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Photo submitted by: Ria (1st three photos), Chrissy, Angel, Michelle, Karen, Erica, Kristen, Sherrie, Janet, Stacy, and Jan
Ria writes: "I adore your patterns!!!!!!!! I have made the angel several times. This one with glass beads! Thank you again so much Cylinda!!! I received the pattern great."
Ginnie writes: "Hi Cylinda I started the Pineapple Cascade Angel last night. Stuffing the head with the fiberfill sure is easier that using a ball (plastic or Stryofoam). It's starting to take shape and I think it's going to be beautiful. You make such lovely items and I'm glad you are willing to share them. From past experience, your online help is also a great resource. When I got "stuck" you were right there for me. I have signed up for your newsletter and am looking forward to receiving my first copy."
Annette writes: "As usual, the pattern is perfect! Your love for this art is certainly evident in your designs and in the directions. Following each row is simply fool proof! I needed a gift and knew I could find that special pattern on your site. Again, thank Q for your time in providing these patterns. Blessings to you, Cylinda!"
Glenna Jo writes: "Yes I got the pattern and started it last night !! I seen one for sale on ebay months ago and have been hunting for the pattern ever since !! LOL Little did I know it was your pattern but when I found it on your site I was sooooo happy !!!!!! Thank You so much !!!"
Patricia D. writes: "After making the pineapple cascade angel in one day, I couldn't resist the other two angels! Thank you for such wonderful patterns. Thanks for sharing them with crochet enthusiasts such as myself!"
Karen writes: "I just wanted to drop you a note and thank you again for the great angel patterns. The instructions were so easy to follow and it was great to have each row end with an exact count. This year our church is displaying angels made by members in different mediums - clay, stained glass, wood, iron. I was so glad to find such a pretty one to make out of thread. I'm attaching a photo so you can see how nice this turned out."
Erica writes: "I just finished the angel this morning and I am so completely thrilled with the finished product! Your pattern is so beautiful. This is the most complicated crochet project I've ever attempted (I've never done any kind of lacework before) so I was a little worried I wouldn't be able to make it look right, but it wasn't bad at all! My whole family loves it. Thanks again for creating a gorgeous pattern!"
Melissa writes: "Just wanted to let you know what a joy your Pineapple Cascade Angel is to work. I just finished the pearl edging on the dress of my tree topper. A very lovely pattern and easy to work for an experienced crocheter. I'll send you pictures when the lovey and tree topper are complete."
Janet writes: "Thank you. Yes - I did receive the pattern and I've almost completed her. I was so pleased to find the pattern, as I crocheted one of your angels for my daugther years ago, and wanted to make one for myself, but wanted something slightly different. When I googled the pattern name and your name, it was great to find your website and discover that you had others to choose from. Have a very Merry Christmas, and thanks again for checking on my receipt of the pattern."
Kristen writes: "I purchased your Pineapple Cascade Angel pattern last month, and I wanted to share with you how much I enjoyed stitching it! My family loves it. I will definitely treasure this angel. Thanks for writing such a great, easy to follow pattern."
Sherrie writes: "I came across your gorgeous angel and knew this was just what I had been looking for. Not only is she so lovely, but she works up rather quickly. If anyone finds themselves running short on time but still wants to make a wonderful gift this is it. I really love how she turned out. Thanks so much!"
Janet writes: "I love the angels, thank you. Really appreciate your detailed instructions!!"
Jan writes: "Dear Cylinda, here as promised is the finished angel at last! Thank you for your advice on the stiffening process, we ended up with the sugar solution but boiling it for four minutes. Weather permitting (torrential rain and wind this week) she will go to her new home soon. The friend I showed her to was most impressed
"I have already started on a second angel as a present for my daughter-in-law for Christmas, and it is going much quicker than the first. The tiny iridescent pearls don’t show up well in the photos, and this time I am going to use small pale pink pearl beads."