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  1. Just made this up a couple days ago. It inspired me to try and make a crocheted wallet, that I am working on now. I have the body done, just working on the inside pockets, which are pretty tricky. If anyone has any tips to share they would be greatly appreciated!
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    Motif Bag

    Thanks everyone!
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    Motif Bag

    Just finished this bag today. Honestly I had no idea how I was going to do the lining because of the shape of the bag, but I'm satisfied with how it turned out. Let me know your thoughts!
  4. Thanks everyone. I really appreciate it!
  5. Since I haven't been here in a while, I wanted to share some things that I have been working on. Here is a baby blanket, hat and booties that I made for my surrobaby. He was supposed to be a girl so I made all girl things! His mother took them anyway. =) This is also a dress I made for surrobaby. I made this headband for a friends little girl.
  6. Thank you all for your responses! I think I have it figured out.
  7. Thank you for your response. I understand what the stitch count is. I'm confused about the part that says "Work 1 sc in every sc - AT THE SAME TIME inc -" In the explanation it says increase 1 st by working 2 sc in the same stitch. Is that where the 3-9 sc comes into play? How do I know how many sc to do for what size? Most patterns I have used have different sizes in brackets. This one is totally going over my head. LOL
  8. Hi all, it has been a while since I've been here, and I am not sure if any of you even remember me, but I am stuck on this pattern and really need help! Normally if I just sit long enough I can figure it out, but I just can't get past this one. I hope I'm allowed to post this, since it is a free pattern. Here is the direct link, the picture is shown there. http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/us/pattern.php?id=5772〈=us
  9. just bumping this. anyone out there have a suggestion?
  10. I made these slippers, and decided to make a pair for my daughter, but I want to make them a little different, where they look more like ballet slippers. The sides area lot lower, and I have increased my stitches to form the heel. The original pattern said to just pinch the two sides of the heel together and slip stitch them together, but I would like to make a more natural looking heel, thats rounded at the bottom instead of pointed. Any suggestions on how to do this? I hope I am making sense. TIA
  11. http://www.etsy.com/shop/hollanddesigns?section_id=5611059&page=1 I love all of the ones on there.
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    My first hat

    So I tried attaching a photo but it's just not working for me right now, so I'll just post a link. I made this hat for my DD, but it ended up being to big for her, so I decided to keep it for myself and make her a smaller one. Thanks for looking =) http://i1130.photobucket.com/albums/m537/jujusurro/hat.jpg
  13. I originally made this for my surro-daughter to be, but my DD saw it and she had to have it. She carried it everywhere with her yesterday telling strangers that her mommy made it and that I gave it to her. LOL
  14. So after getting frustrated and struggling with the Elephant I was working on I decided to put that down and work on something else. I'm glad I did, because I just love this little monkey!
  15. The pattern that I have is in a book. Don't know if I am allowed to post it?
  16. Thank you very much! I noticed that when I ch 3 (to serve as the first sc) that it was quite larger than the rest of my stitches. Should I change it to ch 2 instead? Or even ch 1? Sorry if I sound dumb, lol.
  17. Question - my pattern says to sc around - the "magic loop" says to dc around... would I still need to dc or should I sc like the pattern says?
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    How to do this

    A couple of you may know that I am working on a baby elephant right now. I am getting frustrated with it so I want to put it down for a little while and try to work on something else. I want to do a baby blanket to match, but I have one question: The elephant has polka dots on it, and I would like the blanket to as well. What would be the best way to do this? I am having a hard time finding a pattern that I like with polka dots and they are pretty random, so I was thinking of maybe doing them seperately and sewing them on? Is there a way to do it without the back of it looking bad? TIA!
  19. Don't mean to step on anyone's toes, but I noticed that the title of the post in the link said iPod nano, so it probably wont work for an iPod touch. This is a great idea though!
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