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  1. I just released my latest crochet pattern and it's pretty cute! Get it on sale for 2.99 until 1/29/14 http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/aislinn-celtic-dream-bonnet
  2. I found this stitch while browsing for new patterns and I could not find anymore information on it or where it came from. This unique flower pattern in particular is so adorable and delicate, compared to others I have seen. I would really like to replicate this stitch but I am not sure how to do it. Can anyone help me?
  3. I wrote a new blog post about a common problem that many crocheters have. You are in the yarn store and see so many goodies, including regular yarn and novelty yarns. You find the most beautiful colorful, fun, crazy looking novelty yarn and purchase it. When you get home, you realize there is no crochet hook recommendation and you immediately think "How am I going to crochet this?" For those of you who have experienced this problem, I wrote a tutorial blog post for you. In my post, How to Crochet Novelty Yarns with the Alternate Double Crochet Stitch, you can learn how to crochet any yarn mush faster and less painfully. Hope you check out my new post, feel free to comment with your discussion!
  4. Hello, I found this via pinterest but I have no idea if there is a pattern, can anyone point me in the right direction? TIA http://www.duitang.com/people/mblog/11584678/detail/
  5. Cold Comfort Farm was on the background while I worked today, and I found myself distracted by the cream-colored slouchy hat Flora wears early in the film. I've been able to find a couple of patterns, but they don't replicate the stitch pattern, which is what I'm really interested in. This is the best image of the stitch pattern that I've been able to get - I feel like this is crochet, but I can't really explain why. A slip-stitch pattern, perhaps? Showing the "back" side of a back-loop only worked single crochet? Or a Tunisian crochet stitch? Cold Comfort Farm by mk.carroll, on Flickr
  6. I am doing rows that call for large shell in the sc, and in middle of shell a sc, I do that in a few rows. Anyway, i have noticed that sometimes one isn't puffy. When I look at it I can't figure out what I am doing wrong or is it normal? TYVMIA Jeannie
  7. I did a review of Robyn Chachula’s cool new stitch dictionary, “Crochet Stitches Visual Encyclopedia” on my blog. The book is really full of awesome. The publisher has agreed to let me give one copy away to some lucky crocheter! To participate, leave a comment on this post on my blog by midnight, EST. on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 telling me how you’ve used stitch dictionaries in the past or, if you’ve never owned one, how you might use one in the future. You can also leave a comment on my Facebook page or tweet about the giveaway (be sure to include @NexStitch in your tweet). Who doesn’t love free stuff? ETA: Make sure you comment on the blog post…ON THE BLOG or tweet or FB for a chance to win. Comments made here won’t count!
  8. Sorry but I dont have the pattern written up yet I hope you enjoy the video
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