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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. My first piece where I used no pattern whatsoever! Completely my own creation! What do y'all think? I've posted my pattern on my blog here: http://whirlsandswirlsofpurls.blogspot.com/2014/04/mesh-shirt.html and on ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mesh-shirt if anyone is interested
  5. Just a quick note to let you know about my new pattern which is discounted only for the next 36 hours! Swish...is a lovely open mesh dress worked top down in a simple stitch pattern. It features a slash neck, slightly fitted waistline & lovely godet flares at the hem. Check it out on Ravelry now - sale price only until midnight Tuesday 28th Feb! http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/swish-4
  6. Hello! I recently wrote my very first crochet pattern and I'd like to share with you all. The pattern is available on my blog http://goddesscrochet.wordpress.com/2013/07/23/crochet-water-bottle-holder-free-pattern I will post it here as well. Like I said, this is my first written pattern, so please let me know if you find any errors! I recently went searching for a water bottle holder crochet pattern, but didn’t find one to my liking…so I wrote my own! It’s actually the very first pattern I’ve written. A nice simple pattern, and it works up quickly. Now…I have an 11-month old so I barely ever get uninterrupted crochet time, so I don’t know how long it takes exactly. An experienced crocheter could probably knock it out in an hour or less. That’s instant gratification basically! Like I said, this is my first written pattern, and I haven’t had any testers yet other than myself. Please let me know if you see anything awry when you’re working the pattern up. Thanks! Water Bottle Holder Crochet Pattern Worsted Weight Yarn – I used cotton, approx 2oz. Size H hook for a med-large bottle, Size G hook for small Pattern Notes: Each CH2 at the beginning of round counts as DC. I realize most patterns use a CH3 for the DC, but I feel it leaves too large of a gap. Feel free to use CH3 throughout the pattern instead if you like. End of Each round is joined to top of CH2 with SL ST RND = Round CH = Chain SL ST = Slip Stitch ST = Stitch SC -= Single Crochet DC = Double Crochet BLO = Back Loop Only RND 1: CH3. SL ST to first CH. CH2. 11 DC into ring. (12 DC) RND 2: CH2. DC into same ST as CH2. 2 DC into each ST around. (24DC) RND 3: CH2. 2DC into next ST. * 1 DC into next ST, 2 DC into next ST. * Repeat from * to * until end. (36 DC) RND 4: CH2 * DC into BLO of next ST * Repeat from * to * until end. RND 5: CH2. * DC into next ST. * Repeat from * to * until end. RND 6 – 14: CH4. Skip 1 ST and DC into the next. * CH1. Skip 1 ST and DC into the next. * Repeat from * to * until end / 1 DC ST left. CH1. SL ST into CH3 of CH4 from beginning of round. RND 15 & 16: CH1. (Place stitch marker if needed) SC into same ST as CH1. SC in each stitch around. SL ST into CH1 from beginning of round. Add more SC rows if desired. Strap: CH2. * DC into next 3 ST. CH2. Turn. * Repeat from * to * until desired strap length is reached. Flatten bottle holder with the strap in the middle. Fold strap over to find the ST you will be going in to on your “mirrored” side. SL ST strap to mirrored side. SL ST in each ST around (including through the other side of the strap) until you get back to the beginning SL ST. SL ST into next ST and fasten off. Weave in ends. Please let me know if you catch any mistakes. Happy hooking!
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