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Keep Moving Forward!

Hello! After a long pause from writing, I’m back. Last fall I was  teaching group crochet classes and coordinating a local charity crochet group at the local senior center. I got so busy and so exhausted, I neglected my webpage and blog. Up through Christmas I was ignoring my increasing shortness of breath. Then reality…

It’s the small things that keep me going.

This scarf was a small project that was fun, quick, and easy to make after a very busy September with more than one big project on my hook and my calendar. It was made with one skein of Unforgettable, a medium weight yarn by Red Heart in Stained Glass and a J (6mm) Clover hook…

Unicorns and Rainbows

Our 3 1/2 year old granddaughter loves unicorns, especially those displaying a rainbow of colors. According to the article, Unicorn Symbolism & Meaning (+Totem, Spirit, & Omens) by Garth C. Clifford updated on 9/24/2021 on, “only those with the purest souls can see a Unicorn”, a symbol for purity, innocence, freedom, divinity, and magic.…


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Miss Sharon’s Craft Cupboard

I learned how to crochet 40 years ago and would crochet occasionally for fun and stress-relief over the years. Five years ago, I started crocheting on a regular basis for charity. After retiring from nursing in 2019, I wanted to share my love for crochet, crafting, and cooking! I became a Certified Crochet Instructor through the Craft Yarn Council and I am a member of the Crochet Guild of America. My husband and I enjoy spending time with our two grown daughters, their husbands, and our granddaughter.

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