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Hello there! I've got an idea for a sweater in mind, but as I've no experience in writing patterns, I was hoping someone could help me find what I'm looking for. In my head, it's a mesh sweater to keep it a bit lighter. The mesh I'm thinking of looks like the mesh in this pattern but the sweater is closer in design to this one. I'm thinking the neck would be open/not have the ribbing, but the bottom and the sleeves would. Is there anything out there similar, or can someone point me to a basic pullover guide so I could possibly try my hand at making it? I'll upload a picture of what I mean exactly in a second, I'll have to do it on mobile. Any help is greatly appreciated! [All of this came to mind after reading the help I received in the General Crochet Help thread I made yesterday.] Here's the sketch of what I have in mind: https://imgur.com/Ut0Hht7
My latest design for summer, Geometric Open Lace Crochet Shrug, designed using cotton blend yarn, sport weight, using crochet hook G (4.25 mm). Written for multiple sizes, with adjustable length. Easy and quick to make! pattern is available at : http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/clothing/geometric-open-lace-crochet-shrug/151651 http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/geometric-open-lace-crochet-shrug
Hi all, I have been trying to find the right light to do my crocheting at night. About 6 months or so ago, I bought and OTT light. It lasted for about a half hour. Had to return it to JoAnns. Got another one, yep, same thing happened, so I guess I'll stay away from them. The short time that it did work, I really wasn't impressed by the light coverage. Does anyone have a lamp or light they love? For now I'm using a gooseneck lamp. The light is defused so it's not hot. That's a plus, but I am limited to the position I can put it in. This is me, by the end of the evening of crocheting. Thanks for any help.
The pattern is worked in DK weight yarn with a G (4.25mm) hook. It has tassels at the end and is 60 inches long and 6 to 6 1/2 inches wide. It is very easy to add to the width of the scarf as all you have to do is keep repeating the rows. The tassels at the end are easy to add and you can add as many as you want. Find the Free Pattern here: Alana Lacy Scarf.