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I am a SAHM of 6 children, ranging in age from 18 down to 1. Five of them are girls, which is where most of my inspiration comes from. I homeschool almost all of my children, and have my crochet business on the side. My mother taught me to crochet when I was 5, but I didn't pick up a hook again until I was in my 20's. In 2007 a friend who had a baby 10 weeks premature. I could not find a preemie pattern that I liked, so I decided to create my own. I've been designing my own patterns ever since.

My desire is to pass on the art of crochet to others. I strive to write patterns that are easy for a beginner but, when finished, will have them feeling great about what they made. I love to learn new crochet stitches, so I also have patterns for those that wish to take their skills to the next level.
 

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I am making the Red Heart Holiday Baby CocoonLW2611 #....... Where are the pompoms directions? Do you buy pompoms and glue them on or what?

The pomp-a-doodle yarn already has the pom poms attached to it. It takes a few stitches to get used to it, but works up fairly quickly.

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