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  1. 53 minutes ago, Granny Square said:

    Kelvweb, I'm glad you managed to contact the designer but if she does write up the pattern, she owns the copyright to it and it would be illegal to post it here without her express permission.  If she posts it on her blog or on Facebook, you could post a link to her posting which is OK, because she has authorized it's viewing there, but you can't copy the pattern itself and post it elsewhere legally.

    Yes, I understand that.   🙂

  2. 16 hours ago, RubyRed said:

    I really like it. Colors are great!  If you get a pattern from her please let me know, I'd  buy one too.

    Yes, I'll post a link if she winds up selling the pattern.

    16 hours ago, RubyRed said:

    I really like it. Colors are great!  If you get a pattern from her please let me know, I'd  buy one too.


  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. 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


    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




    Chrome allowed me to post a link.   Practice link to the history of crochet:   http://www.crochet.org/?page=CrochetHistory

  5. 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.

  6. 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.  :clap


    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  :manyheart  

  7. I saw these on a blog I like to read and thought they were so pretty. Has anyone seen a link to the vintage pattern for this set? Thank you. Here's a direct link to a photo click "open" to see it http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_x908CSKJhI4/SxxAddUJpsI/AAAAAAAAMGY/NXorOuslZco/s800/Crocheted+luncheon+set+074.JPG or, if that picture won't work for you, here's a link to the blog. The glass jackets can be seen in the second row of pictures at the very beginning of the blog.(2nd row, 3rd from the left).


    OR, Here's a direct link to the blog. If you currently scroll about 3/4ths of the way down on the blog's 1st page, the pink and white table setting has the glass jackets and matching placemats pictured two times in bigger pictures. http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com/



    (These two pictures may be on the second ot later pages of the blog, depending on when you read my question).

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