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    Eastern, CT
  • Hobbies
    mugging up to my dog(s), crocheting, reading,
  • Occupation
    office assistant since 2007,
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  • Crocheting since...
    since about 1960's, but really got into it late 1970's and prefer Susan Bates hooks
  1. I got on Annie's site and there was a section about 'infringement /copyright'. So I sent them URL for the Esty shop and explained that I recognized the pictures as I have them in the publications that I have at home as I used to subscribe to them. So, it's in their hands now. I've seen the actual books for sale, but not individual ones as PDF.
  2. I 'booked marked' that site.... she is selling them as PDF Download. I have these books which is why I recognized the pictures. AND if she's selling as PDF Download, then it is illegal, right???
  3. So I was searching for afghan ideas for a 7-8 year old boy. On an Esty Shop, came across pattern pages for sale from Annie's Crochet/Pattern Books that date back to the late 1970's at $3.00 each. Isn't this illegal??
  4. Thank you!! I will try and figure it out and get back to you,....in a PM.
  5. using knit pro. The xl graph I did is 158 w by 68 h.
  6. what shows in the graph - will that be the exact stitches across and rows to come out for a size wanted?? Like I would like to make an afghan about 46" x 64" using a team logo, but I'm not sure how to figure stitches and rows needed.
  7. http://www.microrevolt.org/knitPro/
  8. This is SO COOL!!! I've been trying to figure out how to make something and this was a HUGE help! Thanks for posting the link!!!
  9. YEP! I frogged a couple of inches and then measured including the ribbing. Much better.
  10. I'm making the little-pebbles crochet poncho.....starting at the bottom, after making the ribbing and working on the body, "Rep last row for pat until total length measures x amount of inches. Am I including the ribbing in the length or not??? Turn work sideways and proceed as follows: 1st row: (RS). Ch 1. Work 46 (50-54) sc evenly across side of ribbing. Turn. 2nd row: Ch 1. *1 sc in next sc. 1 dc in next sc. Rep from * to end of row. Turn. 3rd row: Ch 1. *1 sc in next dc. 1 dc in next sc. Rep from * to end of row. Turn. Rep last row for pat until total length measures 14 (17-19)" [35
  11. Thank you!!! This video makes sense and I can understand it. in the learn to book, I think It's the way the directions were written: for row 2; Ch 1* insert hook from bottom to top under front lp of beg.ch (this was the back bump of beg ch that was not used in row 1; it became the front lp when you turned your work), insert hook from bottom to top under front lp of sc of row 1 directly above ch, yo, draw through 2 lps, yo and draw through 2 lps on hook; repeat across, turn. THEN: row 3 ch 1, *insert hook from bottom to top under front lp of sc in row 1 (two rows previous, the front lop
  12. https://www.e-patternscentral.com/detail.html?prod_id=4460&cat_id=506&classification_id=B I ordered the download - but now I'm am *so* confused the way the basic directions are written for this in SC...I can't get it figured out. Does anyone know if there is a video tutorial on this. I find the DC/front post one.
  13. https://www.anniescatalog.com/detail.html?prod_id=129303 This is where I got the idea for an afghan pattern only make it wider. I got this pattern and made this, it's a two row repeat. I can't relocate the video with Ellen Gromley on how to do it, but it's really easy.
  14. I was thinking of Fishbone and maybe Basketweave or Seed stitches using regular worsted weight yarn possibly and H hook. Then I did think about making a panel of each starting with 1 skein each and going from there. So I guess i'm on the right track. Thanks Friends!
  15. I am thinking of making an afghan in panels - using two different stitches. How can I figure out how much yarn is needed for an average size afghan??
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