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  1. My 12 yr old was looking at my FB pages concerning crochet and was appalled to see a bunch of women downgrading the circular knitting machines as being "useless" (we have the Addi kitting express and several other less expensive machines). She decided to prove those people wrong. Attached please see a blanket made with 10 tubes which are 83 rounds in length on the addi. I slip stitched the ends of the tubes, single crocheted down each tube and the joined the tubes with a slip stitch. The enitre blanket has 1 single crochet around it, a row of double crochet, then about 10 rows of alternating front post stitch and back post stitch. The border helped to give the blanket some weight and kept the tubes from stretching (knitting being much more stretchy than crochet). I told her I'd be posting this as being a "joint project" with my 12 yr old daughter being the main contribution. This blanket is very soft and warm (thanks to the tubes providing a double knit). Thanks for looking ladies and gents and have a fabulous day.
  2. Hi Everyone, My favorite bouquet! - It makes me feel home every time I look at it. Many people appreciate lavender for its fragrance. - I appreciate my lavender bouquet for its calming appearance and texture. It also adds a pop up color by the way it is arranged with dandelion, green and yellow mum with the bumble bee on it. - Hope you enjoy it!
  3. I've been dreaming to design a stained glass mandala since long ago. And my dream has come true. This double layered mandala potholder is crocheted in overlay crochet technique with elements of tapestry crochet. When not used in the kitchen it can be hung on a wall. And if you don't crochet a bottom part for this potholder it can serve as a decoration for a table or a nice appliqué for your old (or new) pillow cover. This easy to follow pattern (16 pages) is written for one size It contains step by step full written instructions in English using standard crochet abbreviations and US terms (stitch guide is given in the pattern). It also contains lots of pictures explaining all the tricky and difficult places. Crochet level: Intermediate (front post stitches are used in this pattern and some rounds are crocheted with yarns of two colors at the same time). http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/stained-glass-mandala-potholder
  4. I found this lovely pattern on how to make a beanie http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wrapped-with-love-crochet-hat---all-sizes Now this was the first ever pattern I managed to read, ok there was a few times where I didn't understand a few things things so I went and visted my best friend "YouTube" but I got there
  5. I made the set for cooler days in autumn for my DD. I crocheted the hat and then knitted the neck warmer. As you may imagine, 3yo kids are (usually) not able to tie the scarf properly - that's why I made the neck warmer, so she can put it on easily and quickly. By the way, I guess I should move to "Kids" section - as my DD is not a toddler anymore...
  6. Heather is a super easy crocheted cowl that works up in a jiffy. It has a lacy pattern that is sufficiently closed to be cozy. It would make a wonderful quick gift for the upcoming Holiday Season, also a great charity project. Free pattern! You will find it here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2014/10/heather.html#.VD4aYGeICw0 Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  7. Here are some purple baby hats that I have crocheted for the PURPLE shaken baby awareness drive. You can read more about this here. My friend Kristy works at a crafting shop where these hats are being accepted. There are many charity drives for the PURPLE hats now in lots of communities. Here is another link to the Click for Babies Awareness site for more info about this very important cause.
  8. Finished this the other day. Wanted to share and YES I plan to do all 99 Little Doilys. Patricia Kristofferson Doily #10 of 99. Started June 8. 2014. Finished June 16. 2014. 4" Inches Wide Across. Size 7 Crochet hook. Crocheted by Terry Devine aka sunnywolfgar. I used threads from my stash. Light Purple,Variegated Purples.
  9. I purchased some Red Heart Super Saver (which is my go-to yarn for charity afghans) in order to make a colorful rainbow afghan. The pattern calls for working in the back loop only throughout. I started with purple and before I had three rows completed, I frogged it. The yarn separates and splits so much that I'm going to use it for a pattern requiring inserting the hook through both loops. The remaining loop when working in the back loop shows the loose separated strands too much and makes the afghan look damaged. I'm really disappointed. I have been working with Caron One Pound skeins for most of my charity 'ghans lately and haven't bought Red Heart in a while. Did I get a bad skein or has something happened to Red Heart's quality?
  10. Hi Everyone! If you love purple, and lacy, keyhole scarves, I have a pretty one for you! Jantinne also works up really fast. You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2013/08/jantinne.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  11. Hi - I am new here so hopefully I have posted in the right section. I have found a beautiful crochet pattern onlnine, however it is in Russian. Just wondering if anyone knows if there is an English translation available, or whether anyone who speaks Russian could translate. The pattern is here: http://www.1001uzor.com/crochet/youth/sweater02_06.html Thanks DIane
  12. I made this for my little 3 yr. old granddaughter. We made a trip to the store and these are the colors she picked out. Camo flowers aren't so bad after all I used Red Heart yarn and the pattern is #97 in "99 Granny Squares to Crochet" by Leisure Arts.
  13. I've been away from the forum a bit and after a very nice orientation email from Amy I'm venturing to make my new post in the "new" Crochetville. (Must say it's looking good!) So, bear with me. This is an extremely easy and fast scarflet, and it is really lovely when it's done. If you have a birthday coming up of someone who loves purple, this is a good one! It would also make a pretty and encouraging charity donation. Sorry about the fact that it does not have a photo, I don't know how to add a photo on the new forum yet. You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2013/01/mountain-orchid.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  14. A muff is a fashion accessory for outdoors usually made in a cylindrical shape with both ends open for keeping the hands warm. It was introduced to women's fashion in the 16th century and was popular with both men and women in the 17th and 18th centuries. You’ll really bring back glamour with this marvelous Fuzzy Hand Warmer that will keep your hands toasty warm even on the coldest days. This is a fun and fashionable accessory that will also make a perfect gift for your style-minded friends! Finished muff measures 13 inches long x 5½ inches tall. Your PDF crochet pattern with complete step-by-step instructions and pictures (with U.S. crochet terms) will be available for download in your ‘Made With Love by Jackie Moon’ account upon receipt of payment (which is usually instantly). Fuzzy Hand Warmer Crochet Pattern
  15. I'm so proud of my "Purple Haze Shoulder Scarf" in the autumn 2012 issue of Crochet! It's made with Ritratto, a yarn from the S. Charles Collection. The yarn is absolutely lovely! The trim on the scarf features the Double Bullion Stitch. You can find step-by-step instructions for this stitch in the same issue. Hope you enjoy!!
  16. I love color. That is what draws me first. This is a pretty easy and effective motif for any granny square project that does not require huge blocks. The yarn, with its variations, just makes it lovely. You will find the pattern for the motif here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/09/plum-pudding-motif.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  17. this is a surreybelle scarf in ILTC purple. only took one skein to make a 5ft scarf.
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