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philosgal

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About philosgal

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  • Birthday 04/17/1981

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Basirat Hussain
  • Location
    Pakistan
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting, baking, reading.
  • Occupation
    Teacher
  • Favorite projects
    Purses, edgings, wearables
  • Crocheting since...
    A couple of years
  1. Thank you all very much. I actually found a group of Portuguese speaking ladies on ravelry and they are more than happy to help so soon I will upload the pics of this beautiful dress and if I am allowed, will translate the pattern. The pattern looks pretty easy so far.
  2. Hi all, I found this beautiful dress pattern on ravelry but google is not doing a good job in translating. Does anyone speak Protugese??? I need help with the translation. Here is the website. http://manequim.abril.com.br/faca-e-use/ponto-a-ponto/como-fazer-vestido-de-croche-531932.shtml?page=page2
  3. Hi all. Hope you all are good. I visited crochetville after a long time becuase of internet problems and wow the website has improved greatly. I have really missed crochetville. In my hunger to search to make boleros I came across some free patterns but they are in Russian. So if anyone knows a crocheter who speaks Russian????? I would appriciate the help.
  4. philosgal

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    okay now this is really clear. Thank you so much
  5. philosgal

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    Yes This part Crochet 2 rows with 1 dc in each dc, then crochet 2 dc tog across the row – see DECREASING TIP-1 = 149-165-177-193-217-237 dc. Turn piece. Insert a marker 37-41-44-48-54-59 sts in from each side (back piece = 75-83-89-97-109-119 dc). Continue with 1 dc in each dc. REMEMBER THE GAUGE! When piece measures 8 cm / 3 1/8'' dec 1 dc each side of both markers (4 dec per row), and repeat the dec on every 2 cm / 3/4'' a total of 7 times - see DECREASING TIP-1 = 121-137-149-165-189-209 dc
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    Can anyone Help me with this pattern by Drops Design. I love their patterns but sometimes it seems like they have written them in a hurry So help me please. Just explain how to do it. http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/us/pattern.php?id=4453〈=us
  7. That is beautiful. Good job
  8. I found the tutorial. It is in an other language. The first three parts are about the butterfly. It's actually a bolero.
  9. Made these two gorgeous butterflies. First was on Youtube tutorial and the second one I downloaded from mypicot.com
  10. Ok so now I am stuck at the Accent border. Here's what the pattern says: ACCENT BORDER Right Armhole With WS facing and G-7 (4.5 mm) hook, join B with slip st in first st of armhole. Round 1 (WS): Ch 2, work 3-hdc Cl in same st and in each st around, skipping 8 sts evenly space; join with slip st in first st; change to C in joining slip st, do not turn. Ensure that you have an even number of sts. Round 2 (WS): With C, ch 1, sc in first st, *work split-sc over same and next st; repeat from * around, end with sc in last st; join with slip st in first st; change to D in joining slip st, do not turn. Round 3 (WS): With D, ch 1, *3-hdc Cl in next st, slip st in next st; repeat from * around; join with slip st in first st; change to E in joining slip st, do not turn. Round 4 (WS): With E, *slip st in next 3-hdc Cl, 2-hdc Cl in next slip st; repeat from * around; join with slip st in first st; change to C in joining slip st, turn. Round 5 (RS): With C, ch 1, (sc, slip st) in each slip st around; join with slip st in first st; change to B in joining slip st, do not turn. Round 6 (RS): With B, work a slip st around the post of each st around; join with slip st in first st; change to C in joining slip st, turn. Round 7 (WS): With C, repeat Round 2; change to B in joining slip st, do not turn. Round 8 (WS): With B, ch 2, work 3-hdc Cl in each st around, skipping 8 sts evenly space; join with slip st in first st. Fasten off. Round 9 (WS): With A, slip st together the first Cl of Round 8 with one loop of nearest st in Round 5, *ch 2, skip next Cl in Round 8 and next st in Round 5, slip st together next Cl of Round 8 and one loop of next st in Round 5; repeat from * around. Fasten off, leaving a long tail for seaming. Repeat around left armhole, holding left sides together as needed to complete first round. I have done till round 4 but don't understand round 5, 6 and 9.
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