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froggieprinces03

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About froggieprinces03

  • Birthday 03/18/1985

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Tera
  • Ravelry ID
  • Short bio
    Born in raised in North Carolina. Mom and husband. Love photography and reading, and crochet almost daily.
  • Location
    North Carolina
  • Hobbies
    reading, photography, crocheting, writing.
  • Occupation
    Currently, stay at home mom.
  • Favorite hook type
    Steel
  • Favorite projects
    Scarves, hats, toys, sweaters
  • Crocheting since...
    Since 1996ish. I was 11 when i first started.
  1. Thank all of you so very very much! I am on row 12 and no problems so far. You all are the best >
  2. Thank you so much! I am going to try again today, I have been really busy this week, but today, hopefully that will stop for a bit and I can return focus to this! Thank you so much for all of your help! You are all awesome! I will post pictures as I go! Thank you again!
  3. Its done in 2 parts, front and back. The v stitch is sc ch 2 sc in same st. double v st is sc ch2 sc ch2 sc in same st. the doubles are what mess me up. It increases and it makes it look wrong and messes up the numbering.
  4. Thanks y'all for trying. I got an email back today from Crochet magazine, they are working with the designer to see if they can figure out the problem. Thanks again to each of you. Sarisue, i have worked to row 7 and it just doesn't work right. the numbers are off. I'm going to pull it out and re work it again tomorrow and see! thanks so much
  5. Thank you so much for trying Row 2: Ch1, Sc in 1st st, *V-st in each ch space of V-st across**, to double V-st, V-st in 1st ch 2 sp, sc in center sc (place marker), V-st in last ch 2 sp, rep from * across, ending last rep at ** sc in last st, turn. Row 3: Ch1, sc in 1st st, *V-st in ch sp across** to marked sc,V-st in marked sc rep from * across ending last rep at ** sc in last st. turn Row 4 : Ch 1, sc in 1st st * V-st in ch sp of each of the next 8 (for the 2x size) V-sts, double v-st in next st, V-st in each of the ch sp of each of the next 27 V-sts, double V-st in next st, V-st in each of last 8 v-sts, sc in last st, turn. Row 5 and 6 rep rows 2 and 3 Row: 7 is just like row 4 except instead of doing the first 8 v-sts you do 9 before the double v-st. and 9 after the second double v-st.. I had added stitches in the beg to make it work and it did until row 7. 8 and 9 are done just as 2 and 3 but then 10 is just like 7 only increasing again. it makes it all wierd and it really just doesn't look right. I have a request into the magazine but it's been two days and no response. Thank you again for your help
  6. I have been reading crochet patterns for about 3 years. Up until now, I haven't had a problem with a pattern that I couldn't figure out. This one however is killing me. The pattern is in Crochet Magazine. Textured Treasure Sweater. It begins on page 24. I am trying to make the 2x size for a gift. I'm not sure if I am just seriously misunderstanding something or if I am over complicating things. I have tried all sizes and and I keep coming out with the same problem. I'm short chains while trying to finish row one. The pattern is as follows for the size I am making, Ch 78, sc in 2nd ch from hook, [sk next ch, V-st in next ch] 7 times, sk next ch, double V-st in next ch, place marker, [sk next ch, V-st in next ch] 25 times, sk next ch, double v-st in next ch, place marker, [sk next ch, V-st in next ch] 7 times, sk next ch, sc in last ch. I have worked, and re-worked this time and again and I can't get it right. I do not know if I am just missing something. If anyone has made this and it worked please let me know what I'm missing. I'm going to put it down for tonight and hopefuly when I pick it up tomorrow it makes sense. Specifically my problem is when I get to the part where I have 7 V-st left I only have enough chains to do 4. Any help will be appreciated, I really don't want this to beat me. Thanks y'all!
  7. Hey y'all. My name is Tera. I have been crocheting off and on since I was a little girl. I have been crocheting almost daily for the last three years. I'm not great but I get compliments on most of my projects. I'm always open to advice and help from anyone. I learned all the basics when I was about 11. My mom taught me granny squares and single crochet and slowly worked me up to more complex patterns. I didn't start reading patterns, however until about 3 years ago. I feel like sometimes I make careless mistakes. I'm looking forward to furthering my craft and learning from everyone here
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