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Design a Shawl for Stevie Nicks

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Well, I did it. I entered the Design a Shawl for Stevie Nicks contest. The main winner will be chosen by Stevie Nicks herself, but there is also a community vote. That is where all of you come in!

Just CLICK HERE to go to my submission page and vote via Facebook or Twitter.

Here is my entry, you can vote at the submission page.

Oh…almost forgot, voting is for one week, so it closes on Monday 9/29 at 1pm eastern time.

and another oh…it turns out you can vote twice, once via Facebook and once via Twitter. It is not an either/or, you can do both. :)

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Big News Tomorrow

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I will have big news for you tomorrow.

I won’t have all the details I need until 1 pm eastern time, so you will have to wait.

Clearly, I am not that good at waiting.

So, check back tomorrow afternoon for some pretty pictures and to learn the reason for my butterfly laiden tummy.

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Night all.

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Ooo!! I love a sale!

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I really do love Craftsy classes. I have completed several of them, and learned so much! I actually just signed up for the Freeform Crochet Class with Myra Wood. I have not had the chance to go through it yet, but that is part of the awesomeness of Craftsy classes, you do them at your leisure!

SOOO…I want to share the Craftsy love and tell you about…

Craftsy’s BIG Fall Course Sale!

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Have you heard Craftsy’s BIG Fall Course Sale is happening now? Learn from the world’s best instructors in the comfort of your home, when you shop up to 50% off ALL online classes! Once you enroll you can watch your classes anytime, anywhere, forever. Hurry, offer expires September 22, 2014 at 11:59 PM MT. Shop Craftsy‘s BIG Fall Course Sale and save.

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Remember, Craftsy has more than just knit and crochet classes, so go take a look! And if 1/2 price is still out of your budget, there are some fabulous free classes as well!

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Fall-Round-Up

There is something about fall weather that is just perfect to me. Maybe it’s all the fabulous yarnie creations you can wear! It’s so much fun to get all cozy in wraps and mitts and cute little slouchy hats, without the weather being so cold that you are in danger of frost bite. I just love the fall, so I have found you some fun fall designs to get all cozy with.

Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.

1) Unchained Shawl by JessieAtHome
If you can make a chain stitch and a single crochet, you can make the Unchained Wrap! It is super simple, and utilizes the beauty of variegated yarn to create a stunning piece that will make everyone take notice.

2) Squid Dance Slouch by KT and the Squid
This pattern was written using Spud & Chloe Sweater yarn and an H hook. Available in child or adult size. This is a simple pattern that has great texture.

3) Mistie’s Arm Warmers by American Crochet
Fingerless Arm Warmers are perfect for this time of year! My arms and hands are always cold so I made them this length for myself but they don’t have to be this long.

4) Lotus Flower Lace Scarf by The Crochet Lounge
Have you ever come across a lovely vintage crochet accessory that is so beautiful you frantically search for a free crochet vintage pattern everywhere? While a few members of the Crochet Lounge fb group worked up their Queen Anne’s Lace Scarf, our dear friend, and artist, Amanda Watson posted her similarly lacy scarf.

5) Tabletop Pumpkins by Cute Crochet Chat
RICH, RUSTIC COLORS COMPLIMENT THE DESIGN OF THIS SIMPLE-TO-CROCHET ITEM FOR YOUR HOME. WHETHER YOU PLACE IT ON A TABLE, HUTCH OR MANTLE, IT WILL INSPIRE WARMTH FOR YOUR DÉCOR.

6) Fall Colors Ponchette by Posh Pooch Designs
This is a perfect addition to your Fall Wardrobe! It adds a touch of Autumn-ness, and a little warmth to keep the chill off your shoulders. I Love to ride in our convertible on cool Fall evenings, and I actually designed this poncho for me.

7) Happy Autumn Leaves by Moogly
The Happy Autumn Leaves are many things! Dishcloths! Wall decor! Centerpieces! Table settings! Use the right yarn and they can be anything you wish. The one thing they always are? A fun free crochet pattern to celebrate the return of autumn!

8) Ali Mobius Cowl by JessieAtHome
With so many ways to wear the Ali Mobius Cowl, it will become a staple in your winter wardrobe in no time! This cowl is so easy, quick, and fun. If you can chain and double crochet, you can make Ali!

9) Fallen Leaves Slouch Hat by Tamara Kelly
The Fallen Leaves Slouch Hat free crochet pattern is a one skein project, so you can indulge in a luxury yarn like baby alpaca, or do some stash busting with that lonely skein that’s been lingering on the shelf.

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

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Making Yarn.

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Last year I made a bunch of Eli hats with Carisma Loops and Thread yarn. I was organizing all my yarn that was still in boxes, and I found a bunch of little balls of the leftovers. So, I made yarn!!

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I cut the yarn balls into 2 to 4 yard long pieces, and then tied them back together, mixing up the colors and the sizes. I wound it onto the swift as I tied it together, then wound it into 2 large cakes with the ball winder.

I’m not sure what I will make with it, but it will be fun!

I have also been working on Lunette. Not as much as I would like. I am hoping to be able to dedicate a lot more time to her next week.

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As usual, I am cleaning and organizing. One day I will get it all how I want it. Around the time I am ready to retire.

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The rest of this week is going to be dedicated to the Stevie Nicks shawl. I am quite happy with how it is progressing.

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Wednesday and Thursday are book fair days. You know how I love spending the days at school for the book fair. The kids are just so darn cute!!

Have a nice nite!

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