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  1. My 12 yr old was looking at my FB pages concerning crochet and was appalled to see a bunch of women downgrading the circular knitting machines as being "useless" (we have the Addi kitting express and several other less expensive machines). She decided to prove those people wrong. Attached please see a blanket made with 10 tubes which are 83 rounds in length on the addi. I slip stitched the ends of the tubes, single crocheted down each tube and the joined the tubes with a slip stitch. The enitre blanket has 1 single crochet around it, a row of double crochet, then about 10 rows of alternating front post stitch and back post stitch. The border helped to give the blanket some weight and kept the tubes from stretching (knitting being much more stretchy than crochet). I told her I'd be posting this as being a "joint project" with my 12 yr old daughter being the main contribution. This blanket is very soft and warm (thanks to the tubes providing a double knit). Thanks for looking ladies and gents and have a fabulous day.
  2. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Newborn sized dress done in snowflake motifs, and crochet thread (but don't let that scare you away! The stitching is simple, with sc, hdc, dc, htrc, and maybe a few trc). The dress was originally designed with Disney's Queen Elsa in mind (from the movie Frozen). Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): Written pattern, with lots of pictures. Pattern Photo (optional): Can be seen on my facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/FamilyBugs/photos/a.165008696925751.38068.149171735176114/619073261519290/?type=1&theater) Skill Level: Not quite beginner, but not intermediate either. Uses basic crochet stitches, but with a tiny hook and thread...let's go with easy. Yarn/Material/Tools Required (specify which will supplied by designer and which by tester): I will provide the pattern (of course), and the tester must supply crochet thread size 10 (in two colors, I have done mine in blue and white), crochet hook size 0, satin ribbon is optional, and seed beads are optional. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 2 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 1 month Deadline: May 10th Tester Experience (do you want testers to have prior experience, submit references, etc.): No previous testing experience is needed. Tester Responsibilities (what exactly do you want testers to do and what information do you want them to supply to you): Double check my counting. Make sure I use the same abbreviations throughout the pattern. Make sure that we are getting the same finished measurements. So that it will fit a newborn, and not a 6-mo-old. All of the steps and instructions make sense and can be followed. Any other opinions about the pattern itself (maybe you have an idea that might work better than what I have written out). Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.): Able to download and read pdfs. Compensation Please specify what compensation you are offering to pattern testers (none, free copy of final pattern, monetary fee, etc.). Free copy of final pattern, and first opportunity to test any future dresses that I will design.
  3. Here is a free crochet pattern for this summer inspired coasters. I really hope you will like them. https://jevrosimadesign.wordpress.com/2016/06/09/summer-mandala-coaster-crochet-pattern/
  4. Finished this yesterday... All the info is on my blog HERE.
  5. This is one of my free patterns. Enjoy! http://www.craftsy.com/patterns?patternSearchText=how%20you%20like%20it%20shawl&sortBy=relevance Click on the link above. When you get to the Craftsy website, click on the picture and you will be directed to the download page.
  6. Here is one of my patterns on the Craftsy web site. http://www.craftsy.com/patterns?patternSearchText=sea%20shells%20shawl&sortBy=relevance Click on the Craftsy link above. Then click on the picture on Craftsy to access the pattern page. Thank you for visiting.
  7. Hi Everyone! We are having tremendous amounts of fun making all these beautiful cowls we have made lately. This one is a very easy, textured one for those of you who love blue. Enjoy! http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/03/tory.html#.VRunh_zF-So Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  8. Hi Everyone! I'd like to share this new cowl with all of you who love this type of pretty and cozy neckwear. Abrianna is super simple, it doesn't take a full skein of yarn, and works up like a dream in no time flat. I made mine in two sittings because I was pressed for time, but if you are a seasoned crocheter, you can make it with your eyes closed in just one sitting, if you have the time. It is a great project for charity. It is even ideal for last minute gifts! You will find the free pattern here: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2014/12/abrianna.html Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  9. I think this yarn has been discontinued. Does anybody have three balls of it lying around that they'd like to sell? I have a thing for red, white and blue, and I want it to make a nautical striped tote bag. I'd be soooooo grateful!
  10. 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.
  11. I'm just in the mood to go to the beach, but there's no time for a vacation right now. So here is the result of my sandy obsession. I used hemp jewelry cord to crochet the bottom of the bag. I started with a basic single crochet rectangle, then love knot stitch in the round till that section was about 3 inches tall. Then broomstick lace in cotton yarn in the round (this was wonky to do, but I like the way it came out.) The top is a thicker novelty yarn, which I found at hobby lobby. I think it was yarn bee "mimic" but I'm not certain. I dare not show you the lining. I can crochet anything, but I'm a complete failure at needle and thread. I used a combination of canvas and out door fabric samples to make a really sturdy lining. The handles were purchased years ago... no idea where. It's fun to carry! Wish I could have documented it better while I was making it. I don't think I'll ever get this one into a pattern worthy of sharing.
  12. Just finished a baby blanket for a co-worker who is expecting her first baby. I got the patterns from Leisure Arts "Make One for Baby" and I used Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly yarn. I did not care for the picot border so for the last row I did sc in one st, hdc in one st, 3 dc in one stitch, hdc in one st and repeated that all the way around.
  13. This is an effective, feminine and easy scarflet. It is great for a quick gift or for a charity project. If you have a long list and are running out of time, this is a great one to make! You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2012/12/marylee.html# Enjoy! Clotilde
  14. These Slouchy Arm Warmers offer you classic style and sophistication year after year! This design is also perfect for teens because it leaves fingers free for doing things they love best like text messaging, gaming and eating! Give her a gift that she’ll love and use all the time. These arm warmers have ribbed edging on both sides and the slouchy design adds a casual essence. A fun and easy crochet pattern! Finished product measures about 14 inches long x 3¾ inches wide. One size fits most (comparable to an adult size S/M). Your PDF crochet pattern with complete step-by-step instructions and pictures (with U.S. crochet terms) will be available for download in your ‘Made With Love by Jackie Moon’ account upon receipt of payment (which is usually instantly). Peace, Love and Happy Crafting!
  15. [attach]38956[/attach] Made for a dfriend's mom, who is ill. Yarn is Wendy's Rembrandt. I've had it for a long time. I don't really like working with it - but it worked for this shawl.
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