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  1. I have a vest pattern that uses a somewhat different type of granny square. I don't have the written directions, just the graphic instructions, which I've attached. I am completely stuck on the fourth row. I don't know how the crisscrosses at the ends of the chains are done. Do you just attach new yarn there? Thanks for any help you can offer! Pegi P.S. I just checked the image I attached and it is an image of the folder that the pdf is in. Please let me know if you can't see the pattern image. If you can't, what did I do wrong? I simply attached the pdf--I thought!
  2. My grand mother crocheted this tablecloth for me in 1973 when I graduated from college. I would like to know what the pattern name is and try to find a copy of this pattern. I am trying to put together all the history I can gather on crocheted work that I have, for future generations to know as much as possible about each piece. Thank you.
  3. What are some of the fun crochet phrases you've heard or used? Can you think of any? Let's start a list: Hooked on Ewe Hooked on Fiber (or string or yarn or whatever)
  4. Here is a round ripple I crochet for the Warmth for Warriors blanket drive. It is 43 inches wide so should be a good lapghan. The center is some Caron blue yarn and then I used a Yarn Bee Sugarwheel skein in what they call “That’s my Jam” colorway. Then I just added some blues and black in RHSS I had to finish it off.
  5. This is a crochet tutu set I made with the matching headband for a client I met on Instagram. She wanted the colors peach and cream since they were from Georgia. I thought the gold accent would look great with it.
  6. Here is my mini flower basket I crocheted using thin single strands of plastic bags cut just 1/4 inch wide. The basket is just 3 inches wide and is filled with wild Yarrow and Lupine flowers. Here is the free pattern for the mini plarn flower basket.
  7. I am looking for testers for my bowler hat in the following sizes: 0-3 / 3-6 / 6-12 months and Teen/Small Adult. Pattern is worked with worsted weight acrylic and a 5 mm (H-8) hook. I would like feedback (and pictures if possible) by the end of this weekend, August 11th. Compensation: free final copy of the pattern and one free pattern from my shop on Etsy. http://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/CharmedByEwe Thanks! Janaya
  8. Hi, I am Anne Tess and I love crochet amigurumi! Sometimes I need help on some patterns.
  9. Hi. I need help with a pattern directions. It states 12 sc in Magic Ring, join 9 sc, 3 sc are for the toes.Can anyone help me with this?
  10. Good Day I am translating this shawl into a pattern. I have gotten through the first two rows (from the inside out) but can't identify what the pattern is for the bottom two petals of the flower. I would love your help with this The part that is unclear to me is how the petals attach to the row below.....
  11. I have been in love with this knit headband pattern for years. I have tried to reproduce it with crochet with limited success and wondered if anyone had seen a similar crochet pattern please? http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/blue-leaf-headband This is a link to the crochet version I came up with but it isn't really recreating the intricacies of the knit version. I used angled post stitches. https://instagram.com/p/BHDqv5WDoTH/ Grateful for any advice. Thanks so much. ????
  12. I recently discovered the V Stitch and created a few projects using the stitch. I have a scarf and blanket pattern that I can share here. I do my stitch a bit different than some people as I crochet without a chain stitch between V's. Here is a scarf and lapghan I did.
  13. Here is my lapghan blanket I crocheted using the Lumberjack Flannelghan pattern by RedRose. I modified it to make a smaller blanket. My finished lapghan is 35" x 36" with the border. Here is more details on my mods for the pattern if anyone needs them for a smaller blanket.
  14. Here's another free crochet pattern for ya. This one is for all you spring and summer festival junkies. Enjoy, eMLee Crochet https://holyrollinhooker.wordpress.com/2017/04/24/we-be-jammin-hip-pouch/
  15. Hey guys, I'm super new to crocheting and I recently picked up some Bernat Satin yarn (I thought it was soft and the colors were pretty), without knowing that different types of yarns are better for making different things. I am just wondering what kids of things I CAN make with this specific yarn? Thanks!
  16. Blue Crocodile ???? crochet stitch sampler in a bottle, filled with teeny tiny wooden crochet hook and a bunch of yarn skeins. Round glass vial size: 2.5 cm/1 inch. The color Blue is the color of trust and responsibility. It's nature's color for water and sky but is rarely found in fruits and vegetables. Happy crocheting, Helga
  17. Hi, I'm Helga from Dubrovnik, Croatia. I'm a jewelry designer/maker for knitters & crocheters. My Etsy shop is CrafterJewelry All of my jewelry is handmade and unique made from my own designs and ideas. Happy knitting & crocheting! Helga
  18. I am relatively new to crochet. My mom taught me when she came to visit last year. I have been trying several online patterns. Not very creative to make my own patterns yet.
  19. Here's another free pattern perfect for spring https://holyrollinhooker.wordpress.com/2017/04/10/aqua-lass-poncho/
  20. This is my new minimal Nativity set. I made it for my aunt for her Advent calendar I'm going to prepare for Christmas. I found these wooden peg dolls on the net and they are great to use for figures. Baby Jesus is not so complicated to make, don't you think? I didn't use any pattern.
  21. Hi, everyone! My name is Paula and I'm pretty new to crochet! I have been teaching myself how to crochet since this past summer and I swear I learn something new every day! I have learned the most from watching Youtube video tutorials! I find them easier sometimes to learn from them than an actual pattern but I am getting better at reading patterns, I just like to follow along with a video to help in case I get stuck! No one in my family was ever into crafts, let along knitting or crochet and I've always wanted to learn crochet and how to quilt. My first project was a gray C2C which is sitting on the back of my couch! Since then, I have made a couple more c2c's as gifts, a beautiful shells blanket, 2 cosy stripe blankets, 8 messy bun hats, 6 different kinds of scarves, fingerless gloves and a pom-pom hat! I usually have a few projects going at the same time and always have a tote bag ready to take to doctor appointments etc. This week I was approached to sell my latest throw blanket and I am still quite in shock that someone liked it that much and they were willing to pay for it! I had no clue as to what to charge for it, so I asked a few people in my facebook crochet groups and as always they were beyond helpful and very supportive! Money has been very tight for my family lately, so the money I made off the blanket really came in handy! It took me just over 2 weeks to complete the blanket and I only spent about $25 in yarn because I ordered a color pack with 17 skeins from a store in the UK! When I named my price of $150 for the throw blanket, I was certain she was going to try and talk me down and maybe even say that was too expensive but she didn't do any of that- she just said, "OK, great!" She told me that she is opening a shop in a very pricey shopping area and wants to use the blanket in her storefront window-Talk about exciting! lol I am looking forward to being a part of this group & getting to know you all!
  22. Hi all, I have just completed a new bag design with textured pineapple motifs. I used three different coloured yarn to create an ombre effect with black and greys. The handles are made of two layers of different coloured yarn and joined using slip stitches. The contrasting colours are shown on the top of the handles. What you do think?
  23. Click here for the free pattern: Do Your Cottony Vest
  24. Click here for free pattern: Cable Car Hobo
  25. Hi! How are you? Happy sunday for all of you. Welcome to this special tutorial that I prepared for you. The best way to start a day is making this. I am going to teach you how to make a Yarn Bowl that is very beautiful and useful at crochet or knit time. See the tutorial here: ↓↓↓ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAH64RQj3pU The necessarily materials: *100/150 g of cold porcelain. *A mold that can be a bowl. *Scissor. *Oil or flour. For colour it: *Acrylic paint (If we want a uniform color, add it to the beginning). *Coffee + Vinilic glue (When dry, apply two hands with the aid of a brush. This will give you a feeling of wood). *A Brush. Show me your creations using #CraftyDomingos or #CraftySundays in any social media, so I can see it. Thank you for all your comments and messages that I receive during the week. Don't forget! Share the video and subscribe to my YouTube Channel, I need it. The tutorial was made by my son. Special thanks to my subscriber and follower miu_kokoro for helped me to made the porcelain. Greetings and blessings.