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About Auntboris35

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    Junior Villager
  • Birthday 11/14/1964

A Few Things About Me

  • Location
    Central Missouri
  • Favorite hook type
  • Favorite projects
    afghans and toys
  1. Thank you, silverbelle. It's almost three years, but I just followed the old link and I was able to buy a copy of that issue.
  2. Does anyone know what issue of Hooked on Crochet magazine this pattern appeared in or where else I might find the pattern? I have been trying to search for the pattern for several days with no luck. Thanks to anyone who can help.
  3. That's it!! I've downloaded the pattern and read through it. I think I "get" this stitch now (finally). Thank you, thank you, thank you!! By the way, Sara Palacios, the lady on Ravelry who you linked me to, has another great pattern called Square and Ripple Blanket that I'm going to do. My great-nephew needs a blanket and I haven't made him one yet. I think that would be perfect for him. Now, I'm off to do the Jasmine/Star for somebody (I don't know who yet. ). Thanks again!! LORI
  4. Thanks for the reply. I can't figure it out from what she says in her directions. I've read them and tried them and it's just not working for me. Do you have the link to the Russian site that you saw this on? Maybe those pictures and Google translate would be helpful to me? I can only hope.
  5. Thank you. I knew I wasn't the only one who didn't get it. Hopefully, someone will know of a video or pattern for it that is better explained. I really want to make this. I've spent the better part of two days searching for it with no luck.
  6. Hi. thanks for the quick response. I did read the comments, but I'm just not understanding her directions and she wasn't certain exactly how she started it. I was hoping that I could find better directions or the name of this pattern. I'm certain I saw this when I was younger and that a pattern exixts somewhere that I could follow better. Thank you, though.
  7. Hi, Everyone!! I hope I'm putting this request in the right place, if not please forgive me. I'm trying to find directions on how to start this pattern stitch: http://www.flickr.com/photos/39648301@N02/3699233093/in/photostream/ I'm not new to crochet, but I don't understand how to start this and I know I've seen something like this growing up. I'm hoping someone might know what the stitch or pattern is actually called or is able to point me in the direction of a printed pattern for it. I've been searching, and coming up with lots of other things, but not directions for this. Is it a puff stitch or something else? Thanks to all. I hope everyone is having a good evening. LORI
  8. Hello, Everyone!! I've been looking for a crochet pattern that looks like Rachael Ray's mopine. It's a large towel that has pockets on the corners so it works like a large pot holder/towel combination. Has anyone seen anything like this? I thought someone would have made a pattern like this, but I'm not having any luck finding one and I've never made my own patterns, so that's out. Thanks for any help.
  9. Thank you for you reply. Right after I posted I found this site: http://crochetwithdee.webs.com/typesofcrochet.htm It says it's also called Catherine's Wheel. The funny thing is that after I posted and looked at the pics from the links you posted, I realized that the baby afghan I'm currently working on is that stitch (although it doesn't call it by any name in the pattern). I wish I could get a picture online to show you. I looked at the pics from Annie's Attic and thought I should order that book, but it still took me a couple of hours before I realized what I was doing. I don't know where my head is at today. Thanks, again!! Lori:yarn
  10. Hello, Everybody. I just got a my Talking Crochet newsletter today and it featured a book about Bavarian crochet from Annie's Attic. My question now is what is Bavarian crochet? Thanks, Lori
  11. I'm from Owensville, Missouri.
  12. I'm so sorry it took so long for me to answer. Somehow I missed that there was another reply. I was searching for something else today and found your answer accidentally. The color I got from Ebay is Bambi Print. It's pink, yellow and white. It's sooo pretty!! Believe it or not, I had also forgotten that I had the yarn. I just found out that my niece is expecting a baby and it sounds like the pattern you mentioned would be perfect for a gift for her. I'm going to look for it now. Thank you!!
  13. Thanks for the response. I had already seen the info on Coats and Clark. The yarn is beautiful. I love the feel of it. You know how some yarns just look better in some patterns than other yarns do? I'm thinking it will be this way with this yarn. Oh, well. Since I first posted the question, I've found myself with more time. Maybe I'll just experiment. Thanks, again and if you (or anybody ) should find a pattern for it I would surely like to see it!! 8)
  14. I am looking for a pattern for a baby afghan using Red Heart Ltd Hunny yarn. I have a few baby patterns, but I just don't think any of them would look right using this yarn. I had never even heard of this particular yarn until I got it from Ebay and I can't find a single pattern using it. Any suggestions? Thanks!!
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