awards and Honors
At a county fair one time I did win a crochet contest, and another time at the county fair I reccived a crochet award. and a few times I have won a "high points" award in crochet.