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War Eagle!, Alabama, United States
Hi, my name is Sharon Christine, known as Chris by my friends. I have three lovely daughters, eleven grandchildren, and two great grand children. I also have the worlds best hubby! I have two fur babies, Dylan Young, a very spoiled pug, and Rat Dog, also very spoiled! I love to crochet and read! But most of all I love to learn more about and praise my Father God! Now to add a little to this, Dylan has been in Heaven a few years, and I have another little fur baby, Hershey Bug. She is spoiled rotten and such a little brat! *S* No where near as well behaved as Dylan was! I will always miss my little boy! Hugz, Chris

Dylan 8/5/99-8/23/2010

Dylan 8/5/99-8/23/2010
Mommy misses you!

Monday, August 29, 2011

Just finished this baby dress, it will also go in the donation box for children's hospital.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Thinking of making bookmarkers to put in Christmas crds this year. Only have three made so far, but then I have a little time before Christmas so maybe I will get enough made. *S*

Monday, August 22, 2011

Blanket crochet on to teddy bear that I finished tonight.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Just a few things I finished up tonight.

Saturday, August 13, 2011


Deborah Norville Collection Everyday Cold Mountain Soft Worsted Yarn
Gifted by Premier Yarns
Reviewed by Michelle Helderman, Editor of AllFreeKnitting.com

We are giving away three skeins of pill-resistant fiber. At last there is a way to avoid the dreaded pilling effect that results from washing yarn! The answer is the Deborah Norville Everyday Cold Mountain Soft Worsted yarn. The Everyday yarn collection has been put to the test when it comes to durability and has come out on top. If you have ever taken the time to knit a pair of socks or a sweater only to have it begin falling apart as soon as it has been washed, then you understand how important it is to use anti-pilling yarn.

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