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  1. frodo60

    Pattern help :)

    Hi all, i hope everyone is well i am in need of some advice for a pattern i am doing at the moment , i got this cardigan pattern from yarnspirations and the piece of the pattern i am having troubles understanding is as follows: " Continue even in pattern until work from marked row measures 12" (30.5cm) " However.... as you can see in the photos my work is already longer than 12" from where the pattern last told me to place a marker, SO i am unsure if i have to place another marker and work another 12" or this is it? the sleeve seems to short to be finished yet so i am lost haha any advice is greatly appreciated
  2. Can someone help me find this pattern. I have looked for days and would appreciate any help. I want to make it for a Great Granddaughter that is on the way. Thanks so much- Pam Wesselink
  3. Hi everyone I am new here, my name is Ariane, I am fairly new to crochet and I am stuck on an instruction in this pattern I bought, i have tried googling it but I dont get this specific section of it answered. It says "Row 6: chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch all across, work 1 hdc in the top of the chain 2" I understand the first part but where it says "work 1 hdc in the top of chain 2" I am not sure what that means. Any assistance will be appreciated thank you
  4. Funny giraffe! It should be self. All the details on ETSY or Craftsy.
  5. I am working the Tatiana Afghan Pattern published by Herrshners and am having an issue with row 37. The instructions read as follows: Chain 3 (counts as first dc), dc in next dc, ch 1, sk 1 dc, dc in next 2 dc, ch 1, sk 1 dc, dc in next 2 dc, ch 1, *(dc in next 2 dc, ch 1, sk1 dc) twice, dc in next 2 dc, ch 1; rep from * around. So if a [ represents a dc and a _ represents a ch 1 and skipped space here is what I came up with: [[_[[_[[[[ (with a chain one space in the middle of the four dcs with no skipped stitch. Did I get this right? I am having an issue with my count being off by 5 stitches when I finish the row. I have redone this twice and am losing my mind trying to figure out what I am doing wrong. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks,
  6. Question for all of you lovely hookers that write and sell your own patterns! I just finished writing my first one and was wondering what are the steps I need to take to insure I have a good written pattern that I can sell?
  7. Hello! I need some help. I've been crocheting for some time now but I've learned by watching YouTube. I just started to try and learn how to read patterns but it's a little hard. The pattern I'm reading is in UK terms so when it says double crochet (DC) in US is single crochet (SC). I am a bit confused here so I would really love it if anyone can help explain this to me Rd 13: dc30, (dc4, dc2together) 3 times (45) Rd 14: dc Rd 15: (dc1, dc2tog) 15 times (30) Rd 16-20: dc (5 rounds) Rd 21: (dc3, dc2tog) 6 times (24) Rd 22-26: dc (5 rounds) Rd 27: (dc2, dc2tog) 6 times (18) Rd 28: dc Rd 29: (dc2tog) 9 times (9) Thank you so very much in advance. -Minka
  8. Hello everybody! I am a relatively new crocheter, been at it just a few years now. I am working on my first sweater and I am needing help understanding the sleeve workings. http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/crochet-cable-cardi I get up to row 5, just after the increase row. Am I increasing every row now? Or am I only increasing every time I'm repeating the 4th row? TIA
  9. Link to pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/freddy-puppy-the-ami The amigurumi is fast and easy to make and will make any children happy. The pattern is written in English, using American crochet terminology and includes US/UK conversion charts for both stitches and hook sizes. It is full of hints, tips and photos that help you along the way. For beginners instructions of basic crochet stitches are provided. Difficulty Level: beginner Skills required are sl st, sc and increase/decrease sts. Finished Size: if done with cotton fingering-weight yarn (4 ply) in the selected colours for all items, 3mm hook, it is 14cm (5.5”) w/o ears. This may vary depending on the yarn and hook size you decide to use. If you happen to have any questions during the execution of this pattern please feel free to contact me through this website or through the contact details included in the pattern. Thanks for looking at my pattern! Mary
  10. Many crocheters love the texture of knit items and secretly wish for the same in their craft. Ashlyn has so much drape that it feels like knit fabric but in crochet, and it's quite easy to make. You will find the free pattern here: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2016/04/ashlyn.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  11. This pattern is for a great white shark blanket, in the cocoon style, that will fit most kids. The finished size ends up being about 4 1/2 feet from the tip of the nose to the end of the tail. This project is worked mostly in single crochet, involves sewing pieces together with a whip stitch and does take some time to complete it but it is worth the effort in the end because you get a detailed, more realistic looking shark. The pattern is written in American english terms and comes with a second document that includes a photo guide. The photo guide is not a step by step photo tutorial but it does include lots of pictures that show how each piece should progress throughout the pattern, what the finished pieces look like and how they should be assembled. I suggest buying 27 oz of the grey yarn, 20 oz of the white, and a small amount of burgundy. If you have any questions about the pattern, please contact me and I will be happy to help. ​The pattern is available for purchase at: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/great-white-shark-blanket
  12. Have a look at this cute little guy. https://www.etsy.com/listing/279859224/teeny-tiny-dinosaur-crochet-pattern?ref=shop_home_active_1
  13. I'm making these for our new nursery - so cute! https://www.etsy.com/listing/292086745/cheeky-monkey-curtain-tie-back-crochet?ref=shop_home_active_2
  14. This step just does not make sense in my brain, please help. Am i supposed to slip stitch, chain 1 and single crochet in the next 2 double crochets? or is that in the space between the 3-double crochet groups? All the commas and [] make it really confusing and i don't know what parts relate to eachother Round 3: Slip st in next 2 dc, (slip st, ch 1, sc) in next space between 3-dc groups, [*ch 2, sc in next space between 3-dc groups; repeat from * to next ch-3 space, ch 2, (sc, ch 3, sc) in ch-3 space] twice, ch 2; join with slip st in first sc—50 (54, 58) sc, 48 (52, 56) ch-2 spaces, 2 ch-3 spaces. Link to entire pattern as well http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LW4967.pdf
  15. I'm making my first jumper and am a bit lost. Starting on the back piece I have worked the square but starting up the shoulders has confused me. Pattern says: Now work piece back and forth and dec for neck in the middle of the first side of square. Cut the yarn and skip the middle 6-6-8-8-10-10 repetitions (= neck) on the first side of square, continue A.3 with inc in the corners until row has been worked, do not work over the 6-6-8-8-10-10 repetitions skipped at beg of row. Fasten off, piece measures 25-27-29-31-35-38 cm / 9 3/4"-10½"-11½"-12 1/4"-13 3/4"-15" from middle (50-54-58-62-70-76 cm / 19 3/4"-21 1/4"-22 3/4"-24½"-27½"-30" in total), there are approx. 7-8-8-9-10-11 repetitions on each shoulder, and approx. 20-22-24-26-30-32 repetitions along each of the other 3 sides. Insert 1 marker in each side, 16-17-18-19-20-21 cm / 6¼''-6¾''-7''-7½''-8''-8¼'' down from shoulder, this shows where sleeve is sewn in. Am I just working the shoulder section or work all around the square again? Where am I increasing stitches - around the neck or end of the shoulder? http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/170-2-janis OR http://www.garnstudio.com/pattern.php?id=7411&cid=17 Would really appreciate some help.
  16. link to pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/patty-pig-the-ami The amigurumi is fast and easy to make and will make any children happy. The pattern is written in English, using American crochet terminology and includes US/UK conversion charts for both stitches and hook sizes. It is full of hints, tips and photos that help you along the way. For beginners instructions of basic crochet stitches are provided. Difficulty Level: advanced beginner Skills required are sl st, sc, hdc, dc, increase/decrease sts, sewing multiple pieces together. Patty’s bag is enhanced with embroidered French knots on the top (photo tutorial provided in the pattern). Patty and her accessories are crocheted in all their parts as a safety feature for young children. Feel free to do otherwise if this is for an older child if you wish. Finished Size: if done with cotton fine-weight yarn (sport/5ply) in the selected colours for all items, 3mm hook, it is 20cm (7.8”) tall in standing position w/o ears. This may vary depending on the yarn and hook size you decide to use. If you happen to have any questions during the execution of this pattern please feel free to contact me through this website or through the contact details included in the pattern. Thanks for looking at my pattern! Mary Special Thanks to Tanya Naser from HodgePodgeCrochet who kindly agreed on including her beautiful eyes’ pattern with my ami.
  17. link to pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/caesar-baby-penguin-the-ami The amigurumi is fast and easy to make and will make any children happy. The pattern is written in English, using American crochet terminology and includes US/UK conversion charts for both stitches and hook sizes. It is full of hints, tips and photos that help you along the way. For beginners instructions of basic crochet stitches are provided. Difficulty Level: advanced beginner Skills required are sl st, sc, increase/decrease sts and sewing multiple pieces. Finished Size: if done with cotton fingering-weight yarn (4 ply) in the selected colours for all items, 3mm hook, it is 15cm (5.9”). This may vary depending on the yarn and hook size you decide to use. If you happen to have any questions during the execution of this pattern please feel free to contact me through this website or through the contact details included in the pattern. Thanks for looking at my pattern! Mary
  18. PDDesigns Crochet will be closing our Etsy shop on Saturday March 5th. The entire etsy site, Crochet Patterns and Crocheted items are 75% off until 03/05. Coupon code: CLOSING www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsCrochet
  19. I have a paid pattern. I am trying to get to work out, I don't understand step 4 of the Pedals Of Passion Pattern. Does anyone have this pattern that would be able to assist me ?
  20. Hi! I'm been hunting for a free West Highland White Terrier pattern and can't seem to find one anywhere. Does anybody happen to know of any? Thank you
  21. Can anyone help me identify this stitch, if you know the border that would be a plus.
  22. link to pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/girl-and-boy-bunnies-the-amis These amigurumis are fast and easy to make and they will make any children happy. The pattern is written in English, using American crochet terminology and includes US/UK conversion charts for both stitches and hook sizes. It is full of hints, tips and photos that help you along the way and make it suitable for beginner crocheters. Basic crochet knowledge is needed, as well as familiarity with changing colours. For beginners instructions of basic crochet stitches are provided. Finished size: If done with cotton medium-weight yarn, 3mm hook, it is 10cm (3.9”) tall in a seated position. This may vary depending on the yarn and hook size you decide to use. If you happen to have any questions during the execution of this pattern please feel free to contact me through this website or through the contact details included in the pattern. Thanks for looking at my pattern! Mary
  23. Hello! The pattern is called "Canyon Sunrise Cowl" Designed by Claire Martin and can be found on http://horizontaldesigns.blogspot.com/2013/10/free-crochet-pattern-ocean-sunrise-one.html#more. I hope this the right way to post a pattern reference, her blog has this at the bottom, "You may link to it or re-blog it in it's entirety", so hopefully it's ok. Rounds 1 and 2 have 75 stitches, then round 3 ends up with only 40. Some words seem to be missing from the end of the sentence for round 3. What do you think should be after "working in the (40)"? Working in the...? -Round 3: Ch 2 - 2 dc - complete mini-popcorn stitch, ch 1, then mini-popcorn st around, always with a ch 1 in between each, working in the (40) Also, round 4 doesn't say how many stitches i should end up with. Anyone know? This is such a cute cowl pattern, I hope someone has made it, or can interpret for me. Thank you!
  24. I made a little heart so I could add it to any of my amigurumi and make the perfect gift for Saint Valentine’s Day. It can be used also for bags or key chains, I’m sure you will find a way to use it! Free Pattern at this link
  25. The amigurumi is fast and easy to make and will make any children happy. Link to pattern: https://www.etsy.com/listing/262081444/tino-bear-the-ami-amigurumi-crochet The pattern is written in English, using American crochet terminology and includes US/UK conversion charts for both stitches and hook sizes. It is full of hints, tips and photos that help you along the way. For beginners instructions of basic crochet stitches are provided. Difficulty Level: beginner Skills required are sl st, sc and increase/decrease sts. Finished Size: if done with cotton fingering-weight yarn (4 ply) in the selected colours for all items, 3mm hook, it is 14cm (5.5”) w/o ears. This may vary depending on the yarn and hook size you decide to use. If you happen to have any questions during the execution of this pattern please feel free to contact me through this website or through the contact details included in the pattern. Thanks for looking at my pattern! Mary
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