magiccrochetfan

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About magiccrochetfan

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  • Real Name
    Kathy
  • Location
    Callaway County, Missouri
  • Interests
    taught myself to knit (combination style) in early 08
  • How long have you been crocheting?
    since about 1968 off and on
  • Favorite things to crochet
    it depends...

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  1. Oh wow that is so beautiful! I love how all the swirls work together. You should be very proud of it!
  2. Hi Fifi, welcome to the ville! You are posting in the right place :-) your hat project sounds like fun!
  3. welcome to the ville! I don't know what Curtzy is, but I think it sounds like this has been translated from another language in to English. "hook 5 turns" for example is very oddly worded. Taking a stab at what Prismatic could be, I wonder if it is a very bad description of a post stitch.
  4. Hi, welcome to the Ville! Your interpretation sounds right to me.
  5. You're welcme
  6. If you do try it, let us know if it helps I can't think of anything else to suggest, but maybe others can.
  7. maybe try washing it again with Shout Color Catcher? http://www.shoutitout.com/en-US/Products/Pages/shout-color-catcher.aspx never used it myself , just suggesting it may be worth a try. and welcome to the ville!
  8. Hi, welcome to the Ville! Read it the first way. It's important to know that the [38] is telling you the stitch count for the row.
  9. I agree with what Granny Square said
  10. For the bottom seam I think crocheting would be good, you can make it as tight as the rest of the fabric. Just sc the edges together.
  11. Hi, welcome to the Ville! What's the name of the pattern?
  12. yes. ( that's such a helpful graphic, Granny Square!) i think the linked diagram makes it pretty clear what comes next. but the idea will be to fold the now-seamed piece so that the seams lie at the center, as shown. then sew the crotch seam to form the legs.
  13. Lay one piece on top of the other. If the pattern indicates front and back, be sure you match those. Then sew the center seams, then the leg seams. This page has an illustration https://www.made-by-rae.com/2013/06/super-seams/ Steps 1-2, I don't think you will need 3-4.
  14. here's one, not a character but a plane...spacecraft....something they fly in! lol https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bulky-spacefighter-blanket you can look at project pages, comments and posts to get an idea of the results people have gotten w/ the pattern.
  15. that is very pretty! just those colors would make a nice blanket as well.