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kennajo

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About kennajo

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 06/01/1967

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Jennifer
  • Location
    Texas
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Crocheting since...
    2005
  1. I just completed and washed a baby blanket for a friend. Where I weaved in the ends the yarn is fraying. What can I do about this? Thanks for any help!
  2. do you mean the panels should be black/white/black? I thought of that but "son" wants solid so he can sleep! Very busy pattern up close.
  3. I have been working on a blanket for my son. Black and white reversible using a cro-hook. I wasn't able to fit all the stitches on the hook for one solid piece so I had to make panels. I have 3 that I now need to stitch together. I have tried slip stitch, sc,and rope but none of those looked very good. Please any suggesstions would be appreciated.
  4. same thing happened to us. I will post a pic soon of Grandma's last work.
  5. Oh I can so relate!! Makes me feel stupid that the ripple eludes me too.
  6. Well I used to know where the temp Internet files were but not anymore. Can you assist?
  7. When I sign in I click the button for it to remember me but it doesn't. I have to resignin each time. Any suggestions?
  8. Which one of us are your telling it's the k hook?
  9. I'm in the same predictament so I feel your pain...(((sigh)))
  10. boy do I feel stupid! I was sc instead of dc. I completed the project and thank you for your help.
  11. I thought I was at a point that I understood most patterns but I have been proven wrong. This is for a cupcake pincushion and this is the part of the pattern I am having issues with. Round 3: Ch 1, inserting hook from back to front to back, sl st around the post of the same dc, ch 3 to count as the first bpdc, bpdc around the post of each dc around; join with a front post sl st around the beginning ch 3. (30 bpdc) Rounds 4-6: Ch 2 to count as the first fpdc, fpdc in each remaining bpdc around; join with a front post sl st around the beginning ch 2. (30 fpdc) Round 7: Ch 2 to count as the first fpdc, fpdc in each remaining bpdc around; join with a sl st in the front loop only of the top of the beginning ch 2. (30 fpdc) Round 8: Fpsc around the same ch 2, (sl st in the front loop only of the next st, fpsc around the post of the same st) 29 times; join with a sl st to the sl st joining on round 7. Fasten off. Sorry it's so long but I need help. I am using an F hook were it calls for an E. It just gets tighter and tighter where I can't put the stitch in and it just doesn't look right. Any help is appreciated.
  12. ok I'm wondering how do you get the hook through the blanket? Also did you free hand the bones?
  13. This is one of many chi babies I have owned. Love them to peices.
  14. I bought her a bed today but she obviously likes my crochet basket much better! Her name is Zoey and she is a long coated Chihuahua.
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