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  1. Putting washcloths and slipper socks aside. Want to make some sweaters for grandsons and deer scarves for sons. Might start on critter ghan after that or make pillow size project what projects are in the plans or have you started?
  2. Hi guys. Again thanks for allowing me to be part of this great community. I have a sale on Lion Brand Yarns. Please visit the links below. Thanks and happy crocheting. Grey Marble https://nyasbox.ecrater.com/p/37350294/lion-brand-wool-ease-thick-and Fisherman Blanc Casse https://nyasbox.ecrater.com/p/37350217/lion-brand-wool-ease-thick-and
  3. https://www.etsy.com/listing/858283957/crochet-maple-leaf-pattern-crochet?ref=shop_home_feat_3&pro=1 This listing is for the instant download of digital file instructions, and NOT the finished product **the pattern is written in English using American terminology.You can use them as:- gift decorations;- party decorations;- Decorate your Thanksgiving table with scattered leaves;- make a wreath of autumn leaves;- other home decor projects.
  4. I'm Thỏ from vietnam i want to show you guys my video about making a bear-shaped bag with transparent style Fell free for check in my facebook fanpage and youtube chanel my website cửa hàng len Thỏ Handmade Thanks for watching
  5. Made with leftover yarns from previous projects for DIL. She loves purple. Still need to add nonslip to the bottoms. I changed the last rows on the pattern.
  6. Has anybody seen the latest catalog featuring “Sidonia” afghan. (Cover and page 9) Patchwork design. Curious if it’s a vintage pattern. Is there a pattern like it out there? eta searched around didn’t find similar. I really like the colors in the kit sooo will order
  7. https://www.etsy.com/listing/858272855/crochet-pattern-crochet-spiders-and?ref=shop_home_feat_3&pro=1 crochet pattern of a SPIDER and SPIDERWEB, This is for a PDF digital file PATTERN only.The pattern is written in Standard American Terms.Skill level: Intermediate.You will receive two patterns the first one for the spider and the other for spiderweb.
  8. I made this about 3 months ago, its an old project but i enjoyed it! It's pretty simple and you cant alter it to a phone case, laptop case etc.
  9. I made this a while ago, its a supposed to be a pillow but i dont recommend using it as a pillow to lay on lol. Its more for show than anything, you dont want his leaves falling out
  10. dandan262

    Pattern Help

    I'd like help substituting the suggested hdc back loop ribbing on my sweater for a imo neater & quicker post stitch ribbing...how would I approach this without fudging up the pattern? I included screenshots of the portion of the pattern I'm having difficulty with and the necessary information to make the change...lastly I'm working with the 1st size small 48 bust. Thank you in advance 😘❤
  11. following this video: At 9:09 in the video she ties it off and cuts the yarn but then still has her yarn to continue working so I don't know what she cut, watching it it looks like she somehow suddenly has 2 pieces of yarn and I don't understand :I if anyone can help explain what happens in those few seconds i would greatly appreciate it!!! Thank you
  12. https://www.etsy.com/listing/807347142/face-mask-crochet-pattern-crochet-ear?ref=shop_home_feat_1&pro=1 Please note that this is not a medical-grade face mask.It is a very easy pattern to follow, suitable for beginners.Crochet Face Mask & Mask Mate Pattern PDF* Ear Saver with adjustable sizing to fit everyone in your family* 7 pages of visually appealing and efficient layout PDF.Materials:*Yarn: acrylic yarn*Hook: 2.5mm (or in accordance with the yarn you use)* Scissors* Tapestry needleYou need to know how to crochet:- chain stitch,- slip stitch,- single crochet,- double crochet.- half double crochetpattern written in English using American terminology.Please do not sell or redistribute this pattern without my express permission.Pattern is available for instant download. ***Once payment is confirmed, you will receive a link to download the pattern immediately. Make certain your ETSY email is up to date and accurate before purchasing. If you ever have any questions, please contact me through Etsy conversation.Thanks so much for looking! If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
  13. Hi! I am the blogger and crochet designer behind Itchin' for some Stitchin' and right now I am hosting my very first big event - a blog hop called Fall In Love With Autumn. Each day for the entire month of August 2020 a collection of crochet designers are giving away 1 featured PDF pattern each day! To learn more about it, click HERE.
  14. https://www.etsy.com/listing/771189368/crochet-pattern-pdf-downloadable-pattern?ref=shop_home_active_3 This off-the-shoulder bow crop top is perfect for your summerThis price is only for pattern only not final product.Digital download, PDF pattern, digital format,crop top crochet pattern.Crop top can be made any size with any yarn you like...instructions includedMaterials:(275 - 300) yards = (250 - 275) meters worsted (DK) weight yarn, 4 mm hook (or size needed to obtain gauge)Stitches used:ch st, sl st, hdc, dc, picot7 pages of Digital PDF File with more than 5 photosincluding all needed techniques, changing color and special stitch)Basic pattern reading skills needed (knowledge of sc, dec, inc)Sizes:This pattern is written for S, M, L, and XL bust sizes.Pattern written in English using American terminology.I have included an additional table showing Crochet Conversion Chart - US, UKThere is no shipping charge for this item as it is a PDF file and can be downloaded immediately after your purchase.Please do not sell or redistribute this pattern without my express permission.Difficulty: Easy This is a simple and detailed pattern
  15. Iris.F

    Bee

  16. Hi Everyone, I’m new on this site and just looking to make some crochet friends. Never done a CAL before and was wondering if anyone wanted to do one on a video chat? I hear good things about Zoom the meeting app. Or even just a current project and chat kinda meet? thoughts?
  17. Hi everyone! I've been learning how to crochet whilst on maternity leave and am now crocheting clothes for a few of my friends/family and making a little bit of extra money! I'm completely self taught from you tube tutorials and I have made a dress for my daughter who is 2. I have now had an order for the same dress but for a larger size. How do I adapt the pattern to fit the new size? So for example if I chain 52 to begin for an age 2 how do I work out how many chains to start with for an age 4 for example? Sorry if it's confusing I think I'm also confusing myself 🙈
  18. 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
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