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  1. lucia peraldo

    SHOES BABY PATTERN

    Learn How To Knit Boots With Two Needles, for Baby 🍼🍼💕Pass Step With Photos And Video ... https://youtu.be/3mxsty0pLCk GUAOO Are Precious And Very Warm !!!, You can see it in the link below, a greeting 😘😘 https://youtu.be/3mxsty0pLCk
  2. NanaGenie

    New to Crochetville

    Hello Everyone! I am a knitting/crocheting grandma from Kentucky and I need help! But first, let me say I am glad to be a part of this forum. I have twin (boy and girl) grandchildren aged 11 years. They have each asked for a 12-14" Lilo for Isaiah and Angel for Sadie. I have searched Ravelry and Pinterest, but cannot find exactly what I want. I understand Angel has long "tentacles" and a little Heart in purple on her backside. Has anyone come across such a pattern? I sure would appreciate hearing from you all if you have. Thanks so very much!
  3. 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. ????
  4. 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
  5. chrissyf

    Knitted 18" doll outfit

    I have a bunch of crochet patterns for 18" doll clothes but not a lot of notions to put buttons, elastic etc so i have fallen back to following the patterns of a sweet lady on a knitting forum. she kindly sends out handouts to people who email her and part of this outfit is from one of those. The rest of it can be found in two places on that forum. the mock cable skirt with suspenders and mary jane shoes i love her patterns because they are very easy for a beginner the shirt is from one of her handouts and is a basic top with attached panties the sleeves are lacy ope done in a knit 1 yo knit 2 together pattern the yarn used: skirt Red heart super saver melonberry, top red heart sport in white and the shoes red heart super saver in white I like red heaqrt fot the doll clothes because it is sturdy and holds up well to play and is washable
  6. chrissyf

    knitted 18" doll set

    Another of my knitted sets for my granddaughter's doll This one is using patterns from a generous designer from a knitting forum she will email handouts to anyone asking for it and has also posted others for free on that forum. This outfit is mostly from her handout 2, with the jacket from her handout 3 and the shoes from here the pants shorts and jacket are caron simply soft in country blue to mimic denim the top is done in bernat baby jacquards boy and girl colorway anf the shoes are red heart super saver black
  7. I have decided to go through my moutainous stash of patterns and weed out those I know I have not used for a year or more. This is the way I would like to carry out this plan. I want to make a pile of items I no longer want - they could be crochet or knit magazines, or crochet booklets or leaflets. I would like anyone interested in receiving some of this bounty to contact me via PM to let me know they are interested. I don't need addresses yet - I want to see how many takers there would be and try to divide items up equally. Depending on the number of interested parties, you may receive a minimum of 5 crochet/knit related items or as many as 8 per person. To ensure that the takers receive a minimum of 5 items, I may have to cut off the number of names taken as interested parties .First come, first served. All I am asking is that the taker reimburse me for postage to their location, plus 2 dollars for the items themselves. For example, if it costs 5 dollars to ship these to you, I would ask that you pay 7 dollars via Paypal. That would mean that for your five items, you are paying 40 cents each. This is basically a grab bag destash. I cannot look for certain issues of magazines or certain leaflets if you request it. My plan is to take the top five items from the pile, put them in an envelope and mail them to the first person on the list. The best I can do is to try to make sure that each package will at least have a crochet magazine with multiple patterns in it or a booklet with multiple patterns. If you are interested in receiving a grab bag of patterns, please PM me asap with only your zip code to let me know you are interested and so that I can determine shipping costs. Once I have the items ready, you will receive a PM from me requesting your address. Upon receiving your address I will send you a Paypal invoice for cost of shipping plus 2 dollars. Unfortunately, I cannot ship internationally. I apologize to our overseas Crochetville friends. I hope that this follows the guidelines for destashing. if not, adminstrators, please let me know. Jeanne (Yarnjeannie)
  8. I am looking for a pattern for the attached picture. My daughter saw it on Pinterest and wants me to make her one.
  9. I am wondering if anyone is going to the 2014 Knit & Crochet Conference in Manchester, NH? I just booked the trip for myself and my mom. Neither of us have been before and are looking to talk with folks who have gone or are going. Thanks, Tammy
  10. Hi, my name is Mary and I live in Rome Ny…was originally thinking about starting just a crochet group but then got to thinking that maybe it could be a craft group where we would have combined talents in one group…I know that there is an established knitting group and I don’t want to interfere with that group but I would like to at least get some crocheters together…I can host right at my home…I do have a finished basement and we wouldn’t have to find somewhere public…and I am willing to let other crafters use my supplies that I do have and you would be willing to pitch in also….I do have a lot of beading/jewelry materials and 2 sewing machines and I also have some cricut materials…I am thinking that it might be fun to mix it up a little and give each other ideas….what do you think about hosting this type of group…any ideas
  11. Can I knit a scarf with this? If so, any ideas? Fingering weight: 4 ply Recommended needle size: US 2, 6.5 sts = 1 inch It's 75% metallic, 25% rayon I want to use larger needles...not size 2! And I mean LARGER needles. I realize this will "hang" heavy. Thanks!
  12. tinaacrochet

    Hello from Dominican Republic!

    Hi, my name is Tina, i love crochet and everything related with yarn, knit, fashion and contemporary art.
  13. Robin Socha Wallingford

    Hello from milwaukee, wi

    Hi everyone, I'm glad to be part of this group. I love to knit and crochet. I love unique patterns.
  14. Here is the link to Ravelry for the details: http://ravel.me/PBELKNAP/cyp Now I can devote more time to the Granny Shawl...
  15. Now you can be an Angel even if you don't do Facebook! Please join us at our new Rav group! http://www.ravelry.com/groups/aubreys-angels-charity-crochet-knitting-quilting-sewing-and-crafts We would love to meet you, hear what craft you enjoy most, what you are working on, answer any questions you might have, and maybe join our blanket drive!
  16. breezy90

    Be an Angel!

    Aubrey’s Angels is non profit, charitable ministry, in San Antonio built of love, to help meet the very special needs of precious sick babies and parents who are in need of a smile. We want each family to know, without a doubt, that there are people who love their tiny angels, are praying for them, and want to help by crocheting, sewing, knitting, and quilting hats, booties, afghans, mitts, angel layettes (burial layettes), diaper shirts, etc. working from home. We also make afghans, lap blankets, and chemo caps for chemo and dialysis patients in San Antonio. You dont have to live close to participate! We also make parent bags for moms and dads who spend an enormous amount of time in the hospital waiting room. Thank you and God Bless you for helping me continue this ministry! The group is named after my precious grandaughter, Aubrey, who left us to be with Jesus on March 18, 2011 at the age of 9 months. If you would like to join us or just drop by to see what we are doing and look around, please visit us at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/192813870824207/ New Angels are always welcome!!!
  17. stitchwitch39

    Project Warm Fuzzy

    HI All, We are looking to create immediate comfort care packages to give to kids who are in the process of being removed from their homes due to neglect, abuse or domestic violence. This project was started by a good friend of mine, Amy A. We will be donating these items to The Department of Human Serives in Cedar Rapids, IA. We have a facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ProjectWarmFuzzy?ref=ts&fref=ts Myself, I am a crocheter and looking for help with blankets. I will be collecting 8x8 and 12x12 squares to make into blankets. You can also donate 36x36 and 36x40 size blankets. Please consider on making a square or 2. We are aslo taking donations of toys. These can be handmade!! If you have any questions at all, please PM me. You can also check out the facebook page and ask questions on there too. Thank you so much. The kids will be so happy on getting these blankets and toys. This is an on going project. Melanie H.
  18. I'm having a giveaway on my blog for a free cloth. http://noelwright.blogspot.com/2013/02/cloth-giveaway-open.html For rules and information go to the site. Some have asked whether or not they have to give a URL, no, you don't. Just leave a comment to enter (if you qualify) and state which cloth you would like to receive. I moderate all comments so it will not show up right away but I publish all comments once a day if not more. You must leave a name to enter (not anonymous) otherwise, I will have no way to contact you if you win. Also, email me and let me know how to contact you should you win. Thank you!
  19. ...Nor any scrap to knit! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2012/09/yarn-yarn-every-where.html A humorous look at too much stash, too little yarn to use for a specific project.
  20. I made this for a coworker who's wife was expecting. It was a very easy pattern. You can find the details on my Ravelry page: http://ravel.me/PBELKNAP/bfj
  21. PBLKNP

    Blog: Mad Sock Mania

    Updated the blog again! This time, on my great love of sock yarn! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2012/06/mad-sock-mania.html
  22. I finally updated my blog! This time, the subject concerns the many uses for knitting and crocheting... http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2012/06/knitting-is-useful-for.html :crocheting
  23. I called this you know you knit too much, but it also applies to crocheters! http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2012/05/you-know-you-knit-too-much-when.html
  24. FINALLY updated the blog again! This time, the topic is my newest finished object: http://wildknitter.blogspot.com/2012/04/pullover-donejust-in-time-for-spring.html
  25. Although the currently popular name is "Knooking" - KNITTING with a Crochet Hook has been practiced for a long time. Given its current popularity and that it does seem to draw folks who crochet but would like to try knitting, Amy suggested I post a message here to see if there was sufficient interest. We also discussed where it might be placed - Since it is NOT Crochet, rather really is knitting, So, is this a topic you think needs it own section, Knit with Crochet Hook(s) And where would you place it? If I ruled the universe, and clearly I do not, it would be part of the special Knitting Interest section, but feel free to disagree. Enjoy The Making Wheat
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