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  1. I loved this scarf the first time I saw the picture and wanted one for myself. Of course as soon my grandkids saw the picture they wanted it too. So here is a picture of the grandkids' scarves, mine is not in the picture but is the same colors as the one on the left. The pattern is Dragon Neckwarmer and is in the book Crochet Ever After by Brenda Anderson. The pattern used wool but my granddaughter is allergic to wool so I used Schachenmayr Catania cotton size 2 yarn.
  2. Thank you very much, Darski, for allowing me to be part of Crochetville. I like the name and the way the site is set up. I am a by-the-book gal and appreciate the order and structure plus the effort which has gone into your site. I am happy to meet everyone and the other members who are presently joining. I apologize but my uploads failed because they are too large with the full pattern.
  3. Hi All, I am very new to crochet and have trouble sometimes with the terminology. I hope to learn from you all so I can create a baby blanket for my new grand daughter and clothing. Thank you for starting this group to help people like me.
  4. I am anxiously waiting for retirement so all I have to do is crochet and do crafting. I am gathering patterns and organizing my craft room. I have eight grandchildren that are pitter-pattering into their teens and have less to do with Nana than before so I have even more time on my hands... !!! I look forward to access to great free patterns from this great group.
  5. Here is a variation of the chain stitch I came up with for a scarf. Here is my Spike Chain Stitch Scarf pattern and a few pictures of some scarves I crocheted using this stitch pattern.
  6. Hi there fellow crocheters! My name is Shelly and I've been crocheting for 2 years. I used to be a quilter and quilt designer for about 5 years but a change in life and such caused me to change hobbies. I love crochet more than quilting because whipping up an afghan takes a fraction of the time and materials. Plus, if I make a mistake, I can just unravel it and do it over! No materials lost! (99% of the time) I started a blog in 2011 to post photos of things I make, sort of an online public diary to watch how I grow with crochet. I post a lot of photos of my projects mainly because I, myself, love to look at photos of crochet. I mostly love to make afghan throws, a.k.a Lapghans. And my utmost favorite yarn currently is Bernat Satin. I used to love Caron Simply Soft but I have found that you pretty much get what you pay for. Thin, easily unraveled skein of yarn that almost always has a giant knotted mess inside. My blog is http://missedstitches.blogspot.com. I don't sell anything on it, so it's not advertising. I chose the name Missed Stitches because that's pretty much me in crochet! I always miss a stitch or three somewhere along the way. =) Currently, I'm making afghans for Xmas presents. Thought I'd get a headstart so that I'm not rushing at the last minute and making too many mistakes! Please share your photos/blogs with me! I love to browse crochet by others!
  7. A free pattern for a comfy scarf. http://bynumber19.com/2013/03/02/garnet-crochet-scarf/
  8. Hello everyone! So I just started an Etsy account for my crocheted items, and I just wanted to share my online site with others who are interested! I make scarves, hats, and have recently ventured into blankets! Thanks for your time! www.etsy.com/shop/ScarvesByJoyce
  9. Here are some of the scarves that I've been selling online at etsy.com/shop/ScarvesByJoyce! Most of them are about 6 feet long, all with fringed ends! I've also been working on hats and blankets that I haven't had the chance to take pictures of. Thanks for taking a look!
  10. Hello from Northern Virginia! I've enjoyed making handmade crochet scarves for years, and I've now expanded my interest into blankets, hats, and various other items! I've recently ventured into making my scarves public. Check them out, if you're interested. www.etsy.com/shop/ScarvesByJoyce
  11. brielle1 Hi Everyone! If you love simple but pretty keyhole scarves in neutral tones that go with just about anything you might want to wear, I've got a lovely freeby for you! You will find Brielle here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2013/02/brielle.html Enjoy! http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/ https://www.facebook.com/craftybegonia https://twitter.com/craftybegonia http://pinterest.com/craftybegonia/
  12. heres some things I have gotten ready so far for the first of the month donation to the local homeless shelter. There are a few more, but these were handy, ha ha. Sorry for the red, my camera doesn't like red, or purple much these days!
  13. http://www.ravelry.com/stores/beverly-a-qualheim-designs They all make great Christmas gifts and such!
  14. A soft spring scarf made with mohair yarn. http://bynumber19.com/2012/04/05/rosebud-scarf-free-crochet-pattern/ :http://www.crochetville.org/forum/images/smilies/pinterest.pnghttp://www.crochetville.org/forum/images/smilies/facebook.jpgfacebook
  15. I dont know if anyone has heard about this, but i think its a good cause and just wanted to spread the word. The special olympics is looking for crafty people to make scarves for the special olympics next year. They only want you to use two specific colors, and the specific yarn is Red Heart, and they want the scarf to fit certain measurements, but other than that, they want people to be creative with the designs. My mom and i are making some for Michigan. The websife for the cause is scarvesforspecialolympics.org. you can find all the information about how many each state needs and where to send them. Also the exact measurements for the scarves. Anyways just thought i'd tell everyone about it incase you're interested!!
  16. Easy V’s Scarf By Ann Kizis size: approx 5” x 72” Materials: approx 4 oz ww yarn (Caron Simply Soft orchid was used in the picture) size H crochet hook tapestry needle for weaving in ends Note: ch3 and ch1 will count as first stitch through out pattern Stitch Guide: Sc-single crochet dc-double crochet ch-chain hk-hook sk-skip V- (dc, ch1, dc) Instructions: CH 201 Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hk and in ea ch across to end. Ch3, turn. (200 sc) Row 2: sk 1sc, V in next, (sk 1, V) across to end, dc in last sc. CH 3, turn. (200 dc) Row 3-7: V in ea ch 1 space across, dc in last dc. Ch 3, turn. (99 V’s, 2 dc) Row 8: V in ea ch 1 space across, dc in last dc. Ch 1, turn. (99 V’s, 2 dc) Row 9: Sc in ea dc across, FO, Weave in ends. (200 sc) Add Fringe if desired and enjoy your scarf! ©2011 Ann Kizis. While I am sure there are many V-stitch patterns out there, this pattern came totally from my own head. I am posting this because I know that we have a lot of new crocheters that might like an easy pattern. Please do not sell or distribute this pattern. Instead, please just post a link here. I don’t mind you using the items you make, but please give me credit as the pattern designer. This pattern has not been tested. If you find a mistake please contact me at akizis@yahoo.com Also, you might think about donating one to charity J Thank you!
  17. Here are links to 4 patterns 4 you, from Designs by KN! Cross-Stitch Headband Easy-Crochet Shawl Half-and-Half Tabard Fiesta Scarf
  18. well now that i have laptop access again i can show off my work...been making a lot of scarves and hats...I've been using the simple stitches pattern worked lengthwise a lot. Well except the last one which is the Surreybelle scarf
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