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Julie Huston

Julie Hutson

It is hard to say where Julie Huston's love of crochet started. She picked up a crochet magazine in thmid-1990s from a thrift store and taught herself how to crochet from the instructions in the magazine.

A new hobby was born and she has not looked back; she has been "hooked" ever since. Over the years she also learned how to knit and has also done tatting, but her preference is still crochet. The Internet got her involved with crochet forums and showing off projects. She did many projects without a pattern, and then her blogging started when people would ask for patterns for her projects, so she started a blog and wrote patterns for her original projects.


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Patterns on AllFreeCrochet

  1. Baby Hat Pattern
  2. Circular Crocheted Purse
  3. Crocheted Mitten Pattern
  4. Crocheted Tea Cup
  5. Domino Dishcloth
  6. Little Bows Headband
  7. Multi Colored Coaster
  8. Pie Dishcloths
  9. Ripple Socks
  10. Small Shell Socks
  11. Round Granny Ripple Doily
  12. Lacy Stitch Scarf
  13. Christmas Crochet Garland
  14. Angel Hair Ruffled Scarf
  15. Key West Necklace
  16. Coziest Slippers Ever
  17. Friendship Shawl
  18. Chevron Crochet Hat
  19. Pretty Petal Doily
  20. Decorative Crochet Bowl
  21. Lacy Fan Bracelet
  22. Mobius Ripple Cowl: Free Crochet Pattern
  23. Pineapple Socks
  24. Reversible Cable Scarf
  25. Solomon Knot Mobius Scarf
  26. Windmill Dishcloth
  27. Pop Pom Scarf
  28. Spiral Necklace
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