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My grandmother, my aunt Rose and my aunt Lucy all...
Created By: Deb Kasper

My grandmother, my aunt Rose and my aunt Lucy all taught me how to crochet when I was a little girl. I remember they told me that someday it would be a comfort to me. Now that I'm a working mother of two teenage boys, I do find that in times of trouble, instead of reaching for the refrigerator door to eat during times of stress, I would most definitely rather reach for my crochet needle or lion brand website to give me ideas for a new project. I love visiting the yarn store and standing there picturing all the new color combinations I can come up with. There's nothing like a crochet project to take your mind off your troubles. Sometimes it's ever better if that project requires counting stitches. Count your stitches instead of your troubles. Once when I was having a few personal problems my husband said I was crocheting an afghan to cover the size of the entire house. I fortunately stopped short of that and dontated the finished project to the needy. My dear grandmother and Aunt Rose have since passed away and they are dearly missed. They were both in their 80's when they entered heaven. My dear Aunt Lucy just celebrated her 90th birthday and has passed her love of crochet on to others as well as me. When I crochet, I think of them all and pray for them between the stitch counting. I thank them for the love they showed me and know they were absolutely correct. "Someday crochet will be a comfort to you."

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