Saturday, June 2, 2012

Lion

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  1. OMG!!!! I LOVE IT...... I dont know if you remember but a couple of weeks ago i asked if you had a lion or tiger. This one is wonderful. I cant wait to see what you do for the tiger.

    I have another idea. What about little big foot Dorothy, Scarecrow and Tinman???

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    1. I do remember! I have a list and I'm trying to get through them all. I actually am thinking Wizard of Oz. I'm a HUGE fan and would luv to make myself a set of dolls. So, if the inspiration hits me then for sure we'll be strolling down the yellow brick road!

      Thanks so much for the message :)

      Sharon XO

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  2. Do you have a lamb to go with this? I could really use this classic symbol of peace (lion and lamb). Thanks. You are extremely talented!

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    1. Hi Kelly! No lamb yet, if I can I'll try to come up with something and I'll post back or if you're on facebook then watch my page, I post everything there as I make them.

      Thanks so much!

      Sharon XO

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    1. Thanks Anja! And you're very welcome :)

      Happy Crocheting!!

      Sharon XO

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  4. oooh I realy need more time, to make all these cuties, this lion is looking so friendly, great job.
    Greetz Sandra

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    1. Thank you so much Sandra! I really like the lion too. I appreciate your message :)

      Sharon XO

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  5. I came across your blog because your little elephant was in the All free crochet newsletter. I feel in love with your very cute designs. I will be coming back to have a good look around. Thank you for sharing your work.

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    1. Oh wow! I didn't know that the elephant made it into their news letter, that's great! Glad you found my blog, hope to see you again soon

      Happy Crocheting!!

      Sharon XO

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  6. I just love your Little Bigfoot collection and wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award here: https://craftgirl78.wordpress.com/2012/06/05/versatility/

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  7. I want to make the darling lion but I don't know what a magic circle is? If you chain 6 and sling stitch you would have a large hole...so I'm thinking this is something different! Help! I'm crocheting baby animals to donate to clinics in Nicaragua through PAN...a Christian organization trying to alleviate poverty in Nicaragua.

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    1. Hi there, I have a quick video on how to make a magic circle here:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9u6Zg2INLs&list=PL67E08F2357334D95&index=1&feature=plpp_video

      hope that helps!

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  8. This was such a fast and fun project! Thank you so much for sharing your awesome pattern with us!

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    1. Thank you so much for message! Glad you like the pattern :)

      Sharon XO

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  9. Hey, other Anonymous! Go to YouTube and search for magic circle crochet. That's how I learned!

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  10. dis is realy cute,i knit so m gona try to knit dis lil guy..

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    1. awesome!

      Have Fun & Happy Knitting!!

      Sharon XO

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  11. It's really cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern =)

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    1. you're very welcome! Thanks for the message :)

      Sharon XO

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