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  1. Looking for this pattern that my sister-in-law and I saw on a Facebook thread crochet group very recently. The crocheter said that she finished this recently from a pattern she found on Google or Pinterest some time ago, and said that was the only information she had. I've spent more hours than I'd like to admit searching for it this weekend, and my sister-in-law has put in quite a few hours herself. Any help appreciated!
  2. I have tried many times to do filet crochet but have always pulled them out because what I had completed was more wide than tall!! When I found the pattern for the doily in picture 1 it was called filet in the round, the doily came out so nice I began a search for more of the same type of pattern. Hass designs had many and when they offer patterns at sale prices I bought several. I completed doilys # 2 - 3 - 4 - and 5. Then I wanted to make a long thin doily for my sister with Tulips so I designed the last doily and completed it, I have now actually done a 'true' filet doily lol
  3. 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
  4. These naughty little kittens will dress up your windows for sure! It's worked in the filet stitch and lacet stitch,with thread. If you would like the free charts, one has the lacet the other is straight filet, go here: Cats Playing in the Curtains Maria
  5. Am looking for this pattern. Took the photo of the one my aunt has on her kitchen table. She thinks she has had it for at least 30 yrs or so. Can anyone help me on this?
  6. It's been months since I made some doily or runner, so when my friend moved to her new house, I decided to make something for her. She chose the pattern and it's funny, because long time ago I made the same runner for me, which she didn't know. I guess it means the pattern is very special...
  7. YAY! I finished at last! This is a filet crocheted afghan using an Elizabeth Hiddleson pattern. This is a filet crocheted afghan using an Elizabeth Hiddleson pattern from 1979 that I got online. I have included a photo of the back too. You can see the seems where I joined the squares and the center panel pieces. The hardest part was making those two middle panels. In order to have the crochet stitches go the same way as the squares, it had to be worked up width-wise instead of the longer length, (which would have been SO MUCH easier!) In fact, for the sides of the afghan, I just went ahead and did those along the length of the afghan to save my sanity!) LOL I altered a couple of the animals that I thought looked a little weird on the graphs. The rabbit’s head I made come to a pointed nose. (The graph was so icky! It kinda had a double cheek thingy going on.) I also made the cat’s nose come to a point. (The graph looked like one of those flat-faced cats, (like Crookshanks!), which didn’t seem to look right in profile like this.) And also the elephant was too small for it’s square. So I added a mound and some clouds to fill in the square. I liked these squares because each one was finished with only one ball of Cebelia thread. Not having to buy two. YAY!! The border is done with Coats and Clark Old Fashioned thread in ecru. Both threads are size 10. The crochet hook I used was a 7 (1.65 mm) steel Boye. Happy Easter everyone!
  8. I have done a couple of small filet projects, and they turned out OK except that I noticed on one project which should have been square according to the pattern, that it was definitely wider than it was high, if you see what I mean. It seems my stitches are too short. Does anyone else have this problem. What do I do?
  9. I made this one for my aunt and uncle. It's right around 31 inches long. Not much of a runner but more of a centerpiece. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=210030&l=778a09389d&id=100001579873162 This is also a public FB link. Again, thanks for looking!!! Manda in Auburn, WA
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