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  1. 30+ Free crochet patterns Stay home Stay safe 🙏🙏🙏 blanket afghan scarf jacket hat stitch Free patterns here : free patterns pdf
  2. Making flower dishcloths just wanted a smaller project. Pattern by Doni Speigle
  3. I don't have completed project made from yarn to share but I'm excited/proud of myself right now (lol). I buckled down and forced myself to stay focus for the last 2 weeks and finally finished my CGOA (Crochet Guild of America) Masters test! Its all packed up and ready to send out when they notify me. I've been a Member of CGOA for awhile now and purchase the test about 2years ago and figured it was time to get it done. ( 48 swatches plus questions in a 3" Binder). Thank you for letting me share!
  4. Hi everyone! I'm new here and just trying to introduce myself to all of you. I'm going on 70 pretty soon, am still married to my one true love which we will be celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary this year. We have 3 fabulous children, 5 wonderful grandkids and 1 great granddaughter. I love to crochet and sew items for my family and friends. That's about it for now.
  5. Nikki Ranson

    Baby Shawl

    This was made for a friend’s niece who was expecting her first baby boy in January!
  6. So the son asked me to make him a Star Wars Blanket! So I decided to have a try at making a pixel art blanket! Making small granny squares (2 rows in each) and joining them as I go. I will add to the thread as I go! Thanks for reading
  7. I have recently purchased a pattern for an afghan that has words on it made with popcorn stitches. It is a beautiful pattern by Jody Pyott. I think with the wedding and the new baby patterns it would be great to add names and dates. I just don't know how to figure the stitches. If anyone could possibly help I would be very grateful.
  8. Crochet meets weaving lapghan pattern has tips pics color pattern had fun making it it’s versable thick and warm 😊https://ravel.me/brickle-lapghan
  9. Good day for you, I'm making this blouse but the crochet stitches are anting as I go up, any idea why this happen?
  10. Hi Everyone! I am new to this site/forum, and would love to know if anyone here knows how to crochet a basket with a divider. I make all sizes and shaped baskets, but still can't figure out how to include a center divider. I would appreciate any information you can provide. Thank you! Karen
  11. I would like 3 testers. This pattern is designed to go over a baseball or duckbill cap, or worn as a headband (see photos). Gauge: Size K/6.5mm. 13sc × 13 rows = 4" × 4". Yarn suggestion is Bernat Blanket Yarn, but a similar super bulky yarn that matches the gauge should work well. This muff is adjustable, so the pattern only comes in one size, though if you are an experienced crocheter, you could easily adjust the size. This pattern takes about 45 minutes to complete. Deadline is January 15, 2020 but is flexible Supplies Needed: Bernat Blanket Yarn or similar yarn, Size K/6.5mm. Crochet hook, 1" button, hair band, yarn needle, cotton thread. Level of expertise: Advanced Beginner, need to know basic crochet stitches, as well as dc2tog. All stitches used are explained in pattern. This is PDF pattern type Full Written w/ Photos What I would like done: * Photos of FO from different angles, modeled would be great, but not necessary. * What difficulty you would rate this pattern * Any notes, corrections, and comments. * Time taken to complete pattern * Description of yarn and hook used to gain gauge * If you can think of a better name for this pattern, I would love to hear it. * Your estimate of used weight and yardage If interested, please email me at craftingatthepoole@gmail.com with Muff Pattern Testing in the subject line, or reply to this post. A quick history and description of your skills would be great, but not necessary. Compensation will be a digital copy of my Squishimo Stress Ball Buddy Crochet Pattern. Thanks! And Happy Crocheting!
  12. Hello! I’m a workin mama of 2.5 yr old identical twin girls down in Texas! I love to crochet - got into it last year around Christmas time when my sister gifted me all her supplies! Also she gave me a bunch of hand embroidery supplies too. I love to do the repetitive work with my hands I guess - seems constant and calm compared to working full time and raising toddlers! Excited to gain inspiration and support from the group. Cheers!
  13. I’m trying to make a pattern that has a multicolor design (it’s a leopard gecko with a yellow top and a white belly) and instructions say to make a magic ring of 6 with 3 white stitches and two yellows. How on earth do I do this??? I can’t find any tutorial on how to make a two colored magic ring let alone make a round that the colors swap so frequently to maintain the solid colored underbelly look... does anyone have advice???
  14. Click here to get the FREE patterns! This little pumpkin newborn sleep set is absolutely the perfect ensemble for your lil’ pumpkin pie! It is quick to whip up and super easy too. Complete with hat, mittens, and sack your little one will be the cutest pumpkin in the patch this year. Perfect for baby’s first photo shoot!
  15. I've made one of these and currently working on a purchased pattern (Gnome and Toadstool Scene, from a year ago). I like the beard and shoes/boots better on this free pattern. https://www.amigurumitogo.com/2018/04/crochet-gnome-free-pattern.html
  16. 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
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