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Old 03-20-2012, 04:33 PM   #11
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You are correct - that is the coolest thing I have ever seen.
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Old 03-20-2012, 10:50 PM   #12
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That's a good idea, I chose Red Heart because I thought it was the toughest yarn out there. Someone on Facebook recommended I scotchguard it, which I thought was a good idea.
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I think only my yarny friends really appreciate it.....my husband, mom and non knitting or crocheting friends of Facebook think I'm probably off my rocker.
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Someone on Ravelry said it's better than a sign that says "crocheter on board" :D I agree.
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Now THAT is the most unique knitted/crocheted thing I've ever seen! I'd be having fits if I was behind you at a traffic light!

In our town, it would be stolen the first time I parked and went in to shop!

My husband had to have his WARN winch welded to the bumper of his truck with good reason!
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Old 03-21-2012, 06:01 PM   #16
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This makes me wish my spare was mounted on the outside!
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I would be afraid to lose it on the highway, so to drive I would secure it with one of those bungees with hooks. I wonder if that would deter the thieves? Too hard to get off? The lady whose project inspired me on Ravelry seems to be using hers for years without incidents. I think she's indigonightowl on Ravelry, the link to her project is on my project page link on post #1 here.
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Ingrid when I was going to make this, the old Rav4 we had got smashed into and totalled and I was so sad.....no tire doily for me! Now that we have a new one (more than a year later!) I finally got to make it. I was secretly hoping it would have the tire on the outside for JUST THIS REASON!

Of course I wouldn't buy a car just for the outside tire, even though I am addicted to knitting and now crochet too! However, the Toyota Rav4 is an awesome car!!!!!!
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