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  1. Hi All, iv just stared a pattern to make a pair of little baby booties, however after making the sole Iv become quite stuck. Row one of the sole edging says ‘Join with a sc at center back of heel(I get that bit), sc around entire sole(I get that bit too), working sts at toe and heel and in ends of rows at both sides’ I don’t understand that last bit? Any body have any idea what it might mean? Is it as simple as just sc tho while way around? TIA! X
  2. 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!
  3. Hi everyone. Im stuck.... i got excited when i saw some yarn. I purchased the bundle of 10 skeins. And now I have no idea what to do with it. Lol Its the Paintbox dk yarn and each is 302 yds. I think id be happy if i could create a blanket for my 17 yr old daughter. Id love to do a chevron or granny squares to make a blanket, or v stitch. How do i plan out a project? Any advice would be SO great. Im sorry im such a newbie.
  4. Hi all, I am looking to create a pattern for a sweater for a friend of mine. I'm a relatively new crocheter, and I've never traveled into the realm of pattern making. I think I need some help . My friend is looking for something like this sweater: I'm not sure where to even start making a pattern for something like this. Some help would be really great. Thanks in advance!!!
  5. Crochet free beautiful patterns under the name of scales. It really looks like the scales, but also shells.The free crochet patterns is one of the ways easier and impressive craft at scales images drawing. Outline your own design, based on models of quilts, simple graphics for free cross stitch, or any illustration in silhouette style. Be aware of the scale (the default is almost always more work than plot the graph) and understand that the checkered geometry will better show the flow curves, and relatively isolated figures are better than those placed in complex backgrounds. Start with a simple rectangular panel as a diamond model in harlequin style. http://www.crochetwebsitesfreepattern.com/2016/05/how-to-make-point-scale-free-pattern.html
  6. I've released 4 new patterns over this month: Radio Waves Scarf Seamless keyhole scarf. Panacea Wrap It transforms from wrap to cowl. Simply Classic Mitts 5 sizes included. Onodrim Shawl One shawl to rule them all. Whether your skein has a little more yardage or a little less, instructions are included to make the most of the yarn you have. Includes crochet symbol diagrams.
  7. Hello I'm new and I've never done a forum. So please be patient I'm sure I'll pick up quick.
  8. Get 10 Crochet patterns for $10.00!! Over 75 patterns to choose from!! Just place your 10 patterns in your cart. Discount will automatically apply!! That's a $50 savings!! http://www.ravelry.com/stores/pamela-dempsey-designs Expires Saturday January 9 at 11:59 PM EST.
  9. I REALLY NEED SOME HELP A.S.A.P. IM TRYING TO FIND A PATTERN FOR THIS TINY LITTLE FLOWER WITH THE PEARL INSIDE. I CANT FIND IT ANYWHERE!! COULD SOMEONE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!?? IM TRYING TO MAKE THIS EXACT NEWBORN CROWN WITH THE FLOWERS AND I CANT FIND THIS PATTERN ANYWHERE!!! HELP!
  10. This website has been going for a while. Good for very basic patterns and instructions. Has also just started running competitions http://www.how-to-crochet-instructions.com/
  11. Hi all, I am new to the site and somewhat new to crocheting as well and have come here for some help after rudely being kicked out of a facebook group for asking for help . I am making an awareness ribbon shawl for my mom for Christmas. I've already picked out the yarn which is a 4 (Medium) and is said to be the same as the Red Heart Super saver that was used in the instructions I am using. I tried my first 5 or 6 rows but found that the awareness ribbons weren't very clear. They looked more like x's. So I went back and read the needed sized hook and found that I got a 3.50mm instead of a 3.75mm hook. I thought I'd just go out and by the next size up but then found out that my yarn calls for a 5mm hook. Do I need to change yarns or hook? And if the hook, what size? Any help is greatly appreciated since my last group experience led me to tears. I can add the link to the pattern if it will help but don't want to break any rules so if someone needs to see it let me know!
  12. JudyithB

    Girly Girl Cuff

    I just posted three patterns for sale here in Crochetville... Girly Girl has been the most popular so far. I think that the black one (with all those options) is a fun steampunk version of it while the white one goes better for the shabby chic or lagenlook (layered or prairie chic) style. http://www.crochetville.com/community/files/file/536-girly-girl-cuff-pattern/
  13. LA Kitchen angels, LA angel snowflakes and gardlands, Beginner crochet 25 small projects by Sue Penrod, LA crocheted edgings. Please post will pick someone on Wednesday. 2 redrosedz 3 ratdog 4 alp 1 5 shuttlebuggy 6 nana 7 #1crochetfan 8 Avon Lady 9 mamarose22 10 bgs 11 beckyb My husband drew for me again and the person is nana
  14. Some older edgings booklets 100 old and new favorites, Star booklet handkerchief edgings, Coats and Clark handkerchief edgings, and Spoool Cotton Co edgings. some wear but all nice Please post and I will pick one on Wednesday redrosedz Avon Lady Kathyallen8090 This time my husband picked one and it is Kathyallen8090
  15. Am closing this as there were no posts. Pineapples on parade, Pineapple pageant, Ruffled doilies, Flower doilies Pineapple ones in fair condition but still nice patterns Drawing on Thursday
  16. My name is Rachel. I am married and we have a daughter, son-in-law, and two adorable grandchildren, a boy,6 April and a girl,2 in May. I am 52 years old and learned crochet from my Nanny. She was my mum's mother. She told me that I could acquire the skill quickly. When our daughter was born, whom I adopted at three months. It is a personal story. I wanted a child, my sister-in-law did not want her. Enough said..it was then I set about crocheting her a blanket, which she loved. For unforeseen circumstances, I was unable to get down to crocheting. I finally invested in wool, hooks, and patterns. I love having a large selection of patterns. A couple of years ago, to get me out of a bout of depression, I crocheted poppies of various sizes with, or without the leaf. I think I crocheted over a hundred. I was asked to crochet a pram blanket for a doll pram. I crocheted two. I then crocheted this doll dress and cap and one other not on my device for my daughter and granddaughter. I have now been asked to crochet some clothes for a vintage doll. I am also crocheting preemie caps and clothes, as well as, a knapsack and a backpack. In a matter of weeks, I am an experienced crocheter. I love the unlimited patterns that you can choose. I love to mix and match patterns. It is hard to explain. It means adding or subtracting from a pattern or reducing or enlarging a pattern. For example, I used an 8mm hook to crochet a rear view mirror poppy. It was not part of the pattern. It is a hobby that is meant to be relaxing and enjoyable, not tedious or boring. Crocheting is an art form with yarn and hook.
  17. Hello, I'm new here in the forum, and my first time in any crocheting forum, I've been crocheting for 5 years, and I've learn basically thanks to video tutorials and online free patterns, I just start my crocheting blog www.missjimenezseason.blogspot.com where I don't only write about my crochet projects, but also about any handmade project in general. Happy to join this community I love vintage and geeky patterns.
  18. 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)
  19. Good morning everyone! I need some help. One of the pages I belong to on Facebook is hosting a giveaway. I helped admin for a little while and I need to come up with something that isn't easy to google. It has to be about crochet the last giveaway the question was why is increasing and decreasing used for in crocheting? For shaping was the answer. Can you please help me come up with a question? Thank you
  20. Patterns galore in my shop!! Come check out all my places!! I have attempted to put my name everywhere lol My blog is having a giveaway as well! Woot Woot!! facebook: https://www.facebook.com/babymadecrochet My blog: http://babymadecrochet.blogspot.com/ My etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/babymadecrochet?ref=hdr_shop_menu My website: http://babymadecrochet.bigcartel.com/ Thanks for stopping in! Happy shopping!
  21. Hi! I am going to Portland OR this weekend. Are there any yarn shops you can recommend? I've looked up places on yelp. What are/ is your fave? Thanks for your help!
  22. Hi! I am going to Portland OR this weekend. Are there any yarn shops you can recommend? I've looked up places on yelp. What are/ is your fave? Thanks for your help!
  23. There are hundreds of beautiful doily diagrams on the internet, but how do you know what hook size and thread combination to use to make them when they aren't listed? Is it just trial and error?
  24. I'm offering 10% off all digital patterns in my Etsy shop! Today and tomorrow only - offer ends midnight UK time on Monday 25th August. Enter the code SUMPATTSALE10 at the checkout to claim. www.littleconkers.etsy.com
  25. Starts June 21st, 2014 and if you can come by the shop, we will start at1 pm. Spring & summer is here and a nice crocheted shawl for those cool evenings or air condition spaces would be great to have, especially because you made it yourself! You can choose from two patterns: V-Stitch & Scallop Shawl: http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LC4100.pdf Lion Brand free pattern library: http://www.lionbrand.com/printablePatterns/WildFlowerShawl.pdf Both patterns are intermediate that with help most can do either of these patterns. I made a few changes (of course) when I made my V-stitch & scallop shawl. I used Bamtastic yarn from Plymouth (a nice bamboo & nylon mix which adds bounce to my shawl) and a "F" hook. It took three balls. This allowed me to shorten the number of rows needed for the body to 54 rows before adding my scallop trim. For the Wild Flower Shawl I used Saucon Sock from Kraemer Yarns. It's a cotton, acrylic & nylon sock yarn with about 231 yds per skein. The yarns are available at most local yarn shops. If needed they are available from my shop @ 856.669.1131. Because there is 430 yds per skein of Saucon Sock yarn I will half the skein for all colors (except black), and half the cost as well.
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