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Sep 10, 2019 09:57:05   #
The Turn of the Key, Ruth Ware. Sure is keeping my attention!
Aug 26, 2019 12:12:58   #
I would try Goop, mechanic’s hand cleaner. It is inexpensive and very effective on stains. Smush it into the fabric so it’s well saturated, let it sit 20 minutes or so, then you can use soap to wash it out. I would use Dawn. The Goop is in a white tub, and it’s a white gel like substance. It’s an old remedy that stills works great for me. I buy it at Walmart, in the automotive department. Don’t us any other product that says Goop on it, only the white plastic tub works well on laundry as far as I know. Best of luck to you! It’s going to be quite a job, trying to remove all those spots.
Jul 17, 2019 14:38:27   #
Lafemmefran wrote:
Hi, I finally decided to dress up my 1950s Walker Doll and knitted her a new dress. She is much smaller and more petite than the American Girl doll and finding a pattern that could be adjusted to her size was a challenge. I had to knit with size 1 needles to get it right.

Now I need to find white socks to fit a 2X1” foot. Can use help. I have been checking Etsy.

This is my doll! The only thing left from my childhood and I still enjoy her. I love the dress you made for yours.

Jul 14, 2019 20:40:43   #
I’ve had very good results using the Fuzzy Feet pattern on
Jun 26, 2019 11:56:12   #
Beautiful! She will love it, I’m sure.
Jun 23, 2019 13:28:02   #
I clicked the link and just get this message “Cannot decode raw data”. That’s a new one to me. I’ll try again later.
Jun 19, 2019 23:46:06   #
I found out after a year of agony- oats are a gout trigger! I was having a flare at least monthly, and finally got a nutritionist to help me. She let me know that oats are on the the list of high purine foods, and here I thought I was being so good and eating something healthy! I do miss my morning oatmeal.
Jun 18, 2019 13:40:10   #
I haven’t seen those before, but the finish reminds me of Susan Bates SilvaLume knitting needles. I hope you find them! It’s nice to have good tools to work with.
Jun 15, 2019 14:20:23   #
Here are some. Maybe you can get the technique from one of these. Hope it helps.
Jun 15, 2019 14:18:29   #
I used one of the Mason Dixon knitting books to do this once. It’s called scribble knitting, I think. I hope you find it- the shawl I made is just gorgeous. I used one strand of silk/mohair and one strand of fingering, I believe. I don’t have it here to look at.
Jun 14, 2019 13:53:39   #
I had a bag similar to this when my kids were young. They called it “Mom’s Amazing Expanding Miracle Bag”! And it certainly was- it went about everywhere with us. It held countless picnic lunches, sand toys, library books, changes of clothing, you name it! The kids were always surprised it still had room for one more thing, whatever they added.😊
Jun 13, 2019 13:48:32   #
Sunny baby blanket, free on Ravelry. Always beautiful!
Jun 9, 2019 20:39:21   #
Try tapping in the top center area of the screen, then there should be an arrow on the left. Touch the arrow and it will put the file back in line with the others. That’s how I do it. Then from there you can tap edit and move it to a collection.
May 31, 2019 17:47:08   #
Have you looked at Atenti bags? I have one called a Betty that has a nice spring closure. Another I like is the Janetbasket Eco Bag. It doesn’t have a spring closure but it does open wide and stay open.
May 30, 2019 17:21:31   #
cyicrochet wrote:
If So, How Do you see Your work Ranking In The Rating Department?

Why? What would be the purpose of that, and who would decide what rating people deserve? That could be very discouraging!
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