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vettechjanet

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About vettechjanet

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  • Birthday 03/29/1960

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Janet
  • Short bio
    Crocheting most of my life. I love dogs and I love to make dog sweaters.
  • Location
    Sacramento
  • Hobbies
    crocheting, dogs
  • Occupation
    Registered Veterinarian Technician
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    dog sweaters, afghans, dog beds
  • Crocheting since...
    My mother taught me how to crochet around 1970
  1. Tell me what you think! Thanks for all the great comments!! I got the pattern from this months issue of Crochet! Design by Michele Wilcox. This pattern was truely lots of fun! I loved the colors and the yarn was so easy to work with. You must get the TLC Cotton Plus. I loved makeing something new to add to it. It certainly wasn't boring to make. Thanks again! Janet clickable
  2. You did a great job! I am very proud of my first student!
  3. I figured out why I couldn't see the stich I was working on. I was doing the dtr around both rows below, instead of doing the dtr in front of the rows below! Looks much nicer! It tooks some work and some cramped wrists and fingers but I did It! Thanks for helping I really appreciate the fact that you put some thought into trying to figure this out.
  4. Thanks for your quick response. I can't get the 11 sl sts to end up in the right spot. I am having a hard time with the cluster st being in the way. The cluster st is 3 dtr and I am working it around both rows below.
  5. I am working on "Neopolitan Throw" from the Sept 06 issue of Crochet Magizine. I am having trouble with this step: Row 8: Working in Back lps, join light country rose with sl st in first st, sl st in each of next 5 dc, [cl in each of next 2 sk sts 3 rows below, sk next st on this row, sl st in each of next 11 sts] across My question is when it 'says sk next st on this row' does it mean Row 8 or the skipped st 3 rows below which is what I am working on? (The row below is all double crochet. The row below that is 5 double crochet, chain 1) I am also have trouble finding where to put the 11 sl st with the cl st in the way! Please help!
  6. I am working on "Neopolitan Throw" from the Sept 06 issue of Crochet Magizine. I am having trouble with this step: Row 8: Working in Back lps, join light country rose with sl st in first st, sl st in each of next 5 dc, [cl in each of next 2 sk sts 3 rows below, sk next st on this row, sl st in each of next 11 sts] across My question is when it 'says sk next st on this row' does it mean Row 8 or the skipped st 3 rows below which is what I am working on? (The row below is all double crochet. The row below that is 5 double crochet, chain 1) I am also have trouble finding where to put the 11 sl st with the cl st in the way! Please help!
  7. the graph printed out dark. I wish I could lighten the background
  8. Well that didn't work. how about the picture of the dogs http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o49/janetkerr/Rico%20and%20Mickey/DSC01358.jpg
  9. thanks here is my graph: http://www.microrevolt.org/knitPro/index.php Now to choose colors
  10. I am looking to learn how to put a photo on a graph so I can crochet a bag with my puppies on it. Is this possible? Thanks for your help.
  11. This is the closest! If I cannot find the original, I will make this one. Thanks!
  12. Thats is the type of blanket she made. The one in the thread had solid colored squares. Each square on my mother-in-laws, had squares that had different squares that had half/half colors, I think even colors that had 3-4 colors in each square. Any way thanks for the help.
  13. I am not able to get to that link. Can you try again? Thanks Janet
  14. This looks like the type with the small squares. I just need the pattern to put the squares together. Getting closer! Thanks!
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