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May 07, 2010

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Christina

These are lovely. I have added them to my things to make list. Thank you. :)

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor

Your baby us going to love these striped crochet balls. They have something so homey about them. There soft enough that they can roll them around without hurting anything and squishy enough that they won't roll too far away. I love the fact that they use up the little scraps as well!

naomi

Great! Thanks for sharing. I had a pattern like this that I lost ages ago, and have been wanting to make more like this, so this will be perfect!

Cinderellapatch.blogspot.com

That's wonderful news. I can't wait to see all the new projects coming our way. I have two kids and it had the opposite effect on me. I was too tired to do anything and now that they are 5 and 9 I've brought all my stuff out again and can't believe I ever put it away. I still want to make baby clothes - just have to find someone to make them for! My advice: Take all the naps you can.:0)
Best, Suzanne

Carmen Lúcia Vasconcelos Reis

Oi so do Rio de Janeiro visite meu blog
www.carmencroche.blogspot.com

Tam

I have to make these for my new little man....thanks so much for sharing the pattern. xt

the lover for modest things

the balls are cute specially with more colors with them..

Logo Design

cool! i think that is ann awesome crochet! would let us see the finish product? thanks in advance

Toyota

Great Crochet project shared by you. It's really creative idea to make such Crochet ball. Thanks for sharing this one.

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בגדי מעצבים

Wonderful Crochet work for baby cloths. I like it's designs. I never see such pattern for baby cloths. Thanks for sharing this one.

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