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March 31, 2008

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Sharon

Do you have a pattern for those horse face masks? I've looked all over the web for something like that. I crocheted a halter for old horse.

D.

I enjoyed your list and realized how little I have done with my life. I am motivated now to make a change. Now to solicit your help. I am a beginner, novice crocheter. I have been searching for a pattern for gloves to be worn during the spring or summer. Can you help?

Margaret Hubert

Hi all,

Somewhere, I may have saved the pattern for the Horse Masks, but I am packing, getting ready to leave tomorrow for the Dallas Fort Worth Fiber Festival. When I return, I will give my pattern archives a search, but I am not promising anything. It would take too much time to re-create the pattern.

As to Spring Gloves. The only place I have seen such a pattern is in a very old book THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CROCHET by Elizabeth Laird Matheson. It was published by Greysone Press, NYC. Last reprinted in June 1947. It is under copyright, so I cannot share the pattern with you. You may be able to find the book in your library, or at a used book seller.

The gloves are on page 42.

Have a great day,

Margaret

Margaret

Margaret Hubert

Hi all,

Somewhere, I may have saved the pattern for the Horse Masks, but I am packing, getting ready to leave tomorrow for the Dallas Fort Worth Fiber Festival. When I return, I will give my pattern archives a search, but I am not promising anything. It would take too much time to re-create the pattern.

As to Spring Gloves. The only place I have seen such a pattern is in a very old book THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CROCHET by Elizabeth Laird Matheson. It was published by Greysone Press, NYC. Last reprinted in June 1947. It is under copyright, so I cannot share the pattern with you. You may be able to find the book in your library, or at a used book seller.

The gloves are on page 42.

Have a great day,

Margaret

Margaret

Margaret Hubert

Hi again,

I just checked google, wrote in crochet cotton gloves and several free pattens come up.

Good luck,

Margaret

Tim Klein

Here's my own account of my meeting with Margaret Hubert...
http://www.yarncar.com/Story/Margaret/

Tyra Shortino

So you mean, that car was customized using yarn? All those blue are crochets? Incredible! I wonder how many people worked on that crochet. Hmm. Have you asked Tim what’s up with the crochet? Why he likes it so much that he even had his car covered with it?

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