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Old 07-11-2008, 11:26 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I don't knit but I do crochet. I would love to make a wool soaker. Does anyone know of a good wool soaker pattern for crochet?

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http://www.borntolove.com/pattern.html#crochet%20soakerhttp://www.borntolove.com/pattern.html#crochet%20soaker

Here's one. I don't crochet so I've never tried it. Yahoo has a wool soaker group too if your interested. Lots of patterns there.

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http://hyenacart.com/NewLifeWoolens/ has a great soaker pattern.

I don't knit and barely crochet ---- When I make a shower basket I add her soaker to the package. I have brought several from her.
It is a great pattern.

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Thanks for the patterns! I think I'm going to try one from that second link--can't wait to get started!

I already have a lot of yarn--I'll have to look through it and see if any of it will be suitable.
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Let us know how it works out!
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I really love the honeysuckle patter from Ladybugz Farms! So easy, and nice roomy bottom area!

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I would say that if you want to purchase a pattern you can't go wrong with and Ladybugz or Dandelion Dreamers patterns. Both have excellent customer service if you have a question.

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I purchased the Dandelion Dreamer's pattern and I've used it so many times. It's the only one I've used but I love it and the customer support is wonderful.

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You could also sew one out of an old fleeced sweater.

Here is a link: http://www.cafepress.com/thatskindacool/864331
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