About

About Noreen Crone-Findlay:

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I am an artist, designer, author (my latest book is ‘The Woven Bag: 30+ projects from small looms’ . (click on the title to view the book)

I am passionate about the fiber arts: I love love love small loom weaving, crochet, knitting, spool knitting,  tatting, doll making, spinning, and woodworking that relates to the fiber arts. (I make one of a kind cord makers and buttons and tatting shuttles).

You can read more about me at: http://www.crone-findlay.com/Crone-FindlayCreationsAboutUs.html

About Tottie Tomato:

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Several years ago, my husband brought a green tomato into the house, and said: “Look at this tomato! It has a nose!”

Well… I saw right away that that tomato had a personality as well as a nose, and Tottie Tomato was born. She accompanied us on a trip across Canada and had all kinds of adventures.

I am working on Tottie Tomato books, so stay tuned!

15 responses to “About

  1. Stramenda

    Hi Noreen !!

    You knew me as “crochet chic” in the past. We discussed many things, including linked stitches !!

    I found a link on Ravelry that linked to “Hankering for Yarn” about carving a crochet hook, and the post is no longer there. Can you provide any info about this topic? Pretty please?

    Thank you SOOO much,
    Cristina

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  2. tottietalkscrafts

    Hi Cristina
    It’s lovely to hear from you again!

    I am scrambling to get Tottie’s blog up and running, at the same time as working on a whole lot of new projects, so it’s a bit challenging to get all the tutorials re-configured.

    I’ll add the hook carving to the list of requested tutes! :o)

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  3. Jim

    Nice to see you Tottie

    Love
    Jim

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  4. HI Noreen, Good to see you! Now I can look forward to my regular diet of crafty things again!
    Cheers, Caroline

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  5. Thank you so much, Caroline! I hope that you will enjoy Tottie Talks Crafts!
    So nice to have you here….

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  6. Jean

    Hi Noreen

    Thank you for the inspiration you are giving me!
    I wonder if you can help me. I am in the NE of Scotland and I am struggling to buy a potholder loom. Crafts shops here do not know what I am talking about even, never mind stock them!! So can you advise me where to buy a quality potholder loom as I don’t want to sent to the USA without knowing for sure that I am getting a quality product.
    I would be so grateful for you help.

    Thanks again for all you do!

    Very best wishes
    Jean

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  8. Would like to weave a shirt for self and am interested to know what you used for warp and weft. Weaving it on a rigid heddle loom.

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  9. Paula

    Hi Noreen, Thank you for your great video tutorials. I think I found a tutorial on how to weave a two-color cord on a four-peg spool knitter, but I can’t find it now. I found one that does not show how to START the project but only how to do one continuing stitch and then cast off. Did I dream it or is there a tutorial on how to begin with two colors on the spool knitter? Thank you!

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    • Unfortunately, I made a big editing error and can’t find the original files, so re-doing the edit isn’t possible. SO… actual beginning of the video is 7 minutes into the video. You can slide the button along the line and start there to learn how to do the cast on, then watch to the end, and click at the beginning to follow through to the end of the video. Heartfelt apologies on this!!!!!

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  10. Diana Park

    Hi Noreen, I have a basic question about your Weaving on a Potholder Loom video on YouTube. How do you double the strands of yarn before you start weaving? Do you unravel the the ball of yarn and double the whole thing, then re roll it into a ball? Thank-you

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  11. Robin

    Noreen, How can I get the pattern for the Stork and Bear Mobile. The Your Knitting Life link doesn’t work anymore. Thank you.

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    • I’m so sorry about that, Robin. There is nothing that I can do- part of the contract that they made their designers sign is that the publisher owns the copyright and I can’t share the pattern in any way😦

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