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  1. Yes, I understand that. 🙂
  2. Yes, I'll post a link if she winds up selling the pattern.
  3. I saw the picture on a Facebook group. I was able to message the lady who posted the picture to Facebook. She lives in Germany. She said she made up the pattern as she crocheted. I told her she should write it down and sell the pattern. It's so unique and beautiful!
  4. Hi Rubyred- Thanks for trying to help! No, it's not my afghan. I saw it on the web and saved the picture. It appears to be original colors and made in one piece.
  5. Looking for a pattern similar to this one: Edited: I learned it was an original design, so I removed the photo.
  6. Here's another cowl: https://theyarnowlhandmade.wordpress.com/2014/09/30/the-claire-cowl-free-crochet-pattern-inspired-by-outlander/
  7. Here is another interesting article on crochet history: http://www.crochet.org/?page=CrochetHistory
  8. Thanks for trying to help! I figured out my problem.... I was using Internet Explorer. When I switched to Google Chrome it worked easily (On internet explorer, the pop up box had the following lines: link type protocol/url by anchor name by element id email address message subject message body Plus, on internet explorer the pop up box wouldn't cancel or accept ok for a link.) With Google Chrome, the link icon pop up box has only: link type protocol url Chrome allowed me to post a link. Practice link to the history of crochet: http://www.crochet.org/?page=CrochetHistory
  9. Yikes, I don't see eyes with a globe- where is it? I know how to copy and past a link to put in the url box but the element id and protocol is
  10. I know where the link symbol is, but when I click it, the pop-up box that says "protocol, anchor name, element id" has me confused I've tried various things and the box always freezes up and won't let me select "cancel" to get rid of it. Can someone please help? Even my son, who is home from college, couldn't figure it out.
  11. Wow, that Highlander club is expensive! I noticed lots of knit and crochet Outlander-type patterns have been popping up on Pinterest. I was reading an article that said the knitware is the real star of the show. I learned the costume designer for the show, Terry Desbach, has her own blog (link is her full name dot com). It's really interesting to read and it has forums for discussion. The show currently takes place in the mid 1700's and the 1940's. I don't think crochet was done in mid-1700's Scotland? (on crochet.org there's a good article titled "History of Crochet by Ruthie Marks"). It would be lovely to see some crochet pop up in the show in the 1940's scenes
  12. Thank you! I couldn't figure out how to post a link, but if you do a Google search for "Outlander Claire images" you can see actual examples from the show.
  13. Would love to find some free pattern links to crocheted versions of the knitted capelets/ cowls the character Claire wears in the show Outlander.
  14. The costume designer, Terry Dresbach, has her own blog with forums for discussion. It would be wonderful to see some crochet in the next 8 episodes.
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