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Survey Results & Crochet Garden Book Winners

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I want to thank everyone who participated in the survey and especially for your great comments.

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First, congratulations to Valerie, Laurel Dewar and Linda Rivette - the 3 winners of Suzann Thompson’s fun crochet book, Crochet Garden.

The results of the desired projects are listed in the order of preference:

  1. Afghans
  2. Baby Blankets
  3. Shawls & Wraps
  4. Purses & Totes
  5. Scarves
  6. Household Items
  7. Hats
  8. Sweaters & Coats

Some additional suggestions included:
Pet items such as dog coats and rugs.
Household items such as placemats, rugs, table runners, wall décor, bedspreads and hot pads.
Personal items such as belts, book covers, shopping bags and Kindle covers.

Thanks for all the great input!

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Tanis learned the basics of Interlocking Crochet™ at a class presented by James Walters and Sylvia Cosh. For the next 14 years she experimented with this technique – creating new designs and developing unique ways to use it. Tanis is an award-winning crocheter, an experienced teacher and a bestselling crochet author. She is a member of the Crochet Guild of America (CGOA), and has a CGOA Master of Advanced Crochet Stitches and Techniques.

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