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  1. I call it the Chase your blues away sweater because that is exactly what it does for me:) ETSY shop downloadable ad free pdf: https://www.etsy.com/in-en/listing/1147911178/crochet-sweater-pattern-for-women Ravelry shop :https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/chase-your-blues-away-sweater
  2. Cute Flutter design cardigan at Annie's. https://www.anniescatalog.com/detail.html?prod_id=163244&cat_id=2533
  3. Crochet an Air Force uniform sweater for the little pilot in your family. This sweater makes a great shower gift, photography prop or baby's first Halloween costume. Pattern also includes a corresponding baby rattle pattern shaped like a canteen. Instructions include sizes Newborn-3 months, 6-9 months, and 9-12 months. Skill level: Intermediate Materials you will need: Sport weight/baby weight yarn Size F and G crochet hooks Yarn needle Fiberfil Zipper and hook-and-loop tape Rattle insert https://www.etsy.com/MyFingersFly/listing/490569688/crochet-baby-sweater-pattern-air-force?utm_source=Copy&utm_medium=ListingManager&utm_campaign=Share&utm_term=so.lmsm&share_time=1626381231737
  4. i’m crocheting a cardigan and realised i made my front panels too big. can i fold them in and slip stitch them to be secured or should i just start again?
  5. Wanted to share this cocoon shrug with you guys I love the way it turned out 😁 ETSY shop downloadable written ad free pdf- https://www.etsy.com/listing/917395116/crochet-pattern-cocoon-shrug-easy-womens?ref=shop_home_active_1 YouTube tutorial- https://youtu.be/5CfGWIdBOIw
  6. For 4yo gs. Still needs buttons
  7. Youngest gs cardigan to wear with his bear hat.
  8. https://bluestarcrochet.com/open-front-crochet-cardigan/ Free open front cardigan pattern in sizes XS-5XL
  9. Hello I am crocheting a cardigan, the pattern of which is found in the link below: https://www.ilikecrochet.com/magazine/crochet-sweater-patterns/amethyst-lace-cardigan/ My question pertains to Row 2 of Shell Lace of Special Stitches, the last part - "3 dc in third ch of beg ch". Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), 2 dc in hdc, *(sc, ch 3, sc) in ch-2 sp, Sh in ch-3 sp; rep from * to last ch-2 sp, (sc, ch 3, sc) in ch-2 sp, 3 dc in third ch of beg ch, turn. I am not understanding what/where the third chain of beginning chain is located. It would be great if anyone can help me with this. Thanks in advance! Tania
  10. I have held onto this pattern for a LONG time. After several years- I finally felt confident enough to tackle it. But... I've been stumped on this part for awhile. I thought it may have been a mistake. I have never seen armhole shaping worked into the back by leaving stitches unworked on BOTH sides of the row. This one is written as follows for the back piece: "For the armhole shaping leave 4 sts each side unworked, then leave sts unworked every row as foll: 2 sts 3 times = 61 sts. Work even until piece measures 27"/69 cm from beg. For the shoulder shaping leave sts unworked each side 8 sts 2 times. When piece measures 27 1/2"/70 cm from beg, for the neck shaping leave the center 29 sts unworked and work both sides at once." Full Pattern: https://knitted-patterns.com/knitting-for-women/crochet/jackets/3695-crocheted-jacket-with-lapel How do you you leave stitches unworked on BOTH sides of the row? I know how to leave "remaining" stitches unworked or to work decreases at the beginning & end of the row, but not this. The only way I could think it's possible is to start new yarn for each row, but that would be ridiculous, right? If you know something I don't- any help/advice would be appreciated. (Just an added note: I haven't got there yet, but I also noticed it states to work both sides at once for the shoulders after leaving 29 stitches unworked in the middle. I'm not sure how you would do that either. I'm used to working one side and then reattaching yarn to work the other side.) Thank you in advanced to anyone with ideas! Take Care, AmyNoelle
  11. Hello, I'm working on Yarnspiration's Caron Adult's Crochet V-Neck Cardigan. This is all it says for attaching the sleeves: "Sew in sleeves, placing rows above markers along unworked sts of Front and Back to form square armholes. Sew side and sleeve seams." I can't figure out what that means - "placing rows above markers along unworked sts". Also, the top edge of the sleeves aren't as large as the armhole area, so I guess I have to stretch to make it fit. I'm not quite sure how to work around the corners. 🤔 I'm so happy with how this is turning out, and I could sure use some help in finishing up. Thank you in advance!! Linda
  12. Hi, I'm quite new to crochet and I've been stumped by the first step in this pattern:ch 19, 20, 22, 24, 26, 29, 32, hdc in 2nd ch from hook, and across (18, 19, 21, 23, 25, 28, 31 total sts)I just don't know what the list of numbers mean, what do you do after you've made a chain of 19?
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