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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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!
  8. 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.
  9. 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
  10. Seven free patterns in the issue, check it out. http://crochetvolution.com
  11. 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!
  12. Hi, I'm Katie from Crochet Katie. I've been crocheting for 16+ years. Mum taught me but she no longer crochets. I just love having something to do with my hands while watching tv, or listening to music, or listening to the birds sing. Theres something magic in creating something pretty & functional with your own two hands & a piece of string. End of last year I decided to take the plunge & begin my own business selling my bits & pieces, and I am now starting to focus on patterns. I am vegan so I don't use wool, instead mostly plant fibres (cotton, bamboo, jute, hemp, linen) or acrylic. I'm also very interested in sustainable living & try to create my own everything, rather than buying. Feel free to check out my web page at www.crochetkatie.com. I welcome & encourage constructive criticism & helpful suggestions. Nice to meet you & hope to hear from you all soon ~ Katie
  13. I show you my Cow booties pattern, very simple and funny!!! http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/cow-booties-patucos-de-vaca-2/
  14. Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there! I have designed a variety of flowers this Spring and thought I would share the patterns with you. You can find them all at my blog, http://suviscrochet.blogspot.com I made a special one just for my mom today, her favorite flower: the blue bachelor button or cornflower. What's your favorite flower?
  15. This is my new crochet pattern for Spring and summer, Baby Sun Suit Pattern, in sizes Newborn to 2 Years. Find the pattern here: Baby Sun Suit
  16. Find the pattern here: Arianna Headband
  17. Howdy all! I'd like to share my latest pattern with you. It's a simple mesh market bag, good for carrying a multitude of items. I often use mine to carry books to/from the library. Please let me know if you find any errors. Enjoy! Mesh Market Bag CH 41 SC in 2nd CH from hook, SC in next 38 CH 3 SC in last CH Working in the back of the CH, SC in next 38 CH, 2 SC in last (84 SC) Join with SL ST to 1st CH CH 1 (does not count as stitch), 2 SC in same ST as join SC in next 38 ST * 2 SC in next ST * Repeat from * to * two more times SC in next 38 ST * 2 SC in next ST * Repeat from * to * once more SL ST to SC to join (88 SC) CH 1 (does not count as ST), SC in same ST as CH 1 SC in next 87 ST (88 SC) Join with SL ST to 1st CH [ CH 3 (counts as DC, CH 1) SK next ST, DC in next * CH 1 SK next ST, DC in next * Repeat from * to * 41 times CH 1 Join to CH 2 (or into CH 3 Space) w/ SL ST ] Repeat from [ to ] 24 times or until desired length Fasten off Join new color in same ST * CH 1 (Does not count as ST) SC in same ST SC in each ST around. Join to first SC w/ SL ST * Repeat from * to * 2 more times CH 1 (does not count as ST) SC in same ST as join SC in next 10 ST CH 21 SK 21 ST and SC into 22nd ST SC in next 22 ST CH 21 SK 21 ST and SC into 22nd ST SC in next 11 ST Join to 1st SC w/ SL ST * CH 1 (does not count as ST) SC in same ST as join SC in next 87 ST Join to 1st Ch w/SL ST * Repeat from * to * 3 more times Fasten off. Weave in ends.
  18. I am looking for 3 testers for a bottle or cup cozy that represents the Nitrox flag for scuba divers. I've put together the preliminary pattern - I may do some color adjustments on it. But I would just like to know if my directions are clearly written and will produce the item as I picture it. If you are interested in testing this pattern for me, please send me a pm and I'll forward the pattern to you. Thanks in advance.
  19. I have been trying this pattern for the past few days http://southerndaisy.com/2013/10/02/chevron-baby-blanket-free-pattern/ I have contacted the author, but no response yet. So I thought I'd try here. I started with a chain of 182 and re-counted each chain to make sure I had the right number. I started row 1 by chaining 2 and proceeded by following the pattern. I made sure there were no missed stitches! Here is my problem: you are supposed to end with 3 DC in the last stitch of Row 1. But, and I don't know why but I am ready to pull out my hair, each time I end up with the second DC of the "DC in the next 3 stitches". Why could this be?
  20. Does anyone have a free fleur-de-lys pattern or motif for filet crochet that they would be willing to post/share in the forums? Would love to find something relatively simple in this design that would be suitable for a beginner. Thanks very much!
  21. This is my embossed vines pattern. It's crocheted using post stitches and bobbles on a sc background, perfect for a scarf or afghan panel... This is an advanced pattern that can be crocheted using one solid color, or contrasting colors. Note: this pattern assumes that you are already familiar with color changing techniques. Pattern is available here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/embossed-vines-pattern Thanks for looking!
  22. Has anyone attempted to do the Cupcake bib that is in the Crochet Today Sept/Oct issue....I am not sure of what it is that I am doing on the frosting part...it just doesn't make sense to me...if anyone answers back to me that they have worked on this pattern then I will let you know exactly what part I need help on...it actually seems pretty simple but maybe I am just not understanding what they are saying....I will explain more in a later email if someone gets back to me.... www.crochettoday.com/cupcakebibs
  23. Hi all, This is my first pattern available on Crochetville. I hope you like it! The pattern is available for $5.5 on Crochetville, Etsy, Ravelry and Craftsy. https://forum.crochetville.com/files/file/372-%7B%3F%7D/
  24. Hi everyone— I'm new to this forum (and new to crocheting!)...I've started a new project and I am having some major difficulties understanding what the pattern wants me to do. The pattern (School Colors Blanket) is a free Red Heart project. The link is below. I get stuck in Row 3: Row 1 (right side): Dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in each ch across; turn—20 dc. Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout), dc in each st across; turn. Row 3: Ch 2, dc in each of next 6 dc, skip next 3 dc, FPdtr around the post of next 3 dc, 2 rows below, working in front of posts sts just made, FPdtr around the post of next 3 skipped dc, skip 6 sts behind post sts just made, dc in each of last 7 sts; turn I cannot for the life of me understand what I am meant to do after I complete the 6 dc. Skip three, FPdtr around the next three and then come back to the three I have skipped? If anybody could shed some light for me, I would be most appreciative! I am including a photo for reference, as well as the link to the pattern! Thanks again, Adam Pattern: http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LW3568.pdf
  25. First, I want to thank you for the amazing response I had from this Forum with my Zebra Blanket Crochet Chart pattern. I am so thankful you all loved the design so much. About a month ago, I released a new pattern into the PKC Shop. Knowing that Valentine's Day is coming up, I had to design something with that theme! Cute hearts felt perfect for this project. The Valentine Hearts Dishcloth Pattern is used with 100% cotton, in any colors you choose. I used a dark red and cream color for the photos shown in this post. There are also WRITTEN Instructions and a Crochet CHART! Therefore, you do not need to know how to crochet from a chart to complete this pattern. You can follow the Written Instructions if you prefer! There are 13 layed out pages with this pattern. Also, there is a Table of Contents that can help you find where you need to be in the pattern! Border Instructions are also included with this download. I love the border on this dishcloth because it makes this item have a vintage style (when worked in the cream main color). 9 images are placed within the pattern to help you guide you along. There is also a main section about How to Change Colors for reference for newbies. You are expected to know how to do the following when purchasing this pattern: Chain, Single Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Double Crochet, Slip Stitch. You should also be familiar with the Tapestry Crochet technique. The Quick Guide can help you along if you get stuck & I am also available during weekdays to help you out! Pictures will be attached below for your viewing pleasure. Please stop by to check out the Valentine Hearts Dishcloth Pattern in the PKC Shop! Who will you make this for on Valentine's Day? ;D Click here to visit the Valentine Hearts Dishcloth Pattern!
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