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  1. HI, I am a reasonably new crocheter...maybe a year and a half. I have done one of those Mandala things to learn different stitches and it has been really helpful. I decided to try a c2c for the first time. Just making a small baby blanket with a simple cute animal on it. It only has 4 colors. I am getting the idea pretty well, definitely making some mistakes (good thing this one is just practice). The thing I am confused about is the bobbins and keeping threads straight. I am not sure I understand how the bobbins are supposed to work. I started with basically 2 for each color (one for each side of the project where that color shows up). But, some places I only need like 2 squares of a certain color and it is too far to carry the thread so I end up either cutting the bobbin off and moving it, or starting a new 'mini' bobbin. I thought the idea of bobbins was so you don't have a billion ends to tie in...but I still have tons already and my number of bobbins is growing. Or is the idea of them to help keep the ends to a minimum but you still will end up with a lot of ends and extra bobbins. Because like I said, mine is very elementary 4 color design and keeping it straight is crazy so I don't know how people do really intricate ones. Any advice, tips, or explanation would really help. Thanks.
  2. Itchycrochet

    Stephanie Sweater

    https://itchycrochet.wordpress.com/2017/03/27/emma-waterfall-cardigan-2/ A versatile item which looks good on all shapes and sizes with all styles of clothes, slash necked and pointed sleeved this sweater is ideal for spring mornings and summer evenings. The corner to corner design and chunky yarn makes this a super speedy project. Ice yarns Maya Alpaca XS – S 1000m M – L 1200m 1XL – 2XL 1350m 3XL – 4XL 1550m 6mm hook Darning needle 3 Clusters x 4 rows = 4 inches The model in jeans is an XS – S The Model in the dress is an XL – 2XL Both models are roughly 5 ft 2” All sizes correspond to The Craft Yarn Councils standard ttp://www.craftyarncouncil.com/womansize.html **The pattern is available in US and UK terms** All of my patterns will be available as an instant download, after payment is cleared. So no more waiting for an E-mail or *gasp* the post man. You will need Adobe to read this PDF pattern. The program can be downloaded for free at http://www.adobe.com. After payment you will be given the choice of two files to download one for UK terms and one for US terms, you will also be sent a email with download links for safe keeping. Please feel free to contact me with any queries or comments.
  3. SenoraG

    Happy Triceratops

    Here is a cute little guy that I made as a test crochet. I love the c2c graphs, they go so much faster. Pattern is available at c2cgraphs.com
  4. frodo60

    Graphgan troubles :(

    Hi everyone, i really need some advice, i have been practicing graphgans for a while now and i just cant seem to follow my pattern correctly, something somewhere just doesent add up and my picture looks backwards or something , when i am trying to do a graph pattern in the c2c stitch i am fine until i get to the maintenance rows and them i mess my colors up, i have no idea what i am doing wrong, does this happen to anyone else? any advice will be greatly appreciated thanks
  5. redheartyarns

    5 New Free Throw Patterns

    We have five new free crochet patterns on our website! Click on the title of each throw to be taken to the page to download it. No sign-up required. Butterfly Throw Comforts of Home Throw Stitch a Hug Cozy Throw Corner-to-Corner Restful Throw Classic Corner-to-Corner Throw
  6. Do you like to crochet graphgans? There are so many great patterns out there for graphgans, you just need to figure out how to get started, and its easy as pie : ) This pattern is for corner to corner, which I think gives a really great result. A pattern in diagram form is here: Corner to corner diagram And an explanation of the slightly challenging diagram here: Corner to corner instruction video Hope you enjoy : )
  7. lynnf2012

    Another baby afghan

    Yet another baby afghan. This one is for a boy. There is a wave of fertility in our department. This is a corner-to-corner pattern (my first) called Spring into Summer by Felted Button. Yarn is Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable in Dragonfly.
  8. shuttlebuggy

    Finished my first C2C!

    Done with my first C2C ghan - full/queen sized. Loved doing the pattern and have started a baby one already! Used Caron Ocean and White One Pound yarn for this one.
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