Ammee and Co.

Ammee and Co.

Ammee & Co

Cony Larsen, aka Ammee, founded her designing company in 1987; dedicated to create an extensive library of copyrighted artwork and patents to service the party and scrapbook industries. Since then, we have expanded our creative engine into crochet pattern books, sewing patterns, and the newest addition to our family, the Edgit!

At Ammee’s, we are thrilled to introduce the solution to crochet on the edge of fabric without having an expensive machine to punch the holes. In the 1950s, Singer stopped manufacturing the Hemstitcher, this was a machine that perforated holes along the edge of fabric allowing a crochet hook to go through the holes easily. Since then, crafters have tried to crochet on the edge of fabric by making their own holes with ice-picks, paper punches, rotary cutters, and many other methods too funny to mention!

The concept of the Edgit! began three years ago and after much work and testing, we finally introduced the Edgit! Piercing & Crochet Hook at TNNA in Columbus, OH, June of 2013. Our new tool will change the way crochet on the edge has been done for decades, at a tiny fraction of the cost of an expensive machine. The Edgit! will, once again, bring back a vintage craft that was almost lost. The Edgit! allows you to crochet on the edge in one step, without having to pre-punch holes on the fabric; you can edge bibs, aprons, dresses, kitchen towels, etc, using your own fabric!

Love one, Give one
Well, it’s not all about making money, is it? We still have to love what we do and why we do it. So here is our mission, to sell a product consumers love, and use part of the proceeds to donate blankets for babies, a win-win situation! We are committed to make a difference in the way a newborn begins life.

How you can help
When you purchase our products a portion of the proceeds will go to donate a blanket to a needy child. Be a part of our Love one, Give one movement!

Ammee & Co.

Products Reviewed on AllFreeCrochet:
Edgit Book & Hook Set

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Hello I have made the crochet blankets and passed the website on to other ladies. My question is have you thought of making cotton blankets to crochet around for the babies born in hotter weather but still need a blanket. I did some for my summer baby she now 36 but of course they were not as professional as yours would be.. Love them. Thank you Jennyb


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