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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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?
  5. I am pregnant with my first child and I have been killing time by crocheting and knitting for him. I thought waiting to get the positive test was hard - waiting 40 weeks is unbearable! I can't wait to put him in this little sweater < 3
  6. Emma Waterfall Cardigan £6 https://itchycrochet.wordpress.com/2016/09/14/emma-waterfall-cardigan/ This pattern is available in US and UK terms This cosy cardigan is constructed in panels with shaped sleeves and seamed along the shoulders. sides, and under arms. Though relativley simple in design this pattern containes deatailed seaming instructions with hints and tips to help the construction process go seamlessly. Available in three forgiving sizes XS – M, L – 2XL, and 3 XL – 5 XL. DK Mohair yarn Yarn requirements by size, Sizes correspond to Craft Yarn Council sizes XS – M 1200m L – XL1500m 3XL – 5XL 1800m 6m hook darning needle 4 inches 12st X 10 rows INC= Increases DEC= Decreases 3 SC/DC together FSC/FDC= Foundation stitches The model in jeans is 5ft 2″ and a size S – M The model in teh skirt is 5ft 2″ and a size L – 2XL **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.
  7. I have been searching everywhere for a basic sc (Dc uk terms) baby cardigan so I can play around with it and try different stitches. The way my little brain works is, if I have a basic pattern to follow I can the dream of different designs and other ways of doing it. But without a basic pattern my brain won't function lol. I really hope someone out there has a basic pattern. If this is posted in the wrong section, please forgive me, I'm new. Thank you all for reading and helping. ????
  8. Thankyou so much everyone for the lovely comments on my first pattern share, Easter Egg Mandalas for bunting I thought I would share this freeform cardigan today, I love freeform crochet as you can just go where the creative vibe takes you Start with a mandala and just go from there! How I made mine is on my blog here: http://setfreemygypsysoul.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/free-freeform-crochet-pattern-sugar-skull-cardigan-tutorial.html
  9. I am designing a hoodie and am indecisive of sizes, in a previous womans pattern I used XS - 5XL but in a mens pattern I only used S - 2XL, what would you do?
  10. Very cute mesh crochet cardigan, designed using worsted weight yarn , easy enough to make. With no shaping in body, only at the sleeves. Very versatile piece to wear! Designed for sizes XS to 2XL. Pattern is available as instant PDF download at: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/so-cute-filet-mesh-crochet-cardigan http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/clothing/so-cute-filet-mesh-crochet-cardigan/129897 https://www.etsy.com/listing/220099031/so-cute-filet-mesh-crochet-cardigan
  11. My latest design for summer, Geometric Open Lace Crochet Shrug, designed using cotton blend yarn, sport weight, using crochet hook G (4.25 mm). Written for multiple sizes, with adjustable length. Easy and quick to make! pattern is available at : http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/clothing/geometric-open-lace-crochet-shrug/151651 http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/geometric-open-lace-crochet-shrug
  12. I'm crocheting a cardigan and I dont quite understand a part of the pattern. I crocheted the back, and the next part says, "work as for back - 9 (11, 13) ch-1 sp". I understand that the parentheses are for different sizes, but the rest confuses me. I can post more pattern of needed. Any one help?
  13. Hello, I'm having trouble with a pattern for a cardigan that I'm making for my Mum. It says to start at the bottom with 297 stitches and a 4mm hook and later changing to a 3.5mm hook. I did the tension square and worked out that I need a 3mm hook to get the right tension but when I finished the 16" I need before I start on the armholes (which took over a week) I realised the edges weren't straight and when I lie it out on the floor it curves where the foundation chain is tight but my tension has loosened throughout the rows. I can't really go down any more on the hooks as it's worsted weight wool and a 2.5mm catches the wool too much plus I'm getting cramp in my hands from trying to get a tight stitch. Does anyone know how I can get the right tension throughout, I don't really want to undo it all but I'm starting to think I'm going to have to Thanks!!
  14. So I'm making this little sweater, fallowing the 18mo size in the pattern. I've got all the pieces crocheted for it. But now I'm confused about how I'm suppose to attach them all together, especially the hood piece. Here's what the pattern says; "Fold Hood in half along back seam edge and sew center back seam. Pin shaped edge of Hood to neck opening, beg at center of button or buttonhole bands and matching back seam of Hood to center back neck edge. Sew in Sleeves placing rows above markers along armhole edges of Fronts and Back to form square armholes. Sew side and sleeve seams. Sew buttons to correspond to buttonholes." I'm so confused! Why am i supposed to fold the hood, if I do then it doesn't fit to the back piece evenly. If someone could please explain how to do this in greater detail, that would be awesome! Here's the link to the full pattern: http://www.favecrafts.com/Crochet-for-Kids/Adorable-Toddler-Crochet-Pattern-from-Bernat/ml/1 Edit: Adding photos, hopefully they'll help other people understand this better then I do!
  15. The Pietra Shrug, my newest free pattern is up on my blog, Wolf Crochet here. This design is worked as a simple rectangle. The sides are then seamed to create armholes. The border and cuffs are worked in the round. Don't be afraid to try this. The "vines" are simply slip stitch rows. On the next row, the slip stitch row is pushed to the right side of the fabric by working into a loop behind the row. Very easy. The rest is all single crochet and double crochet.
  16. Ch 120-132-144-156-168-180 (includes 8 ch to turn with) on hook size 3.5 mm/E/4 with blue. Work 1 dc in the 9th ch from hook, * ch 2, skip ch 2, 1 dc in next ch *, repeat from *-* = 39-43-47-51-55-59 dc. Continue to work diagram M.1 (1st row is now done, beg on 2nd row) = 19-21-23-25-27-29 repetitions. When piece measures 10 and 20 cm / 4" and 8" - Read MEASURING TIP, dec ½ repetition in each side – read DECREASE TIP and see diagram X.2 = 17-19-21-23-25-27 repetitions. When piece measures 35-36-37-38-39-40 cm / 13¾''-14¼''-14½''-15''-15¼''-15¾'', dec for armholes in each side on every row as follows: 1 repetition 1-1-2-2-2-2 times, then ½ repetitions 0-2-2-2-4-4 times = 15-15-15-17-17-19 repetitions. When piece measures 52-54-56-58-60-62 cm / 20½''-21¼''-22''-22¾''-23 5/8''-24 3/8'', work 1 row only over the outermost 6-6-6-6-6-7 repetitions in each side (do not work over the middle 3-3-3-5-5-5 repetitions = neck line). Work 1 more row, cut and fasten the thread, the piece measures approx. 54-56-58-60-62-64 cm / 21¼''-22''-22¾''-23 5/8''-24 3/8''-25¼''. Ok please help me:(((( I've been trying to figure out this stupid thing for a month now I now admit I need help lol
  17. Can anyone recommend a fast pattern for a long sleeve cardigant or bolero for a toddler/small child? But not a shrug, it needs to have some kind of front to it. I needed sizes 2T-3T I need a fairly quick pattern - not all sc! If I end up making these, I'll need to finish 5 sweaters in less than 3 weeks. I really thought we'd easily find what we need once the fall clothes hit the stores! Now we have less than three weeks to my sister's wedding and flower girls have sleeveless dresses for the outdoor ceremony! Panic anyone?? LOL I don't care if the pattern is free or paid. Thanks!
  18. Hi - I am new here so hopefully I have posted in the right section. I have found a beautiful crochet pattern onlnine, however it is in Russian. Just wondering if anyone knows if there is an English translation available, or whether anyone who speaks Russian could translate. The pattern is here: http://www.1001uzor.com/crochet/youth/sweater02_06.html Thanks DIane
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