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Yes, that's right this page is an interactive opportunity and is open to contributions from you! Anyone who has used one of my free patterns, tried out one or more of the techniques on this site, or is just learning to crochet can do it - easy. You know me, I LOVE easy!

It's really is so simple to show the world your projects from here. What better way to showcase your FO's to visitors from around 90 countries every month?

Go on, try it! You know you want to! Just fill out the form below to build your own page on this site all about your very own crochet project.

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Have you have used any of the free patterns on Woolcrafting.com? Or tried any of the edgings? If you are just learning how to crochet by checking out some of the tutorials on site and want somewhere to show people what you can do. Here is the place!

You can easily upload a picture of your crochet project and tell everyone about it right here. You will then have your own page on this site where everyone can see your work. Tell all your friends the URL and they can drop by and leave comments. What could be easier?

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Slouch Hat 
This is a crocheted slouchy winter hat, ideal for anyone from teenager to adult.

It's so easy to make - it's really a one night project. It would be …

Crochet Carousel Horse 
What a cute crochet carousel horse!

I have to admit I combined and changed several free patterns I'd found around the internet for this project.

Knit-A-Square Crochet Squares 
Knit-a-Square crochet squares are so quick and easy to make! I've already sent 5 squares and these are some more I've made.

Why don't you make some …

Crochet Ripple Blankets 
These crochet ripple blankets are so easy!

I just bought 2 balls of premiere yarns and used a chevron stitch.

I love the way the colors turned out. …

Crochet Baby Afghan 
I LOVED hooking this crochet baby afghan!! It was so fast, I had it finished in 4 days!!

Baby Car seat Sleepsuit - first baby wearable! 
I purchased this Baby Car Seat Sleepsuit pattern from woolcrafting.com and though at first I had some difficulty following the pattern, once I read it …

Jill Wright's Beautiful "Diamond Sage Wrap" 
Diamond Sage Wrap in "Interweave Crochet" summer 2008.

I love knitting, crochet and many other arts/crafts. In recent years, I've had a fascination …

The Collaboration Cowl 
I'm on a roll!

After the completion of the "Collaboration Cardigan", I had promised myself that my next project would be Jill's Lattice Scarf . Here's …

Jills Baby Sleepsuit 

I just love your Baby Sleepsuit Pattern and I finally finished this for a prezzie.

Well, I fell in love with your pattern and had to make this …

My Octagon Baby Afghan 
I found this Octagon Baby Afghan pattern at the Woolcrafting website when I was looking for a fun, easy project. I am new to crocheting and I decided …

The Cinch Strap Purse 
This is my Cinch Strap Purse - it's the barrel type purse (in green on the pattern) from the Woolcrafting pattern Felted Crochet Purse Patterns Vol 1 …

Maureens Other Felted Crochet Purse  
This is another of my felted crochet purses from Felted Crochet Purse Patterns Vol 1 by Jill Wright.

This time I used my own choice of colors and …

The Collaboration Cardigan 
I worked some crochet edgings on my Collaboration Cardigan, which is an interpretation of Marie Wallin's design called "Heather" (from Rowan's Country …

felting with the boiled wool method 
For this cap and most of my caps, I needed a process to tighten and soften the stitches for better feel and fit. Having Woolcrafting bookmarked …

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