Thursday, March 6, 2014

~ ?'s, a video and Little Woolie's giveaway ~

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Hi everyone.  I've seen this idea going around and thought that I would give it a try.  If you have any questions that you would like to ask me, just leave a comment on this post.  It can be about anything really - questions about crochet, me, my life, even the campground where I love to go in the Summer months.  When I get enough questions, I will come back and answer them in a blog post (or video).


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18 comments:

  1. Thanks for the heads up on the giveaway. I've been here a few times but haven't left a comment yet. I'm also a crocheter from Texas and I love to go around seeing what everyone else is working on.
    Beca

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  2. Well I have been following you for quite some time, but I guess I a not always so good at leaving comments, but I am trying to improve, lol. I do have a question for you. About how many hours do you think you work on your crafts and video's in a week? Looking forward to seeing your answers.
    Till next time,
    Erika

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  3. I enjoy your videos. You are a hoot! I have seen on Pinterest where people have painted tins. Maybe you could paint your heart tin.

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  4. Hi Debi..Love the video..I may have to do one..I enjoyed it. You know it made the blog more personable...and we all got to see what makes you ..you.. I just may have to give it a try..as far as your heart tin..I am clueless. I have so many tins I don't want to throw away. I end up using some for buttons, some for wrapping gifts in instead of boxes, and the some I fill with cookies and give away. Ok had to really thing about a question for you..I would be curious, because you do so many different things like knitting crocheting, playing with clay...designing...what is your go to craft..the one that soothes you that makes you feel better...and why?

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  5. I really enjoyed your video Debi, it's like I'm visiting with you. I love all your yarn buys and the scarves are lovely, you are doing great with those knitting machine's it's a pity about that clicking noise though it must drive you nuts. Aren't we funny we never want to throw anything away, I have so many tins too, I usually use mine for storage although it's not very deep you could still put cookies in there or some mini cup cakes. :) xx

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  6. Love the video! and thanks for the heads up about the giveaway too! :) Something I'd like to know...how much of your items do you keep and how many do you give away? I'm sure this is probably different for everybody, but I bet its about the same, mostly give everything away, be it gifts or charity, etc. :)

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  7. I really enjoyed listening to you!!!!
    xxxxxxx Ale

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  8. I'm envious of your pink craft room. Did you build it special or confiscate an existing room in your house? Either way, you are blessed.

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  9. Always love your videos. Wish we were neighbors! Debi, I'd like to know if you enjoy reading, and if so, what kind of books do you enjoy? What was the last book you read? What is your favorite book/books? Also, I always have some chocolate when I crochet. Chocolate & coffee! If you like chocolate and/or candy, what is your favorite?

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  10. Hi Debi, I actually have a question for you :) I really love all the amazing Granny Square patterns you came up with. What is you favorite way of joining squares? Or which joining method would you recommend?

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  11. I love your videos (I wish I could hear what was going on in them though, stupid no sound computer!) I'm so envious of your craft room and I'd sure like to know what was the first thing you made? Was it crocheted? Who was it for?

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  12. I think your videos are great..:)) to see and hear a blogging friend is a real hoot... :)) I would love to know how you do it .. make the videos that is lol... Have a great weekend :)) hugs pat..

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  13. HI Debi, Love, Love, Love your videos. I feel like I'm listening to a good friend. I'd like to know more about your pink craft room, how you came up with the idea, color scheme, etc. I'd also love to see your stash of yarns. And I would love to see your granny squares. You truly inspire me to try new things. I'm going to try to make the crochet hook handle - so adorable and looks very comfy to use.
    It's always a treat to find a new video on your blog.
    Hope you feel better soon - Happy Crocheting!
    Bobbie :)

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  14. I love your video's, it's like sitting and chatting. I have a question (strange one) how do you drink your coffee??? The back ground on this is...a long running debate about location. I use one Splenda and cream, and it has to be half-half. At a local coffee shop, they always ask me, do you want coffee with your cream? Seems Maryland breed folk like their's lighter, so I'm wondering what say you? Joyce

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  15. Hi Debi, Your video's are fun to watch. The red scarf you made is awesome. How did you finish it off? I know what you mean about not wanting to throw away your sweetheart candy tin. I have an idea... could you separate the top and bottom and deco-podge each piece inside and out with some pretty paper, fabric, lace etc. to make a couple of picture frames? You could put an old black and white or a family photo inside and trim it out with ribbons, bows, flowers, buttons, beads, a doily and maybe even add a crocheted edge around the tin. I think that would be adorable. I'm now wishing I still had my Valentine tins/boxes. :) One other idea I had was for Christmas. You could deco-podge Christmas paper/fabric on it and use it for a gift tin for a pair of gloves, a hat, a doily, Christmas cookies, fudge etc. I am now wanting to mod-podge something instead of working on my (taking forever) crochet project....oh dear!!! Have a fun week. penny x

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  16. Thank you Penny. I finished the scarf by flattening the end and then whip stitching them together. Great idea about the heart tin - I'll definitely keep that in mind. :)

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  17. I don't think I would part with the metal heart from the candy. How sweet. Set it up on its side on your shelf in your room, when you see it there will always be a memory of his sweetness to you. I guess the clacking noise when you use your knitting machine is a big disappointment. Could you call or write to the place where you got it and tell them about it? Maybe they would replace it for free. It does do a good job making the scarves. I enjoy your videos.
    (((HUGS))) Susanne :)

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  18. I would probably use the tin for buttons, beads or small accessories like stitch markers or yarn needles, row counters ... all those little things that i have the habit of mislaying ... or you could keep very small crochet hooks (thread sizes) in it.
    What a shame about the machine. I think I'd take it back and say it has a fault on it. If the new machine then goes the same way then maybe contact the maker, but otherwise, it could just be you got one with a fault??

    I won't ask a question now as I'm catching up with your posts due to being away for a week, so I've missed out on that!! lol

    :-)





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