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Chatty

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About Chatty

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  • Birthday 04/05/1960

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Julie
  • Short bio
    Married, over 40, 2 grown children.
  • Location
    Meemawville
  • Hobbies
    Crochet, knit, reading, chatting, writing
  • Occupation
    Housewife
  • Favorite hook type
    Other
  • Favorite projects
    Afghans, pillows and slippers
  • Crocheting since...
    1970

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  1. I agree with the other two ladies. Get permission first. Many authors of patterns, especially free ones, do not want the pattern redistributed in any form, they just require a link back to their pattern. Youtube tutorial videos seems to me to be one of those redistributions.
  2. Yeah, it takes us to a vest pattern, what does that have to do with a scarf? Although it is a very pretty and intricate pattern.
  3. Yeah, it looks like hdc between hdc of the row below. I don't see any ch sps between the hdc of the last row.
  4. Pretty! If you make it long enough, it would make a great dress too.
  5. Materials WW yarn such as RHSS. To be safe, 2 skeins, 6oz Crochet hook size 7mm (this is between a K and L, so either of those would work too) yarn needle Gauge: Unimportant Difficulty: Medium Size: One Instructions Note: ch 1 at beg of rows does not count as a st Ch 71, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Rows 2-30: Ch 1, turn. Working in the horizontal yarn below top of hdc, hdc in each hdc across. Note: the last hdc can be difficult to see. Count your sts periodically to make sure you always have the same number. After Row 30
  6. Yeah, getting internal service error when I click the pattern link. Will go and try to locate it myself. Love them. I construct slippers similarly, but the post stitches look like they make a nice, thick slipper.
  7. Just finished this yesterday. Obviously I ran out of purple on the last row of scarf, but I like it anyway. If anyone wants the pattern I will publish it and eventually get it on my Ravelry, where all my patterns are free. It's pretty simple, up until the scarf construction, but even that isn't too difficult. I just used stash yarn to do it with. The pink came from an old afghan I pulled apart and it had some stains in it. But some oxy powder took care of that. A turn in the washing machine/dryer, and it looks great. Okay, I put the pattern in Original patterns. I hope they're clear. http
  8. This is absolutely gorgeous, saved it to try sometime when I'm not busy doing other things. It might not get done till next year, but I intend to do one. As for criticizing your tree because they didn't like its fullness? is what I think of that. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it looks like you have many beholders here who love it just the way it is.
  9. Wow, I love pineapples and this is very pretty.
  10. What color is it? I can look in our Wal Mart here in Natchez, MS, they still have a good size stock of Mainstays, I think.
  11. Chatty

    WIP Wednesday

    Just posted mine in my blog. It's virtually the same as last time.
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    WIP Wednesday

    What? No one's doing the WIP Wednsday anymore? Anyway, I'm linking to my blog post since my list is so long, that way I only have to post it once WIP Wed
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    WIP Wednesday

    A Rose in Bloom afghan-size I hook 2 thread ties-a red one in a pineapple pattern-size 8 hook and a blue one in hdc-size 10 hook A Cocoon sweater-size K hook A 63 squares afghan-size H hook, could be anything from G to K, depending on pattern A pair of crocheted socks in baby yarn, 2 colors of pink-size E hook A pair of knit socks in RHSS camo-size 3 dpn A pair of knit socks in baby yarn-lilac-size 3 dpn A pair of knit slipper socks in Caron SS-baby varigated-size 7 circ A crochet tank top-size G hook A sherbet tank top-size H hook A knit basketweave scarf-size 10½ straight needles
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    WIP Wednesday

    I finally sat down and compiled a list of what I had in progress. I really need to finish some of it before starting anything new I included the two UFOs I want to finish too. A Rose in Bloom afghan-size I hook 2 thread ties-a red one in a pineapple pattern-size 8 hook and a blue one in hdc-size 10 hook A Cocoon sweater-size K hook A 63 squares afghan-size H hook, could be anything from G to K, depending on pattern A pair of crocheted socks in baby yarn, 2 colors of pink-size E hook A pair of knit socks in RHSS camo-size 3 dpn A pair of knit socks in baby yarn-lilac-size 3 dpn
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    WIP Wednesday

    Almost finished the pineapple shawl, still working on the tie Made a few more roses for the rose afghan Still haven't done anything on the 63 squares Haven't done anything on the knit or crochet socks Haven't done anything on the basketweave scarf Finished the knit dishcloth I'm also detangling a 35 gallon tote of tangled yarn. Not all of it is tangled, I just have to get through the tangles to get to the bottom of the tote. Since Monday night I've almost got it all done. I've put aside everything but the tie and shawl, those need to be done first, then the rose afg
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