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  1. Hello! I offer 10% discount for purchase of 3 patterns and 12% discount for purchase of 5 patterns in my Ravelry shop Discounts are active till 31st of December 2014! http://www.ravelry.com/people/lillabjorncrochet
  2. Hello! I'm pretty new to crochet and I'm attempting this "easy" pattern for a combined cowl and hoodie. I'm a little fuzzy on this step (at this point I've made 9 rows - 48 stitches each - in a round for the cowl): chain 2 (counts as first hdc) **hdc 10, dc dec (repeat from**) all around, slip stitch into the first hdc. (44 sts) So do I just chain 2 like a completely normal, then do the half double crochet 10xs, then just do one decrease, then repeat for one row? Thanks so much for your help! Sam
  3. Easy-to-Wear Cowl What could be better than single crochet and chain stitches arranged in an easy-to- stitch, easy-to wear cowl? Use a beautiful variegated yarn as shown here, or choose a lovely shimmery solid color to match your personal style. If you prefer, stitch additional rows and omit the joining row to create a rectangular scarf or stole.
  4. Has anybody seen the source for this old bedspread pattern? http://www.pinterest.com/pin/369928556866103408/ It's rolling around in my brain, but I just can't make it stay still and catch it LOL I think in the picture on the pattern, it looked more square than here where it looks almost like an octagon. TIA!
  5. Okay, sort of new to crocheting, I have a few Granny Square afghans under my belt, and wanted to move onto something a little more difficult. The instructions are as follows: ch 4 slip st into a ring (that part is no problem) row 1: ch 3, dc 2 in ring, ch 2 dc 3 in ring, turn- (this is the part I'm having trouble with) 6 dc; 1 ch-2 space. Fasten off. First, should I not make a turning chain? Just 6 dc? Also, what is the 1 ch-2 space? And does it really go at the end? I'm just all confused! Thanks for the help!
  6. I made this cover for my e-book, although you can made it for what you want!! http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/07/23/cover-funda/
  7. Just released, a new free pattern: Cabernet Cloche.
  8. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Flying Spaghetti Monster Hat/Beanie Pattern Style: Written with pictures Pattern Photo (optional): Skill Level: Intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required: 4 colors of Caron Simply Soft Yarn, Crochet hook size F/5 3.75MM, Yarn needle, Poly-fill and small pieces of pantyhose. I am not able to provide these materials so the tester would need to have them or get them. Colors other than the ones I used in the pattern can be used but the type of yarn needs to match for sizing purposes. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: This project took me about 3 nights to finish. Deadline: I would like to have reviews back by 8/20 but am flexible if more time is needed. Tester Experience: Testing experience is not needed Tester Responsibilities: I would like for the tester to work through the pattern and make notes about any errors that are found such as stitch counts, abbreviations, spelling, grammar etc... Also make sure that everything makes sense and if not provide opinions or suggestions about how things could be better. I would also like to know if the gauge provided the correct size when finished. The pattern is in PDF format. Compensation I will provide a free copy of the finished pattern.
  9. Hello all, New to this forum so a short introduction. I'm from the Netherlands, but I currently live in Iceland because of work. I love to crochet and have been doing this as a hobby for several years now. Family and friends have been asking me about the dolls I crochet, and I've soled a couple as baby shower presents. And now I started getting emails about the patterns of them. Any tips for me about pattern writing or about what would be cool to have as a pattern in a etsy store? I plan to create some new original dolls, so any kind of comment is welcome. thanks, Linda
  10. Hello everyone, here is a rabbit that I made for my daughter, and a bear I made for my son. I used super bulky bernat blanket yarn. The yarn is a 100% polyester fiber and it is super plush. The results were great. They toys are super soft and cuddly. They aren't at all stiff like most amigumumi. That super bulky yarn also made these projects whip up fast. As for the kiddos... they love them. My daughter loves everything bunny. My son needed a large sized, cuddly teddy bear and this bear is usually by his side. This pair can be found in a "two in one" pattern here on etsy, or here on ravelry. Thanks for looking, and have a good day! Ida
  11. I'm just starting one of my first ever crochet patterns - some Alice in Wonderland inspired fingerless gloves from Tiny Owl Knits, and am confused on the first step! The pattern says "ch 20, turn; Sc in each chain (20 sc)" Shouldn't you chain 21 if you want to make 20 sc on your first row? If not, how do you sc in the first ch from the hook? When I try, it doesn't work properly, and I get a really weird stitch. Any guidance would be much appreciated. Cheers, Sophie.
  12. (Big thank you to Jennifer Wolfshead for allowing me to use her photo) Hello crochet friends I love this blanket, its a fabulous pattern to use up left over balls of yarn and also a great pattern to use a planned colour theme Its an old video but a popular one and also has a free written pattern I hope you enjoy this pattern Happy Crochet, Clare xx (Big thank you to Jennifer Wolfshead for allowing me to use her photo) Written pattern can be found here http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html Here is the playlist of the videos
  13. I'm stuck on a pattern and I could really use some help. What does this mean: Row 1: 1 sc in ring, ch 1, turn (1) Row 2: 2 sc in next sc, ch 1, turn (2) Row 3: 2 sc in each sc, ch 1, turn (4) Row 4: 1 sc in each sc (4) FO It's the first row I'm wondering about. Am I supposed to make a magic ring? Or maybe a ring made of ch? This is the pattern: http://aprildraven.blogspot.se/2011/01/brown-pony.html
  14. Hello everyone, I just wanted to share three of my most prized projects that I have made, and have also offered the patterns for sale. All three patterns can be purchased in my etsy shop as a package deal for $12.00. Here is a group photo of all three of my dolls: The matryoshka dolls were my first project. I have a couple of little kiddos, one of which liked to break everything he touched (at least it seemed like it ). So, I decided I needed to make myself some lovely, unbreakable matryoshka dolls.... they have been thrown across the room multiple times, and still look lovely as ever. The other two dolls were made as gifts for my daughter. She loves ballerinas, and I was so happy how the ballerina turned out. The last doll, Millie with the blond curls, was a redo of a project I made for my daughter a long time ago. I really had loved the doll I had made for her a couple years ago, and I wanted to give the doll a cleaner, more put together look. Mission accomplished. This time she was made using all cotton yarn, has sparkling blue eyes, and darling little ringlets.
  15. Starts June 21st, 2014 and if you can come by the shop, we will start at1 pm. Spring & summer is here and a nice crocheted shawl for those cool evenings or air condition spaces would be great to have, especially because you made it yourself! You can choose from two patterns: V-Stitch & Scallop Shawl: http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LC4100.pdf Lion Brand free pattern library: http://www.lionbrand.com/printablePatterns/WildFlowerShawl.pdf Both patterns are intermediate that with help most can do either of these patterns. I made a few changes (of course) when I made my V-stitch & scallop shawl. I used Bamtastic yarn from Plymouth (a nice bamboo & nylon mix which adds bounce to my shawl) and a "F" hook. It took three balls. This allowed me to shorten the number of rows needed for the body to 54 rows before adding my scallop trim. For the Wild Flower Shawl I used Saucon Sock from Kraemer Yarns. It's a cotton, acrylic & nylon sock yarn with about 231 yds per skein. The yarns are available at most local yarn shops. If needed they are available from my shop @ 856.669.1131. Because there is 430 yds per skein of Saucon Sock yarn I will half the skein for all colors (except black), and half the cost as well.
  16. Here is a huge chance to save in my Etsy store this year when you purchase my patterns. For this month, use the coupon code: ETSYJULY14 and take $4.00 off your total purchase of $8.00 or more. THis offer ends on July 31, 2014. Want to know how to save even more in my etsy store? Purchase one of the pattern packs available, AND use your $4.00 off coupon code to save big.
  17. Hello crocheters! This month in my ravelry store, I am offering your choice of a free pattern when you purchase my Millie the Doll crochet pattern. Use the coupone code: JULY2014 at checkout.
  18. I'm trying to crochet a black and white striped jail bird style hat. I want one that has the stripes on the top going one way and the stripes around the hat going a separate way. If that makes sense.
  19. Hello ! Here is my free pattern for a slim leaf, easy and quick to make Thank you for reading my post http://www.bobwilson123.org/flowers-and-bows.html
  20. I came across this saved image in my bookmarks but there is no link. Can anyone work out what pattern this is please? Thanks in advance! Ayla
  21. I'm making my first lapghan and everything was going smoothly until I ran across this instruction: "Rep Rnd 4 for pat and work 2 more rnds with CC" Am I supposed to repeat Rnd 4 a total of three times after the initial Rnd 4 or is this telling me that the pattern in Rnd 4 will be repeated twice...? Thank you to anyone who can help me out on this!
  22. I don't know if this makes sense or not but I have an amigurumi pattern that I want to do, and I want to make it twice the size. So I was wondering if it was possible to somehow 'double' the stitch pattern? Thank you for any help that you can give.
  23. Laurie is a long keyhole scarf. I usually only design scarflets, which are pretty short and easy, but this is a substantial scarf, warm around the neck in a rich chocolate color and ending in pretty lacy edges with a punch of color which is striking and attractive. It is quite easy and fast to make. Here is where you will find the free pattern: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2014/05/laurie.html#.U4qdWvldWjQ Enjoy! Clotilde
  24. Seven free patterns in the issue, check it out. http://crochetvolution.com
  25. I am just not good with naming my patterns! I really do try but I end up leaning towards the color; but that can be a bad thing considering you can use ANY colors! So my latest pattern just got a generic name. If someone wants to throw some ideas my way, I will seriously consider them! This pattern is super easy and can have the colors changed around for uniqueness. The shell stitch is done in multiples of 6, so keep that in mind if you want to make yours wider. http://missedstitches.blogspot.com/2014/05/crochet-shell-stitch-blanket.html Be sure to browse through the rest of my blog for more FREE patterns and like me on FB to get updated when I add more!
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