About Me

Hi Thanks for stopping by.

My name is Niki and I adore crochet.   I am mostly self taught… and still learning.  I have 3 boys, that are growing fast.  I love my family, love my garden, love my bike.. Bella and love my chickens and of course I love yarn.  I have yarn stashed everywhere including under the seats of my car…. just dont tell Mr R!!

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28 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I just found your blog via your liking mine. Your projects are beautiful, and I really am enjoying browsing your corner of the Web. I’ve been crocheting since my Gram taught me when I was little, but it goes in fits and spurts for me, although this year, picking it up again has saved my sanity. I’m hoping to be able to continue year ’round, but it gets so humid and warm during the summer, that yarn is the last thing I want in my lap, even in the shade. Of course, I’ve just discovered cotton yarn, and light weight projects, so there’s that for 2015. 🙂 I just hit the “Follow” button and look forward to reading more!

    Happy New Year!

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      1. Thank you! I aspire to have a yarn stash like yours! I am heading off to Michael’s shortly, as they are having a heck of a sale and I have gone through almost all of the stash I had the hubs bring down from the attic Thanksgiving weekend. 🙂

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  2. Hi Niki! Thanks for liking my blog post “a hug in a mug”…thanks for taking the time to visit my site:)
    I’ve been through your’s and your projects look great! I think it may be time to include some crochet on my project lists 🙂 Thanks again!

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  3. Hello. Kind of you to take a peek, thanks for stopping by Papa’s Frog. Too, your blog is inviting and thoughtfully done. A pleasure strolling through, viewing our creations. I have always wanted to learn how to crochet, your blog motivated me so will have to pull out my crochet hooks and give it another try.

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  4. Kia ora Niki, thanks for the Like. You are clearly a very creative person, great idea the his and hers with common themes and I never would have known crochet can be done in waves! You might be interested in looking into taneko someday. Weaving with knots, it’s how Maori are able to incorporate feathers.

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  5. Finding places for yarn is an art! My husband recently let me have a cabinet he bought at an estate sale to use in the garage, so now it sits in its new home in one of our bedrooms. 🙂 I’m not sure this doesn’t encourage more stashing, but that’s okay! Your view is gorgeous, btw!

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