About Annoo Crochet



My name is Annoo 

I am originally from Belgium and I live in The US with My family. I have an amazing Husband, 2 boys and a little girl, they are my source of inspiration. Crochet has been taught in my family from generation to generation. I was taught to Crochet and knit by my mother when I was as little as Five years old, and I enjoyed expressing my creativity through this amazing medium. 

 Crochet is my way of staying Zen in this insane world of ours...My Main Goal in this blog is to share the positive effects of Crochet with the world around me, by creating patterns and hopefully spreading a little "crochet happiness" . If I succeed in inspiring a few of you with my work, I then consider myself a very lucky one. By taking the time to explain this amazing craft, I hope to convince more people to give crochet a try, and share the pleasure of Creating something beautiful, useful and fun, out of very little. Sharing knowledge is what keeps us strong.

In vain have you acquired knowledge if you have not imparted it to others.
Deuteronomy Rabbah
(c.900, an homiletic commentary on the Book of Deuteronomy)

Happy Crochet my fellow artists.

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45 comments:

  1. I love your blog, I'm new to crotchet and have been looking for little patterns to practice with, these are fab, and not too old fashioned! Looking forward to experimenting when I can gab a few child free minutes. Thank you.

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  2. Annoo,

    Jane and I just gave crocheted hearts on key chains to her entire class for valentines day and what fun we had making them! you are definitely right...crocheting is a bit of zen in my busy life!

    sending love this valentines day.

    susan

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  3. Dear Annoo
    Your site is just beautiful! Thank you for the lovely patterns, I was particularly looking for heart squares. Thanks again for all you are giving.

    Kind Regards
    Suzy

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  4. Could you please contact me at crochetkim2@yahoo.com with your membership name so that CGOA can confirm your membership for inclusion in the CGOA blog member list.

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  5. I like all of your design, so good and beautifull. Form your blog, I learn more but I still have more to learn from you. I'm expect to learn how to crochet a shell as yours.Thank you very much.
    Kind Regards

    Suetli

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  6. Hello,
    You have been nominated for the Liebster Award by me. Go to:http://wp.me/p1REPU-zo to read all about it!!!

    I look forward to reading your responses. Congrats!!
    Cathy the Bagg Lady

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  7. hi annoo
    great page and geat ideas - i love this page
    greetings from austria
    brigitte

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  8. Hi, I just discovered your blog and I love it! I found you trough the Crafter Corner Café group. New follower here via GFC and Google+.
    I'm in love with all your creations and the tutorials. I invite you to visit my blog, I have some crocheted projects and a lot of tutorials. If you love my blog I hope that you will consider to follow me, it will be much appreciated.
    Nice to meet you.
    Marisa from
    http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/

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    1. Hi Marisa,
      I just went on your Blog, it is absolutely lovely!!! I am following you now, thank you for your kind comment!!!

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  9. I absolutely love your step by step instructions with photographs. Makes things so much easier for us who are still at the advanced easy level and struggle with patterns and such. I am trying to locate your Etsy store.

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  10. Anoo, I look forward to each and every post, design, picture, pattern, etc, that I'm lucky enough to see from you! You've most definitely reached out and touched many hearts with inspiration and passion for the love of the craft!

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  11. Hi, I'm Amy, I have a crochet site called Crochet Jewel! I really love your crochet patterns! I started a crochet directory on my site and I wanted to know if you would be interested in adding one or more of your patterns on Crochet Jewel. I will feature your crochet photo and direct link on my siite, my facebook page, Twitter, and Pinterest! I would only show your photo and link, but the viewer will have to go to your site to see the pattern, so you get all the credit! I average a few thousand or more viewers daily with my own patterns I created. This will give you more viewers to your site! You would Just go to this link and add your pattern. Hope to see you there! http://crochetjewel.com/?page_id=4435

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  12. A wonderfoul word . A dream for me . I am happy to see your works .
    Thank you

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  13. I love your crochet works! I am making a start today with the happy moms day spa slippers! it's a gift for a friend. I hope I can fix them.
    Best regards and many thanks for the pattern,
    esther from Holland

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    1. Dag Esther!!! Ho is the Crochet Going???

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  14. Hi Annoo, I love your tutorials and work! Could you please help me to find the Knit One Bandana cotton/wool ( Yarn) I looked it up, but we live in the Netherlands... and it is nowhere to be found. The shipping cost from US to Europa are tremendously, so we are looking for a wholesaler in Europe. Could you give as a clue? Thanks so much and we love you!!

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    1. ;-((( I looked around on the web and it is not sold in Europe...I am in Belgium Today and will go to a yarn store to ask...stay tuned...;-)

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  15. Hi Anno, i am from Indonesia. I love your blog so much :). I thank to God that i've found you ;). As a new crocheter, your blog is help me so much to develop my ability. I wish i could hug you hehhehe. Your step by step instructions are awesome. There are so many thing that i wanna say, but i'm speechless :). Thank you...thank you...thank you for your free patterns..God bless you and your lovely family..:)

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    1. Thank you soooooo much Princess, so kind of you!!!!

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  16. I follow quite a few people on pinterest. Your name is one I actually remember in my head when I'm scrolling down the main page. I can't believe it took me this long to realize that you might blog also.

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    1. :-))))) welcome, I hope you'll enjoy my Blog <3

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  17. I would love if you followed my blog. I am a crocheter. My grandmother crocheted but never taught me. Many years ago I picked up a hook and some yarn and began to teach myself. Shortly after I meet a wonderful sweet woman and she began to show me even more of the wonderful art. She passed away not too long after that and I felt so connected to her through crochet. It really helped me cope with her passing. That was 10 years ago and I consider myself to be fairly advanced now but I know I can always learn more. I have decided to build a business as best I can around such a fantastic art. I have taught 2 of my 5 children how to crochet. And I have 2 friends who have been slow starting but are eager to learn. I follow your beautiful work and everytime I see your name on anything I think "oooo its Annoo" and I immediately click to see what your up to next. :) Good luck to you, be well my fellow crocheter ~Katie~

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    1. Katie, Nice Comments like yours make my crochet world shine, and give me strength to pursue my passion !!!Thank you! I would love to follow your blog...could you send me your link so I could add it to my "favorites on the web" ?
      Thank you Katie!!Happy Crochet!! and keep inspiring others!!

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  18. I really love your blog ♥ I added you to my blog roll today (hope you don't mind ? i've got a small blog too i started a few weeks ago but i hope that one day i will be as good as you to crochet) i'm a crochet beginner and i really appreciate all your patern, they are so detailled and easy to understand, tyvm for sharing your knowledge (^:^)

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  19. Violette, Thank you sooo much, for your compliment, and for adding me to your Blog roll! I started small too, almostTwo years ago...so you can do it too!!!! Happy Crochet!!!

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  20. I would love the free pattern for the Little girls dress in size 6-7, however there are 45 pages. Do you have the written instructions only so I could print them off.? I have 3 great granddaughters and would love to make them this dress. It is made crochet cotton

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  21. Hi! I love ALL your creations and love your site. I have been following you by email and all of a sudden the posts stopped coming. I came back to the site to try to sign up again, but Feedburner keeps telling me that I am already subscribed. Could you please check on this for me. Maybe delete me and add me back if something has gone awry? I would so appreciate this so much. I don't want to miss a thing! My email is debbiet1452@yahoo.com Thanks for your help!

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  22. lovely blog ... I enjoy it much!

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  23. do you have a contact email; could you please let me know. I am at susankerin@mchsi.com

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  24. Hello from India... loved the blog. reached here thru one of the FB crochet groups. found a link on the pansy gran square
    am quite new to the word of crochet, so hope to learn lots from you :)
    tnx and regards
    Suja

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  25. Thanks for sharing your crochet knowledge with others! Your original patterns are beautiful:) Keep on sharing with the world!

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  26. Hi Annoo,

    I am a follower of yours on Pinterest. I love the photos you pin and find it so inspiring. So I think it deserves the Very Inspiring Blogger award. Here are the details:
    http://madebypensuke.wordpress.com/2014/07/05/very-inspiring-blogger-award/

    Thank you and keep up the awesome posts!

    Penny

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  27. Hi Annoo,
    I just found your site because someone posted the ballenrina top on facebook. I love that! I am definately going to follow you. The pattern you posted for this looks organized and easy to follow.
    I do have one question though, at the end it says you were going to post another ballerina top and were croheting it in pink with corrections. I could not find that. Would you direct me to where I can find that and the size estimations. I thank you so much. Pat

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  28. Love your work!!
    I make things for my niece who has 3 daughters
    Hildy from Colorado USA

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  29. Hi Annoo, I'm working on your crochet Elsa doll pattern. I'm stuck on step 59. After ending with 12 stitches in step 58. When I do 1 sc in st, then 2 sc in next stitch repeating to end, I end up with 18 stitches not 21 as noted. Mtimmer01@yahoo.com

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  30. Hello Annoo, I just discovered your instructions for Mom's day spa slipper, which I am going to make, wonder if you have a child size pattern in that design? It is a eautiful looking slipper

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  31. Hi Annoo,
    I love your video on crocheting a heart. Is it possible to get a pattern for it

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  32. Lovely crochet ! you can have a look to my creations

    http://www.creadiva.be/c-2393294/sleutelhangers/

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  33. Your site is wonderful! Thank you for all the lovely patterns!

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  34. Gorgeous patterns. Lovely blog. Thanks for all that you share with us readers.
    Judy from Canada

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  35. Annoo, your patterns are so lovely! Thank you for making so many free! I made Elsa for my grandchild and she LOVED it. When I showed it to her the first time she said " can I take it home with me?" I loved making it just as much and am working on a personalized one for her and her brother next. Thanks again for sharing your enormous talent!

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  36. How do I contact you? I just have a question for you.

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  37. How do I contact you? I just have a question for you.

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  38. Hi I'm looking to size a vintage dress for girl from your pattern. How to contact you?

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