26 November 2010

Wow!

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  1. Congratulations! Fantastic! Kisses.

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  2. woohhooo you deserved it :)

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  3. I follow Mikey on a regular basis and was excited to see him do one of your flakes. I really enjoy looking at the work that you do. I have attempted some snow flakes and think I have been bitten by the snowflake bug. I was wondering though, what do you do with your flakes? Do you sell them? Because i just love the different stitches that are in them and so forth. Love your website!!!

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  4. I was excited to see Mikey do one of your snowflakes. I had seen some of your work before, but to see someone actually do one and and stiffen it. It was lovely!! I have attempted to do some snowflakes and love doing them with the different stitches and so forth. I was wondering though, just what do you do with your snow flakes? Do you sell them? Or just what do you do? they are all so lovely.

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  5. CONGRATULATIONS!!!! This is wonderful and so deserving. Your work is absolutely amazing. No wonder they found you and did this video. What a way to begin the holiday season. Blessings!

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  6. Congratulations! How absolutely wonderful for you to be recognized in such a way!!! Or in other words. "WOW"! By the by, because of you I have been making tatted snowflakes a lot, as well as crocheted ones. I am having so much fun.

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  7. Congrats! I have done four of your designs so far and I think they are genius (meaning so are you :)). And I'm amazed with your generosity for sharing them free! Thank you so much. Totally love that huge one that is featured and am going to see if I can find that pattern and conquer it. :)

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  8. Fabulous video! Hubby and I are trying to keep this as a homemade Christmas, including tree decorations and such, this is so fantastic!

    Quick question though, if I did this with a small gauge cotton or wool, could I do this with Mod-Podge Glossy or Matte and add the glitter to that?

    Or is this glue not stiff enough?

    also, your yarn recommendation is beautiful!

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  9. Thank you, everyone! I'm still somewhat blown away by the entire concept, but I think it will be so awesome for crocheters to see tutorials, especially for the tricky parts of some snowflakes, which I guess I'm beginning to realize I've committed...

    Echo, I think the Modge Podge should work just fine. I have never stiffened worsted weight or sock yarn, but it works great on fabric, so I'm assuming it will do just fine on projects larger than thread, too. Good luck!

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  10. Thanks for this little tutorial. Wonderful!!!

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  11. Welcome, Harold! I posted a video last year of my Christmas tree, decorated with crocheted snowflakes. I plan to make another video this year, and I'll publish it before Christmas. My snowflakes also top some of the packages I send out. They make nice gifts!

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  12. Wow is right! That is the coolest thing ever! I just loved the part where he started sprinkling glitter and got so excited. =D Good for you ... you're awesome!!! Maybe it's time for you to publish a book of your snowflake designs, hmmmmm?

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