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  1. Hello everyone! I am trying to formulate a pattern for couch cushion covers (those of you who have pets will understand). Currently we use 3-4 mismatching throw blankets to protect the cushions, but I wanted to crochet something more esthetically pleasing. What I am looking to do is essentially make a fitted cover for each cushion. My main question is how to I make sides from a bottom panel with corners and how can I make the bottom taut so the covers done move. Basically I want to crochet what will look like a fitted sheet for each cushion but don't know how to create the sides/corners required. Thank you!
  2. Good morning all- Have any of you done this old pattern originally from Annie's catalog? I managed through the first two parts (the center and the sunflower petals) but now I'm stuck on the final rounds. Once the green is attached, not sure which SCs to work in - I can only presume it is the ones that are at the bottom of the petals, that it is working between the petals so to speak. (The petals are so fluffy that it is hard to tell what they mean!) {Join olive green with sl st in next SC, ch 3, sl st in any 2 strands at center back of next petal (2DC in next SC, sl st in any 2 strands at center back of next petal) around ending with DC in same stitch as first ch 3} Any help would be greatly appreciated!! 😊
  3. EDIT: added picture for reference. It includes the rounds I am talking about and the previous round. I have finished round 5, and I’m trying to figure out how to work round 6-8. As you can see, round 5 has no trebles, which is why I’m confused. This pattern comes from Crochet, a book that had this pattern included. It’s called “polar bear comforter” I’m making a baby blanket. My pattern says “SS in space between sts, ch 2 (2 dc in-between each 2 tr) around, ss in first st to join. I need help understanding what’s in parentheses. I haven’t done and trebles in the pattern so far.
  4. So I'm trying to create a cabled triangle shawl and I have achieved something very similar to what I wanted, in the pics you can see, the cables are 6 dcs apart. My goal: I want there to be only 2dcs in between cables so they are much closer together Right now, I have been adding new cables once there are 12 sts ( not incl the edge stitch and one stitch inside the chain of the center point) on either side of an existing cable. Does that maybe help anybody to help me? Haha.. I have no clue. Thanks so much in advance
  5. Hi All, I just registered for this forum because I saw that helpful information is posted here. I'm also new to crochet. I bought the Boye "I taught myself to crochet" book and using it plus a lot of youtubes I've managed to get through several of the patterns successfully. I made the poncho (gave that to my mom.. ); I made the textured jacket for one of my daughters; I've started the Striped Throw for the other daughter and it's going well (so far). However, i'm currently working on pattern 16- Soft Sage Camisole-. I managed to figure out the Lower section and get that completed. It turned out really well. However, I'm struggling with the pattern for the Camisole Top. The instructions say: Rnd 1 (RS): Join yarn with a sl st in the same ch as beg ch-3 of lower section-Rnd 1. I understand what it's telling to me to do as far as the abbrv. etc, but i don't know how to find that rnd and that beg ch 3 on my work. Can someone help me out? Thanks
  6. Hi all! I’m new to this forum... thanks for being here! My name is Leah and I have 20 years. I am making a couple scarves for my friends and I cannot figure out this pattern!! I have tried looking up “block” so many times and I can’t figure it out. I am not supposed to switch colors or anything... I just can’t understand what the block is or how to do it or what this should look like. I would appreciate any help!!! Thank you so much
  7. Hello! I am very new to crocheting. I have been a knitter for the last 30 years. My mom has always preferred to crochet. She is going to be 80 soon. After a recent hospitalization, we decided to make a quilt together with my 14yo daughter. After looking for a while, we came upon Ellen Gormley's triangle pattern found here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/triangles-afghan The pattern calls for 3 colors. However, I found a picture (attached) that shows the same pattern but using 6 colors. The pattern also specifies worsted weight, 5.0mm needle. Both my mom and I have tried to do practice triangles. And they are not coming out like the pictures. 1. The holes in ours are way larger than the holes in these pics. The hole comes from creating a ch3 followed by a 2dc. I tried decreasing it to ch2 instead but the holes are still too big. 2. I'm thinking tha worsted weight yarn may be too heavy for what was used to create the red and blue blankets. I would LOVE to get your help for: 1. How to make the holes smaller. 2. What kind of weight yarn may have been used in the 2 pics. This blanket is special for us. I would love us 3 to create something beautiful as well as the memories to go with it. Thank you for your help! Sofia
  8. I'm having trouble after 24th row. Do I crochet into both motifs, or go back and forth between the two? When do the join motifs come in. This is a free pattern on Ravelry, so you can understand where I am. Thank you in advance.
  9. hard to figure out this pattern. I have looked back to pic many times, and I am still having problems understanding instructions. Any help would be appreciated. I have figured out the small and large flowers, but I am stuck on row 3 and on. Can anyone help me with this plz? craftbits.com-Wedding Ring Bedspread.pdf
  10. Hello. I am trying to crochet a baby blanket using a new pattern. However the pattern says to “ch 1, skip 2 ch, (dc2-tog, ch 1, dc2-tog, ch 1, dc2-tog) all in next ch, ch 1” and I am confused on how to do a dc2tog in the same chain. Would I simply start a dc in the same manner as a dc2tog (yo, insert hook, pull through, yo, pull through two loops) before restarting for the second dc of the dc2tog and then finish it off as normal?
  11. Hi, I’m new to this and New to crochet with patterns. I’m making a bunny for my nephews funeral so want to get this right. However, I’m stuck! I’m stitching double stitches in the round, and I’m fine with the pattern increases when it’s 2dc or less, but I’m not sure how to interpret it. I’m currently on round 8(finishing with 30sts), about to start round 9. But I’ve already done this on the body and this is where it started to lose shape so thought I would ask! most rows increase by 6, but it’s the bit that follows that confuses me, if some one can translate this to English for a beginner I’d be so grateful! Round 9: *inc,4dc, repeat from * to end (36sts) how do I do this?!!
  12. I'm starting a new project today, (and new to the forum, hi all!) and it's been years since I've followed a pattern, I'm already stuck on the first row and feeling like giving up already. Was hoping you could decipher for me. Sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 8 ch, [3 sc in next ch, sc in next 17 ch] 7 times, 3 sc in next ch, sc in last 9 ch changing to B in last st; turn. i understand the abbreviations, I know to change colors, turn, etc, but when it's telling me to sc 1, then 8, then 3 then 17, 7 times, aren't I just sc the entire row? Do they just break it down to smaller parts to make it simpler or am I missing something? Any help would be appreciated!
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