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Crocheter of the Month – November

November 28, 2009
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Baaad Anna’s is pleased to announce the crocheter of the month. Tricia Ward has been a faithful member of our wed. evening stitch ‘n’ bitch, sometimes as the only fearless crocheter.

She is also making her debut as a crochet/knit pattern designer.  Her crocheted food and sweets patterns are AMAZING. Honestly I think I cried the first time I ever saw the banana – it was so amazing. I look forward to every Wednesday just to see the new designs she had come up with!

Not only has Tricia developed something adorable and practical (the kids in your life will LOVE playing with these!) But she is creative and ingenious in her design.

Congrats Tricia you are the Crocheter of the month (come on in and pick up your gift certificate!).

Baaad Anna’s will also be selling Tricia’s patterns for the cupcakes, sweets and strawberries. To see more of Tricia’s designs, check out her blog  at Play With String.

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–adjective

1. characterized by cleverness or originality of invention or construction: an ingenious machine.
2. cleverly inventive or resourceful: an ingenious press agent.
3. Obsolete.

a. intelligent; showing genius.
b. ingenuous.

Origin:
1375–1425; late ME < L ingeniōsus, equiv. to ingeni(um) natural disposition, cleverness (in- in- 2 + gen- (base of gignere to bring into being; cf. genitor ) + -ium -ium ) + -ōsus -ous

in⋅gen⋅ious⋅ly, adverb
in⋅gen⋅ious⋅ness, noun

2. bright, gifted, able, resourceful; adroit.


2. unskillful.


Ingenious and ingenuous are now distinct from each other and are not synonyms. Ingenious means “characterized by cleverness” or “cleverly inventive,” as in contriving new explanations or methods: an ingenious device; ingenious designers. Ingenuous means “candid” or “innocent”: an ingenuous and sincere statement; a thug with the ingenuous eyes of a choirboy.
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adj.  

  1. Marked by inventive skill and imagination.
  2. Having or arising from an inventive or cunning mind; clever: an ingenious scheme. See Synonyms at clever.
  3. Obsolete Having genius; brilliant.


[Middle English, from Old French ingenios, from Latin ingeniōsus, from ingenium, inborn talent; see genə- in Indo-European roots.]
in·gen’ious·ly adv., in·gen’ious·ness n.

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ingenious

1483, “intellectual, talented,” from M.Fr. ingénieux “clever, ingenious” (O.Fr. engeignos), from L. ingeniosus “of good capacity, gifted with genius,” from ingenium “innate qualities, ability,” lit. “that which is inborn,” from in- “in” + gignere, from PIE *gen- “produce.” Sense of “skillful, clever” first recorded 1548.
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4 Comments leave one →
  1. mom permalink
    December 31, 2009 6:08 pm

    This is great!!! I didn’t have time to reply before.

  2. River permalink
    November 28, 2009 6:27 pm

    Wow, these are so lovely! I have two little ones and I know they would love them – makes me want to learn how to crochet!

  3. November 28, 2009 1:26 am

    Thank you so much, Anna … I am honoured!

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