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Chanelle Jones

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About Chanelle Jones

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    Villager
  • Birthday 12/15/1977

A Few Things About Me

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  • Short bio
    My grandmother taught me how to crochet when I was a child, and from the very beginning, I was altering or designing my own projects.

    I have three beautiful children and thirteen lovely chickens. Between tending them, working in my garden, and designing for my Hover label, my life is very rewarding.

    My design's name, Hover, was inspired by my love of birds.
  • Location
    Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Hobbies
    Gardening, reading, hiking, and of course crocheting
  • Occupation
    Crochet and knit designer
  • Favorite projects
    blankets, scarves, hats, accessories
  • Crocheting since...
    Since 1989
  1. So creative! And pretty! ♥♥♥
  2. Round 1: Yes, repeat the pattern stitch (2dc, ch2, sc) until you get all the way around. Once you make it around, close off the round by slip stitching into the 3rd chain of the very first ch3. Round 2: No, do not sl st into each chain. DO make a sl st into the space created by the first ch2. Then (ch3, dc, ch2, sc) into the exact same space that you just worked the sl st in. Now skip to the next ch2 space and work the pattern stitch (2dc, ch2, sc) into it. Continue doing that until you get back to the beginning of round 2. Like before, close off this round with a sl st in the 3rd ch of the first ch3. Repeat round 2 until desired length, finish off as described, and then you will have yourself a slouchy beanie! Good luck! And ask if you have any more questions! ♥♥♥
  3. Which part of round 2 is confusing to you? I don't know where to help. ♥♥♥
  4. AWESOME wing job! It's gorgeous! Do you plan to publish the pattern? ♥♥♥
  5. Love it! Your friend is so lucky! ♥♥♥
  6. Beautiful choice colors! It turned out just lovely! ♥♥♥
  7. Those are darling! And thanks for sharing what you used to make them non-slip. I've been looking for something like that. Did it go on smoothly? And does it come off easily? I once tried fabric paint and it skipped like crazy, plus it just peeled off. ♥♥♥
  8. It is so cute and sure to be loved ... just think of your daughter as a budding designer. (I know that probably doesn't help. ) ♥♥♥
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