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    I thought I'd showcase a few of the afghans and blankets I've made over the past few years. The pink/white/yellow/green afghan spread out on my bed was a CAL that I joined, and really sparked my love for crochet, and making blankets! up until that point I had only made basic granny square blankets, so it was quite challenging for me. It was also a lesson in how satisfying it is to actually finish things! And don't get me wrong, there are still plenty of projects that I've never finished... but I actually do finish some now, which is an improvement for me The daisy and cloud blankets were made for my friend when she had her babies, it's so lovely to be able to make something special like that, and she treasures them which is lovely.
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    Here we are on the 4th. A lot different from when I grew up. We lived in a small section of Camden, NJ. We had a WWII memorial in the middle of the town and we always had a big celebration with speeches and a parade. The street I lived on, had a big neighboorhood BBQ in the front yards. The kids ran thru the hose Dad hooked up to the Flag pole and pointed to the ally. We had sparklers and caps. Cap guns, cap sticks and just a hammer and caps. It was always loud and fun. When it would start to get dark, we would pack up chairs and walk to a bridge that crossed over a main road and sit to watch fireworks in 4 different locations. Then we would all go home and finish with the nieghborhood party. Here is my table and tree deducated to our Military and the fun we had as kids.
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    Hi everybody. I am a pediatrician from India. I started crochet at the age 8 years. After joining medical school I could not crochet anything. After 46 years started it 2 years back. Wanted to join a group to learn more and enjoy crocheting. Have a good day
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    Pam, very nice! I like those colors. I finished a skein this afternoon...+2
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    I finished my Woodland Throw! Not sure why the picture uploaded sideways...
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    All positives--good job, everyone!
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    https://bluestarcrochet.com/join-as-you-go-crochet-squares/ Vintage Star crochet sqaures using join as you go crochet method accompanied by a full video tutorial
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    The cozy really dresses up a gift of wine. Very Pretty.
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    The second photo looks great to me, it's elegant as is without a border. Probably the most iconic striped manufactured blankets don't have borders, google 'Pendleton striped blanket'. It's up to you, just be careful working up the sides as that is the part that will be most likely keep it from looking as nice as it looks now.
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    Hello Everyone, Here is my Little fairy Free pattern. It's made with Scheepjes catona, but any fingering weight yarn should works find. https://crochet4fun.com.au/index.php/product/little-fairy/
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    Perfect colors and thickness for a cold day. Very nice job.
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    That is a gorgeous set, Krys!! And thanks for the tip to spray these things with Fabric Protector--why in the world didn't I think of that!!??
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    I definitely made this for donation as a document keeper. if you are working on an issue this lets you keep all stuff together in a pretty place. It lets me use up bunches of the paper stock I have on hand. Never did scrap-booking in my life but I do love me some shiny stuff. I added in the fake Business card and the littler folder for note taking if wanted. I might just do more of these as they are so easy and so pretty. The letters are just stuff from the management co. for my building to show how it works. You now have to sign your life away to do laundry.
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    I used up two more colors on the lap throw...+4 = WTD +8
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    I some more face masks, used 5 balls cotton (+5) . My garden is growing great, but the weeds keep trying to take over . I have many green tomatoes, but I've picked so many beans plus my 1st cucumber . WTD: + 5 YTD: + 93 Ellie 13
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    Hello Everyone, Here is my free Octopus Pattern. This Octopus is made with scheepjes stone washed XL for the body and scheepjes catona for the little decorations. https://crochet4fun.com.au/index.php/product/octopus/
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    Another long day with the grands--thought it was going to be shorter but it was longer. LOL The oldest one broke her arm yesterday so she was fairly quiet but the other three made up for it. During nap time I finished the edging on a lap throw for the nursing home but didn't use up any skeins. I think I'll go find something for supper followed by some chocolate.
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    o i know krys i was awful upset then but it was a long time ago, and she isnt a sis in law anymore so now i tell the story in hopes of everyone else avoiding people like that lol or my lack of knowlede about them anyway !!
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    Welcome to the 'ville! That jacket looks nice and warm. Did you scroll down to the last page, and take a look at the diagram? A picture is worth 1000 words here. The pattern says at the very start that it's all worked in 1 piece to the armholes, and now you've reached the armholes. Now, you need to work on the now 'disconnected' 3 pieces, one at a time, starting with the right front which is why you are leaving a lot of stitches unworked at this point (will become the 2 other pieces when you finish the first piece. Does that help? I think it could have been worded a little bit clearer. It says 'divide for armholes: next row (etc)', and IMO it should have said you are working on the right front right away, instead of casually mentioning it in the second row of the right front.
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    I started crocheting Amigurumi animals recently. These are my latest projects. I’m improving with each one I make
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    Wish I could share some with you. We've had a wet winter and spring. 4" in the last week. The end of July and August are our dry time. So in a few weeks I'll probably be saying-- I've got to water the garden again?!?
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    We have the opposite issue here! Not enough rain. I'm hoping we'll get more this week for the garden.
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    It's been a long day! I had all four grands for 8 hours while DIL made a 5 hour round trip to get an MRI and see a dr. Dr got called to emergency surgery so she has to go back on Thursday. I hope I can survive another day. LOL I don't think dr's offices understand having to go long distances to see a specialist. Good news is that I got in a little crochet time while the two year olds were napping. Finished the last round and a half on a blanket and a skein. Then used up the last little bit of another skein when I started a lap throw. +4 Just cooked some bacon for BLT's for supper. Hopefully I'll get to bed early. Oh shoot, I just remembered this is DH's steroid day so maybe not. We missed the rain today but it's in the forecast all week. I really, really need to weed the garden and get two 6 packs of plants potted. Maybe tomorrow.
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    wow no postings sheesh i feel alone, dejected, depressed and bored lol hope you all are in good shape!!!!!💙💛🧡💜
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    Very cute! Krys
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    Welcome to Crochetville from another MA crocheter. I saw your ami's you posted and they are adorable.
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    ^ Agree. In traditional crochet pattern-writing, and pattern reading expectations, there should have been an asterisk denoting the start of the repeat, so " *2sc in first (stitch), sc in next (stitch),repeat around " would have been the normal/more accepted way to have expressed that. They did omit the word 'stitch', but it should have been understood if all the stitches in the prior row were the same.
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    Sounds like you are probably working in the round and the first round most likely consists of 6 sc. Next round you would place 2 sc in first sc of previous round, sc in next stitch, 2sc in next stitch, sc in next stitch, 2 sc in next stitch, sc in next stitch, join ch 1 (for a total of 9 sc made on this round) The next round you work 2 sc in first stitch of previous round, sc in next stitch, sc in next stitch----you repeat the 2 sc in next stitch, sc in next stitch , sc in next stitch sequence to end of round for a total of 12 sc in round.
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    Ah Mary Jo! Such a nostalgic story. Love the deco's too. Thank you for a great story.
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    Welcome to the 'ville! The hook size gives me a hint that your yarn is probably US weight 1 or 2 (sock or sport/baby weight). Some of the below aren't strictly mesh, but openwork. Note, I did a search on yarn weight not hook, but the hook size on the yarn ball is a suggestion, you'll need to swatch with maybe more than 1 hook to match the pattern gauge given. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sweater-with-short-sleeves this looks more like a 'recipe' at first glance, would work for any size you'd just need to do a little measuring of the 7 year old. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/angles-tunic-child-youth seems long but I imagine you could tweak that https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/88-20-a---crocheted-top-for-girls https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/29-35-girls-camisole only 1 size, this and the 1 sized ones below might be able to adjust with bigger hook https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/210-3-tee one size https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sawayaka-tanktop one size https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/214s-21-ruffled-camisole one size https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/childs-ribbed-shell-tee https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gemstone-lace-flowy-top
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    Thank you, everyone! Judianne, knitted dolls are really easy, you should definitely try! I found the pattern for lavender knitted dolls and they were my first knitted dolls (I started last Sunday) . They are my "Summer 2020 project" and I admit I'm quite surprised that I'm so in knitting this week, because I'm definitely a crocheter 🧶 The dolls will be gifts for my friends - with lavender from my own garden 😊 https://ravel.me/lavender-sachet-dolls
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    Nice Place-Mat! Talking about "none usable" Place-Mats Set. Few years ago I made for my daughter a Set: place-mats, pot holders, coasters. For her big table (with glass top) in her dining room. She wanted those place-mats in rectangular shape for her oval platters she uses. To this day she dos NOT want to use any of that!. About a year after I made that Set for her she asked me to make for her another Set (something plain, not that nice like this one). I asked her: Why?. She told me: I can not use that!. Because that Set is so nice my heart would break if something bad would happen to that. She needs to keep that Set looking nice the way it looks now! I did started laughing when she told me that. And I told her she needs to use that, I did not made that to be siting on a shelf somewhere...LOL She told me: I use that!. I put that on a table sometimes for decoration BEFORE & AFTER we eat. When we are eating I am taking that off that table. She knows I sprayed couple times every piece with Fabric Protector so she will not need to wash that only wipe in case of food splatter or something..?. But, she still will NOT use that! LOL. Since I could not convince her to change her mind, little later I did made for her 2 very plain place mats to make her happy :). Here is a picture of that set. I did made two more coasters after that picture was taken. That picture did not came out very good. It was taken in a "Rush time" LOL. Krys
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    Good Evening from Iowa. I have begun to crochet and LOVE IT! What a great way to relieve anxiety during a very anxious time. I was furloughed on 4/10/2020 and quickly ran out of “things to do around the house” so decided to try my hand, and dive deep into the world of yarn art! I started by buying some introductory “basic” supplies and completed my first crochet Afghan in time to gift it for Father’s Day to my very supportive partner in life. I found my way to this website by looking for answers to a crochet “problem” I am having. I look forward to getting g to know and learning from all you happy stitchers.
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    Darski such beautiful things. Thank you for sharing with us. Finished more ear savers. May be my last batch because I have pretty well used up my 3/4 and 1 inch button stash.
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    I just LOVE all those Velvet yarns :). I been working a lot with Bernat Blanket Yarn (it is Velvet). That yarn is a Bulky #6 yarn. Those bigger balls of that yarn have a lot of yardage - 220 yards in ball. For baby blankets I used little over 2 Big balls. That was probably close to 500 yards for each blanket. For a small Pet blankets (24" round) I used 1 Big ball for each- 220 yards. Those Pet blankets were crochet little tighter than would been regular blankets. So I have to agree with Granny Square and the others that you do not have nearly enough yarn for a regular size blanket. When it comes to making bigger blankets using those Bulky Velvet yarns I would suggest not to buy small balls ( small yardage). It is hard to weave those bulky ends to be very secure & not looking bad. The less amount of balls of that yarn you will need to use the better (not that many ends to weave) Krys
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    Finally got the pattern written out, The one in pink is done in #3 crochet thread, the green is done in Lustersheen (pictures below) Sweetie Pie 3 pc Sweater Set for 5” Lots to Love Baby doll Materials for sweater and footed pants Lustersheen (this was Luster Sheen by J&P Coats, cable twist that I found in some stuff I had stashed, not sure if the Red Heart is the same) or size 3 crochet thread Hook size 1/ 2.75mm stainless steel Yarn needle 2 small buttons 2 small snaps Materials for Top Size 10 crochet thread Scrap of sweater/pants thread for bow (or decorate with button) 1 small snap Hook size 8/ 1.50mm stainless steel Yarn needle Small amount of Fabri-Tac glue or Fraycheck (for ends of bow and to help tack down bow on front of top) Sweater Row 1; Chain 21 loosely, 2sc in 2nd chain from hook and across. ( 40 st) chain 1( here and throughout on sweater yoke, does not count as a stitch), turn Row 2; sc across (40 st) chain 1, turn Row 3; sc in next 6 sc, chain 8, skip next 8 sc, sc in 9th sc from last sc and next 11 (12 sc) , chain 8, skip 8 sc, sc in 9th sc from last sc and next 5 (6sc) (24 sc , 16ch = 40 stitches) Chain 1, turn Row 4; sc in each sc and chain space across (40 st) chain 1. turn Row 5; sc across (40st) Chain 3 and turn. You should try the sweater on your doll at this point ,you want it to be loose on your doll and with enough overlap in front for your snaps. Row 6; 2 dc in first sc ( chain 3 and 2 dc count as 3 dc, this will be overlapped by the otherside with a full shell) , *skip 1 sc, sc in next, skip 1sc, 5dc in next sc, repeat from * 8 more times, now we have to fudge it a little, so after the last shell skip 2 sc instead of the 1 (should be the last stitch of row). (58 st ) Chain 3, turn. Row 7; 2dc in last sc of previous row( chain 3 and 2 dc counts as 3 dc), *sc in 3rd dc, 5 dc in next sc space, repeat from * 8 more times, ending in sc in top of chain 3. (58 st) Row 8; Chain3, turn, repeat row 7, chain 1 then sc up the front of sweater ( back up to the neckline, this will give a nicer finish to the front and is also the right side (or outside)of sweater. Now for the sleeves, with the right side (outside) facing you Row 1; attach with slip stitch in middle of underarm, chain 1, (you will have 7 stitches in underarm) sc across the bottom, when you get to the side do 1 hdc, 10 dc in top, 1 hdc in side, sc across and join with slip stitch to first sc (19 stitches) Do not turn work for the rest of the sleeve, working in rounds. Row 2; chain 1, sc in ea sc, hdc in ea hdc, dc in each dc. Join w/sl st in 1st sc Row 3; chain 2 (counts as 1st dc), dc around (19 st), join w/sl st in top of chain 2 Row 4; repeat row 3 Row 5; chain 1, sc in first dc, sc 2sc together 9 times, (10 st) join w/ slip stitch to 1st sc. FO Hood Row 1; With right side (outside) facing you in 5th sc of neckline attach with slip stitch and chain 3 (counts as 1st dc) dc in same stitch, 2 dc in next 13 sc (28 st) (should be 4 sc left undone) Row 2; chain 3,turn (counts as 1st dc), dc in next 27 dc (28 st) Row 3-7 repeat row 2 At end of row 7, chain 1 (You will work a shell stitch in this later), matching up stitches with the right sides together, slip stitch across top (14 sl st) FO Brim With the right side (outside) facing you, attach with slip stitch as close to the neckline as you can and thru stitching, 5 dc in next dc space, sc in next dc space, repeat 7 more times ( at the top of brim use the chain 1 space for your shell st), ending with a sc as close to neckline as you can and thru stitching, FO. Weave in all ends, sew buttons on the outside front yoke (with sweater facing you, sew them on the left hand side) and snaps on the inside fronts. Should overlap enough so the bottom shell overlaps the half shell stitches. Footed pants Legs – Make 2 Row 1; Chain 6, sc in 2nd chain from hook and next 3 chains, work 3 hdc in last chain. Working on opposite side sc in next 3 chains, 2 sc in last ch. (12 sts) Row 2; Sc in next 4 (marking your first stitch with a stitch marker in rows 2 thru 6), 2 hdc in each of the next 3 hdc, sc in last 5 sc. (15 sts) Row 3; 2 sc in first sc, sc in next 6, 2sc in next sc, sc in next 5, 2 sc in next sc, 1sc in last sc (18 st) Row 4-5; sc around Row 6; Sc in next 4 sc, sc 2 together 5 times, sc in next 4 (13 sc) Row 7; join with slip stitch to 1st sc of row 6, chain 3, dc in same stitch as chain 3, * dc in next sc, 2 dc in next , * around, join w/sl st at top of chain 3 (20 dc) Row 8 – 10; Chain 3, dc around (20 dc) FO at end of row 10 Row 1; Put legs together making sure feet are facing the same direction, (working from back to front) match up where you finished off at the back of legs, join them with slip stitch in the 3rd space from the finished off point, sc in same stitch and in the next 4 (5 sc), chain 3, dc in same stitch as last sc on left hand side, dc in next 15 stitches, 2 dc in same stitch as first sc of crotch, 2 dc on next leg in same space as first sc of crotch, dc in next 15 stitches, 2dc in last stitch, join w/sl st in top of chain 3 (38 st) Row 2-4; dc around, join w/sl st in top of chain 3 Row 5; chain 1, sc in next 8 st, hdc 2 together 11 times, sc in next 8, join w/sl stitch, (27st) FO Weave in ends. Top Row 1; Chain 29 ( I used my bigger hook for the chain stitches only, it made it easier to do 2 sc in each this way), (with smaller hook) 2 sc in 2nd chain from hook, and each of the remaining chains ( 56 st) , chain 1, turn Row 2; sc in sc across, chain 1, turn Row 3; sc in each of the next 8 sc, chain 7, skip next 12sc, sc in each of the next 16sc, chain 7, skip 12sc, sc in each of next 8 sc, (46 st) Chain 1, turn Row 4; sc in ea sc and chain sp across, chain 1, turn Row 5; Sc in next 15 st, * 2sc in next, 1sc in next * 8 times, sc in next 15, chain 1, turn (54 st) Row 6-9; sc across, chain 1, turn Row 10; sc across, chain 3, turn Row 11; sc in 1st sc st, *chain 3, sc in next * across, at end of row chain 1 and sc up the back edge (just gives a nicer finish to the back, should be the left hand side, with right side out, as you look at the back of top) FO Weave in all ends, attach snap at top back. With scrap thread from sweater, attach at center front of top between rows 2 and 3 and make bow. I put a little Fabri-tac glue underneath the bow, just to keep it from coming untied and at the ends to keep from fraying. This outfit should fit a little loose so it’s easier for little fingers to dress their dolls. If you run into to any errors or problems, please pm me so I can fix it. I hope you enjoy this pattern, my granddaughter loves it!!! This is my original design. Feel free to make as many as you like for gifts or to sell but give credit to me as the designer. Please don’t sell the pattern or claim it as your own. Thank you Becky Bangert 2010 The blue is the original one I did (just winged it as I went along)
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    I made this up yesterday if anyone wants it! Princess Crown Materials: h hook Worsted weight yar Gemstones Hot Glue Gun spray on glue (optional) Fits 18" head (about 2-5 years) Ch75 Attach yarn to Form a circle Round 1: ch1, sc in same ch around, sl st in 1st sc, ch1 (75sc) Round 2: sc around, join with sl st to 1st sc, ch3 (75sc) Round 3: 6dc in same sc, *sl 3 sc, 7 dc in next sc* repeat from * 8 times. sk 3 st, 2 dc in next sc, sk 3 st, 7 triple crochet in next sc, sk 3 st, 2 dc in next sc, *sk 3 sc, 7dc in next sc* 7 times. sl st to last sc at end of round. Fasten off. Row 4: Attach yarn in center of second shell from 2 dc at front of crown with a sc, ch 7, sc in center of next dc shell, ch 5, dc in next 2 dc, ch 2, 2 tc in first 2 tc of tc shell, ch6, 2 tc in last 2 tc in tc shell, ch 2, dc in next 2 dc, ch 5, sc in center of next dc shell, ch 7, dc in center of next dc shell, turn Row 5: ch 1, 3 sc around ch7, picot, 3 more sc around same ch, sc in next sc, 5 sc around next ch5, sc,picot,sc in next 2 dc, 2 sc around next ch2, sl st in next 2 tc, 3 sc,picot, 3 more sc around ch 6, sl st in next 2 tc, 2 sc around next ch 2. sc,picot,sc in next 2 dc stitches, 5 sc around next ch 5, sc in next sc, 3 sc,picot,3 sc in next ch 7, sc in next stitch. Fasten off. Weave in ends Hot glue gemstones as desired on crown spray glue to stiffen crown and allow to dry
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    Saying Bye-bye – 15” CPK baby girl My two little ones are going to a new home and a new mommy so I wanted to make them special outfits for their trip. I'm not sure I can give up designing for CPK's as they are just so adorable but we shall see what we shall see. And may God bless their new home. DNBO = Do Not Break Off Dress... With WW yarn and 5mm hook Yarn colours Black, White, Deep pink and Pink. Ch 31… Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from hook and ea ch across. (30 hdc) Row 2: dc in first st, [bPdc in next st, dc in same st] to end, dc in last hdc. (58 dc) break off black Row 3: att deep pink… dc in 2, *FPdc around post st on row 1, dc in next] 3times, FPdc around next post st, dc in same st, 2dc in next, [FPdc around post st, dc in dc}4 times, FPdc next, 2dc in next, Fpdc next, dc in same st, [dc in next, FPdc in next] 8 times, dc in next, FPdc next and dc in same st, 2dc in next, [fpdc in next, dc in next] 4 times, FPdc in next, dc in same st, 2 dc in next dc, continue to end working post st around post st and dc in dc. Break off deep pink and tidy all ends. (66 dc) Row 4: keeping the good side up att pink… dc in 9, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 11, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 19, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 10, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 9. { I have no idea why the numbers are off on this so I am reporting what I really did instead of what should have been } Break off pink. Tidy all ends. Row5: attach white…dc in 11, sk sleeve sts, dc in 23 front sts, sk sleeve sts, dc in 11 back sts, Row 6: dc evenly across. (45 dc) Row 7: dc in 3 *3dc in next, dc in 3* repeat to end. Row 8: work in dc with a 3 dc group in the middle of each 3 dc group of row 7. break off white. Trim rows. Work a sc in ea stitch with 3 sc in the middle of each 3 sc/3dc group. Work one row of pink, deep pink and black. You can work a picot for effect on the black trim row. To keep it simple, I did a sc/ch3/sc in the increase sts. Break off after the pinks and tidy all ends but DNBO with black. Edging and button loops: …with black, work up left back edge in sc, work [ch 3/ sc in next] around neck edge, work down right back edge in sc working button loops if you want them. Pants… Join all rounds With white, work 46 sc over an elastic waistband. Rows 1-3: dc evenly around Row 4: 2dc in 1st, dc in 21, 2 dc in next 2, dc in 21, 2 dc in last Row 5: ch 4, dc in same st, dc in 23, [dc-tr] in next, [tr-dc] in next, dc in 23, [dc-tr] in last. Row 6: dc in 3, dc dec, dc in 4, dc dec, dc in 16, sl st into 1st st, dc in 16, dc dec, dc in 4, dc dec, dc in 3, sl st in st #26 and sl st to join. Row 7-9: work rows of HDC around each leg opening. Trim rows… working along the three rows of hdc: Pink – work in sc/ ch 3 around Deep pink – work in sc/ ch 4 around. Black – work in sc/ ch5 around. Tidy all ends. Booties… Notes: Join all rows and you are working from the heel forward . With black: ch 6 Row 1: 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next, hdc in next 2, 5 hdc in last ch, hdc in next 2, sc in next, 1 more sc in beginning st. Row 2: work in hdc making increases as needed to keep sole flat. (I got 24hdc on this) Row 3-4: hdc evenly around. Row 5: work in hdc making 6 decreases at front of bootie. Row 6: work in hdc, making 2 dec at front. Break off and tidy all ends. Add ties if you wish. They do provide some security for keeping them on the foot. I used one strand each of pink, deep pink and white woven through the stitches of the top row. Hat... With black: ch 21 Row 1: 2sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 2, 2hdc in next, hdc in 4, 2dc in next, dc in 2, 2 dc in next, hdc in 4, 2hdc in next, sc in 2, 3sc in last ch, sc in 2, hdc in 5, dc in 4, hdc in 5, sc in 2, 1 more sc in beg st. Row 2: work in hdc, work 3 sts in points but only increase if necessary to keep hat flat. Row 3: hdc evenly around. Ties: ch 30, 3 hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Break off and attach yarn to the other point and repeat, Break off black and tidy all ends. Add trim: starting about 3 rows in.. work a sc/ch3 mesh in deep pink. At 2nd row… work sc/ch4 mesh around At edge, work sc/ch5 mesh around. Copyright: Darlene Cutler - 2009 I do not have a problem with people/groups using my patterns to make a little extra money by physically making them and selling the items they make. However, I do not permit the selling of my patterns for money. I have once given permission for a booklet to be made of them for a charitable sale and I may do so again *if I am asked* and if it is for a church, charity or school type group. But first you have to ask. Furthermore, If you choose to use my patterns as a money maker, I do not permit my images to be used for any advertizing of your work. You must make your own item and photograph that. These images are as much a part of my Web image as a designer as the patterns are and I reserve that use to myself alone.
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