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  1. Hi all, I ws practicing post stitches, and look what happened! Here is my pattern i made this scarf from, I have not yet made another one following my own directions, so if you run into any problems, or have any questions, contact me by pm, and I will try to help you figure it out. Thanks, and good luck....... ch 21, dc in fourth chain from hook Dc in each remanining stitch across, this forms your base row..(19 sts) Row 2, ch up 3,this will count as the first dc throughout. 1 dc in each of the next two stitches 1 FPDC in the next stich *1 dc in each of next three stitches 1 FPDC in the next stitch* Repeat from * to * ending with 1 dc in each of the two remaining dc, and one dc in the top of the turning chain of previous row. (19) Row 3. now we switch from doing front post dc, to doing back post dc.. ch up 3 do 1 dc in the next two stitches do BPDC in the next stitch *Do a dc in each of the next three stitches In the next stitch, do one BPDC* Repeat from * to * ending with 1 dc in each of the two remaining dc, and 1 dc in the top of the turning chain of previous row. (19) repeat rows two and three for pattern, as you are alternating a row of FPDC with a row of BPDC etc. You should always have 19 stitches on each row, ending each row with one dc in each of last two stitches, and 1 dc making up the third dc in the top of the turning ch of previous row. You should always have three dc between post stitches, and three on beginning and end of rows. Count your stitches, as it's easy to get the post dc just one off and then you end up ripping back a row or two.. Also, I did enough rows so that it measures approx. 55inches, width is approx 61/2 inches, and just add or subtracting rows to get the length you want. I added 2 and a half inch fringe to this one, first doing a row of sc around the entire scarf, doing three sc in each corner, and on the long sides, I did an alternate of one sc in the first space, (*either beginning ch 3 space, or the ending dc space) two sc in the next, one in the next, etc. and it came out looking very nice and neat, and not sloppy with too many stithces. I used almost an entire 7 oz. of I LOVE THIS Yarn, in light grey including the fringe, and used a k hook.....good luck and thanks!
  2. This is my post stitch peace sign square...it is crocheted with a variety of post stitches on a sc foundation. Some experience with post stitches is helpful as this is an intermediate/advanced pattern. It can be crocheted in one solid color, or contrasting colors as shown. Note: this pattern assumes that you are already familiar with color changing techniques. Thanks for looking! The pattern is available for purchase here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/post-stitch-peace-sign-square
  3. This is my embossed vines pattern. It's crocheted using post stitches and bobbles on a sc background, perfect for a scarf or afghan panel... This is an advanced pattern that can be crocheted using one solid color, or contrasting colors. Note: this pattern assumes that you are already familiar with color changing techniques. Pattern is available here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/embossed-vines-pattern Thanks for looking!
  4. I haven't finished this yet (still needs a border), but I wanted to go ahead and share it anyway...what do you think?
  5. This is a panel of an afghan that I am designing...the plan is to triple this in width, but I'm wondering if it's too busy - what do you think?
  6. I was playing with post stitches, and came up with this scarf...it's not quite long enough though...should have added my middle name.
  7. This is a technique that I have been experimenting with lately...I'm basically just using post stitches to make pictures or words. Not very happy with this particular design but I figured I'd post a pic anyway...
  8. I finally got my Etsy shop set up...well, I still have a few things to figure out - I don't have a banner or avatar yet, and I only have one item listed, but for those of you who know me (and my lack of computer skills) this is a major accomplishment! Oh...here's a link to my pattern! http://www.etsy.com/listing/62442580/celtic-cable-scarf-pattern-pdf
  9. This is my second cabled vines scarf...I hope you can see the detail...I'm finding it very difficult to photograph. ETA: this scarf is now for sale in my Etsy shop.
  10. Here's something I whipped up yesterday...it's kind of difficult to see the details in the picture...the vines/leaves/berries are all cabled. I am still trying to decide if it needs a border, or if I should just leave it alone - I am considering a thin cable down each side to help frame it - what do you all think? ETA: This scarf is now available for sale in my Etsy shop.
  11. I wanted to try some cables with fingering weight yarn, so I made my daughter these fingerless gloves...I like the way the cables look, but it turns out I have no idea how to make a fingerless glove LOL!
  12. The color makes this one a bit difficult to see, but here it is anyway...#5 in my cabled scarf series... [attach]30273[/attach] [attach]30274[/attach]
  13. I haven't finished crocheting this one yet, but I wanted to share it anyway...what do you think? [attach]30143[/attach]
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