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    Divine Debris – Designer Showcase

    Designer Showcase

    Divine Debris is this month featured designer. For the month of August, I will be sharing many patterns from Divine Debris. Follow us this month to see some of Amber’s designs.
    So, who is Divine Debris?  Her name is Amber Millard. “I’m a 30 something designer living in North Carolina, for now at least, with my Marine husband. I love coffee, comic books, reading, watching movies with awesome female protagonists, and Bob’s Burgers.”

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    Arianna Project or Tote Bag

     Adrianna Project Tote

    Hello everyone!!  It’s been a while since I have posted but I was sick again!! Bronchitis, stomach bugs….yuck! I hope all is well with everyone.

    So, this pattern I designed for Battle of the Stitches Competition using this Starburst Stitch. The stitch is absolutely beautiful and what transpired was the Arianna Project /Tote Bag. I didn’t win, but I do love the final project.  Please stop in and thank Kate Wagstaff @ Crafting Friends Designs for the awesome times we have and all the great patterns that come from this competition.
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    Monday’s Find-Free Crochet Pattern from Crochet N’ Crafts

    Monday’s Find this week is this super cute Bouncy Bubbly Tote from Crochet N’ Crafts. This is perfect for the everyday tote.  With its close spacing, you can carry almost anything without losing it through a gap. Use this as a market bag, beach bag, kids carry-all. I am sure you could find many uses for it.  Be sure to that Crochet N’ Crafts

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    Tutorial Tuesday – Cable Celtic Weave with Meladora’s Creations

    This week on Tutorial Tuesday we have a tutorial, The Cable Celtic Weave with Meladora’s Creations.  I really want to learn this stitch. I would love to make a poncho or tote bag with this stitch.  This is NOT a beginners stitch.  It looks like whatever project you make would be really warm.  This has a video tutorial for you all to follow along.

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