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Anniedo

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  1. Anniedo

    Basket Edge Help

    If you are referring to the top edges of the dividers....that looks like it could be the "reverse single crochet" stitch.
  2. I am destashing and would be happy to send you a box of yarn. Let me know if you are still needing some.
  3. Welcome! I was in Estonia last summer! Charming place...loved it!
  4. How about using just single crochet with a smaller hook? No holes!
  5. Another technique to try: Take a length of dental floss, fold in half. Insert folded end through the bead. Thread the yarn through the loop of dental floss then pull floss back through the bead. It is worth a try. It might not work since it doubles the thickness of the yarn but maybe it will you have lots of strength!
  6. Carlinda's "Going Fishing Hat"! Fun to make and pattern directions are very well written and easy to follow. It is also very cute with just the cables (no buttons) if you don't want fish. Thank you Carlinda for letting me test this for you.
  7. I would L♥ve to test this for you. I purchased your owl hat pattern and was so very happy with it and loved the hat as did the my friend who received it.
  8. Instructions: http://crochet.about.com/library/blcrosseddc.htm
  9. The Split Single Crochet Stitch To create a split single crochet stitch, you are going to work an single crochet stitch between the vertical bars of the single crochet stitch in the previous row below instead of working into the top loops of the stitch in the row below like you normally would.
  10. Ahhhh...lovely! Thank you! I have been looking for an aghan pattern for my friend who just moved into a new house in Florida and this is perfect!
  11. Saw this today. Bright crochet flowers on public art.
  12. Oh! Thank You for the info!! Will make sure we do both of those!
  13. Welcome! I will be visiting your city end of July....can't wait!!
  14. No, acrylic yarn will not work. The most popular choices for felting include yarns made from wool, mohair, alpaca, angora, or llama - or a combination of these.
  15. There is a link to download the pattern in words, here is the link: https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=0B9qqs9Ze8QTXOTcyNDYwZTEtMjI0Mi00NWQxLWE4YjctMDMwMzg5NzY2ZjJm&hl=en
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