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  1. I can usually figure out my way through a pattern but I am unsure on this one I am making the beret on First Beret pattern by Red Heart https://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LW2741.pdf I have finished through Rnd 6 and have 30 3-dc crochet groups as described. Rounds 7-10 are repeat Rnd 4. I wish it told me how many 3-dc groups there are in this row. Can I assume that it will remain steady at 30? I am working into row 6 which had two groups of 3-dc worked in every other space to make an increase. thanks for looking at this!
  2. I'm not a very experienced knitter but I do enjoy making one or two skein garter stitch scarves for gifting. Last weekend at a church sale I bought three skeins of a Red Heart yarn called Boutique Magical. The colors were pretty and I liked the way it had different textures to it. Gracious, what a hoot it turned out to be. There were at least four or five separate weights/textures in each skein as well as fairly long color bands. I'm glad I decided to knit with it because I think crocheting would have made me tear out a few handfuls of hair.....lol. Has anyone used this yarn? Do you have suggestions for patterns, either crochet or knitting?
  3. Hello everybody! I am a relatively new crocheter, been at it just a few years now. I am working on my first sweater and I am needing help understanding the sleeve workings. http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/crochet-cable-cardi I get up to row 5, just after the increase row. Am I increasing every row now? Or am I only increasing every time I'm repeating the 4th row? TIA
  4. Here is my latest finish. It is a free pattern from red heart called All Angles Throw. This is another one for my friend expecting her first grand baby-who will be a boy! Made with red heart worsted yarn, it was very easy pattern, and free lol
  5. Here is my latest finish. It is a free pattern from red heart called All Angles Throw. This is another one for my friend expecting her first grand baby-who will be a boy! Made with red heart worsted yarn, it was very easy pattern, and free lol
  6. Problem pattern has been solved! Thank you! Hi there! I just made an account here today hoping I could get a little insight or help with Red Heart's Cu-pig pattern by Kj Hay. I have been doing crochet for about 3 months now and just started doing Amigurumi. With this pattern, I was able to make everything alright looking until I got to the legs.. The part that has been getting me is Row 6 leading into Rows 7-10 and going into Round 11. I have a picture of what I have now and what it looks like when attempting to go into Round 11, I'm just not real sure where to go from there if I even have it done right at all. Here's what the pattern looks like for the leg and I also have the link just in case something goes wrong lol. I also apologize this post might get a little long with the pattern. x_x Thank you so much in advance! ------------------------------ http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/cu-pig FIRST LEG (make 2 – for right side of piggy) Beginning at the bottom of the foot, with A, make an adjustable ring. Note: Take care to turn only when instructed. Round 1 (right side): Work 6 sc in ring; join with slip st in first sc. Round 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in each st around; join with slip st in first sc—12 sc. Round 3: Ch 1, *sc in next st, 2 sc in next st; repeat from * around; join with slip st in first sc—18 sc. Round 4: Working in back loops only, ch 1,*sc in next st, sc2tog; repeat from * around; join with slip st in first sc—12 sc. Round 5: Ch 1, sc in each st around; join with slip st in first sc. Note: Work now progresses, back and forth in rows to shape the knee Row 6: Ch 1, turn, sc in next 10 sts; leave remaining sts unworked. Rows 7–10: Ch 1, turn, sc in each st to last 2 sts; leave last 2 sts unworked—2 sts are worked in Row 10. Note: In the next round, work in all the stitches of the previous rows and round, to return to working in rounds. Round 11 (right side): Ch 1, turn, sc in each st around; working in each unworked st of previous rows and round; join with slip st in first sc—12 sts. Round 12: Ch 1, sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st, sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in each remaining st around; join with slip st in first sc—14 sts. Round 13: Ch 1, sc in each st around; join with slip st in first sc. Row 14 (right side): Ch 1, do not turn, skip next st, sc in next 5 sts, skip next st, sc in next st; leave remaining sts unworked—6 sts. Rows 15 and 16: Ch 1, turn, skip first st, sc in each st to last 2 sts, skip next st, sc in next st—2 sts are worked in Row 16. Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing leg to body. -------------------------------------
  7. I used a letter H crochet hook and mostly half double crochets for the entire beanie. I started with the magic circle and worked from there.
  8. www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LW2947.pdf I want to modify the pattern listed above. I want to add a second yarn and run it simultaneously with my other yarn for the Popcorn Hearts, in the center, ONLY. (Begins at row 70) The second yarn is a metallic, just to add some bling to this project. What is the best way to drop the metallic yarn when not needed? It seems too long in between to carry this additional metallic yarn??
  9. cshort

    Log Cabin Afghan

    This afghan will be a Christmas gift for my brother. I used the Autumn Log Cabin Throw pattern from Red Heart, http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/autumn-log-cabin-throw and Red Heart Super Saver yarn. It measures 70" x 70"
  10. Hi everyone— I'm new to this forum (and new to crocheting!)...I've started a new project and I am having some major difficulties understanding what the pattern wants me to do. The pattern (School Colors Blanket) is a free Red Heart project. The link is below. I get stuck in Row 3: Row 1 (right side): Dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in each ch across; turn—20 dc. Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout), dc in each st across; turn. Row 3: Ch 2, dc in each of next 6 dc, skip next 3 dc, FPdtr around the post of next 3 dc, 2 rows below, working in front of posts sts just made, FPdtr around the post of next 3 skipped dc, skip 6 sts behind post sts just made, dc in each of last 7 sts; turn I cannot for the life of me understand what I am meant to do after I complete the 6 dc. Skip three, FPdtr around the next three and then come back to the three I have skipped? If anybody could shed some light for me, I would be most appreciative! I am including a photo for reference, as well as the link to the pattern! Thanks again, Adam Pattern: http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/LW3568.pdf
  11. New Free Mini Class Available: Angel Afghan Square Free Pattern: http://www.crochetkim.com/patterns/angelafghan.html Free Video Mini Class Part 1 (right-handed) Part 2 (right-handed) Part 1 (left-handed) Part 2 (left-handed)
  12. Hi everybody, I am looking for some acrylic Red Heart yarn in shades of green from Lime Green to Kelly Green or Emerald Green. Also need acrylic Red Heart in Buff and Soft White. Also Red Heart acrylic Rose and Ivory or Eggshell and Lavendar, and any shades of Purple you can send. Will pay postage and yarn. Thanks for looking. Hope you can help. I'm putting these into a couple of projects if I can get the yarn. Rusty's Mom
  13. Here's the pattern I developed as a free postcard for our 2012 Crochetville / Red Heart trade show booth. I love how it turned out with Red Heart Unforgettable (colorway Parrot), but you could use almost any yarn. Pattern is in the PDF file attached below. If you are on Ravelry, I would love to see your finished projects there: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/easy-beauty-chain-scarf easy-beauty-chain-scarf-donna-hulka.pdf
  14. The 4th season of Red Heart's Wednesday Night Stitch Challenge (WNSC) is now underway, and Crochetville is happy to help promote this activity. What is the WNSC? A night of the week that we can all set aside to sit, rest, listen to music or watch TV and stitch. Join your host Kathleen Sams, of the Wednesday Night Stitching Challenge, in sharing your projects and stories with others that love stitching as much as you do! Every Wednesday beginning September 26, 2012 through December 5, 2012 upload photos of your projects using Red Heart yarns on the RH Facebook page. Fans of the page can vote and leave comments on their favorite project's photos. The top 5 photos with the most votes will win a fabulous prize package filled with yarn, books, and accessories valued at $150! Happy Stitching! How to Participate: 1. Every Wednesday, go here to post pictures of the project you're working on and/or vote for your favorite project. 2. Crochetville members can post your pictures in this thread to share with the rest of us, but posting here DOES NOT enter you in the contest. 3. Leave comments on the Red Heart blog, Red Heart Facebook page, and/or Crochetville Facebook page. Comments also do not count as a contest entry or vote. Comments are just fun discussion!
  15. For those of you who don't know, at the recent STITCHES South event in Atlanta, Crochetville and Red Heart Yarns had a joint booth, with Crochetville selling yarn for Red Heart. The booth was an outstanding success, and we'll be repeating the effort at both Chain Link/Knit and Crochet show conferences this year as well as the STITCHES events. Since we're selling Red Heart yarns, I need to make a whole bunch of garments featuring those yarns to wear in the booth. I just finished making the Relaxed Cardi free pattern available from Red Heart: I finished it in only 4 days. You can click that link to download the pattern pdf or you can download directly from this thread as well: LW2357.pdf. (Thanks to Kathleen Sams of Red Heart for giving us permission to host the pattern in this thread.) I made my version in Red Heart Boutique Midnight yarn (6 skeins for size small) in colorway Serenade with a size H/8 (5mm) hook. Photos © Amy Shelton and Crochetville. These photos may be pinned on Pinterest or shared on Facebook. The pattern calls for Red Heart Boutique Changes yarn in colorway Granite: Photo © Red Heart Yarns. Used with permission. We'd love for you to join us and make your own version of this garment, especially featuring Red Heart yarns. Suitable Red Heart Yarns: You may want to use any of the following Red Heart yarns, available directly from Red Heart. Photos © Red Heart Yarns. Used with permission. Boutique Swirl Boutique Changes Artesano Midnight Magical Share Your Photos: Please share photos of your finished garment or garment-in-progress with us in this thread. If you've already completed a Relaxed Cardi, please share photos with us. Be sure to let us know the following information: Garment size made Hook size used Yarn name and color used Amount of yarn used I can't wait to see everyone's finished garments!
  16. The CGOA Chain Link conference in Reno, NV begins with Professional Development Day on Wednesday, September 12 followed by 4 days of crochet (and knitting) classes and 3 days of fabulous shopping opportunities on the show floor. I will be arriving on Monday, September 10. If anybody else is attending, please post here. Crochetville Vendor Booth This year, Crochetville will have a vendor booth on the show floor in conjunction with Red Heart. We will be selling a number of Red Heart yarns, primarily the new Boutique line, crochet hooks and accessories, crochet-themed jewelry, books, and patterns. We hope to have a number of book signings by some of your favorite crochet designers. If there's something in particular you'd like to see in our booth, please let us know. If you'd like to volunteer to help out in the booth, let us know. It's a great way to meet a lot of people and talk crochet! Conference Classes If you're attending, what classes are you taking? Let us know here. Maybe you'll find there will be a Crochetville friend in class with you. I'll be attending Professional Development Day, but I won't be taking any actual crochet classes since I'll be staffing the booth all the time the show floor is open. Roommate Finder If you'd like to have a roommate to help cut down on the expense of attending the conference, please post here. Be sure to include any special needs, such as: Do you go to bed early or late? Do you smoke? (Even though the hotel rooms are non-smoking, some people's allergies could be affected by rooming with a smoker.) Do you have pets at home? (I have 5 cats, and I know I bring some amount of cat hair with me whenever I travel. I'd hate this to bother someone with severe cat allergies.) Do you like to bring friends back to the hotel room for big chat sessions? Do you have any allergies? (perfume, hair products, lotions, etc.) Do you snore? Does someone else's snoring bother you? Are you a heavy or light sleeper? Do you like to have the TV on all the time? When will you arrive? When will you check out? The more information you can give to a prospective roommate, the better chance you'll be able to find a good match.
  17. Crochetville and Red Heart will have a booth at Stitches South in Atlanta (April 19-22) where you'll be able to purchase select Red Heart yarns, crochet hooks, and more. We would love to get your input on which yarns you'd like to see in the booth. Please answer the poll and let us know which of these yarns you would be interested in purchasing if you were in attendance at the show. The poll is multiple choice, so you can select as many diffferent yarns as you like. There are too many yarns to include in one poll, so I'll create several different polls for your input. Some photos may be of knitted projects. I selected photos that I thought showed the yarn off to good advantage. Red Heart Product Catalog: Download here (PDF) Poll 1: Red Heart Boutique Yarns Poll 2: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 1) Poll 3: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 2) Poll 4: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 3) Poll 5: Red Heart Light Weight Yarns Poll 6: Red Heart Heavy Weight Yarns Poll 7: Red Heart Crochet Cotton Threads 1. Artesano 2. Baby Clouds 3. Buttercup 4. Chunky 5. Comfort Chunky 6. Curly Q 7. Foxy 8. Light and Lofty 9. Pomp-a-Doodle and Spark-a-Doodle 10. Super Saver Chunky
  18. Crochetville and Red Heart will have a booth at Stitches South in Atlanta (April 19-22) where you'll be able to purchase select Red Heart yarns, crochet hooks, and more. We would love to get your input on which yarns you'd like to see in the booth. Please answer the poll and let us know which of these yarns you would be interested in purchasing if you were in attendance at the show. The poll is multiple choice, so you can select as many diffferent yarns as you like. There are too many yarns to include in one poll, so I'll create several different polls for your input. Some photos may be of knitted projects. I selected photos that I thought showed the yarn off to good advantage. Red Heart Product Catalog: Download here (PDF) Poll 1: Red Heart Boutique Yarns Poll 2: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 1) Poll 3: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 2) Poll 4: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 3) Poll 5: Red Heart Light Weight Yarns Poll 6: Red Heart Heavy Weight Yarns Poll 7: Red Heart Crochet Cotton Threads 1. Heart and Sole 2. Luster Sheen 3. Stardust 4. Comfort Sport 5. Designer Sport 6. Hula 7. Soft Baby 8. Sport
  19. Crochetville and Red Heart will have a booth at Stitches South in Atlanta (April 19-22) where you'll be able to purchase select Red Heart yarns, crochet hooks, and more. We would love to get your input on which yarns you'd like to see in the booth. Please answer the poll and let us know which of these yarns you would be interested in purchasing if you were in attendance at the show. The poll is multiple choice, so you can select as many diffferent yarns as you like. There are too many yarns to include in one poll, so I'll create several different polls for your input. Some photos may be of knitted projects. I selected photos that I thought showed the yarn off to good advantage. Red Heart Product Catalog: Download here (PDF) Poll 1: Red Heart Boutique Yarns Poll 2: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 1) Poll 3: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 2) Poll 4: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 3) Poll 5: Red Heart Light Weight Yarns Poll 6: Red Heart Heavy Weight Yarns Poll 7: Red Heart Crochet Cotton Threads 1. Moon and Stars 2. Shimmer 3. Smoothie 4. Soft 5. Soft Baby Steps 6. Soft Touch 7. Stitch Nation Alpaca Love 8. Stitch Nation Bamboo Ewe 9. Stitch nation Full O' Sheep 10. Stitch Nation Washable Ewe
  20. Crochetville and Red Heart will have a booth at Stitches South in Atlanta (April 19-22) where you'll be able to purchase select Red Heart yarns, crochet hooks, and more. We would love to get your input on which yarns you'd like to see in the booth. Please answer the poll and let us know which of these yarns you would be interested in purchasing if you were in attendance at the show. The poll is multiple choice, so you can select as many diffferent yarns as you like. There are too many yarns to include in one poll, so I'll create several different polls for your input. Some photos may be of knitted projects. I selected photos that I thought showed the yarn off to good advantage. Red Heart Product Catalog: Download here (PDF) Poll 1: Red Heart Boutique Yarns Poll 2: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 1) Poll 3: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 2) Poll 4: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 3) Poll 5: Red Heart Light Weight Yarns Poll 6: Red Heart Heavy Weight Yarns Poll 7: Red Heart Crochet Cotton Threads 1. Sashay (ruffle yarn) 2. Magical 3. Treasure 4. Midnight 5. Swirl 6. Changes 7. Eclipse 8. Doodle 9. Fur Sure All photos and product catalog copyright © 2012 Coats and Clark. Used with permission. All rights reserved.
  21. Crochetville and Red Heart will have a booth at Stitches South in Atlanta (April 19-22) where you'll be able to purchase select Red Heart yarns, crochet hooks, and more. We would love to get your input on which yarns you'd like to see in the booth. Please answer the poll and let us know which of these yarns you would be interested in purchasing if you were in attendance at the show. The poll is multiple choice, so you can select as many diffferent yarns as you like. There are too many yarns to include in one poll, so I'll create several different polls for your input. Some photos may be of knitted projects. I selected photos that I thought showed the yarn off to good advantage. Red Heart Product Catalog: Download here (PDF) Poll 1: Red Heart Boutique Yarns Poll 2: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 1) Poll 3: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 2) Poll 4: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 3) Poll 5: Red Heart Light Weight Yarns Poll 6: Red Heart Heavy Weight Yarns Poll 7: Red Heart Crochet Cotton Threads The thread pictures all pretty much look the same, so I'm not going to post pictures. Just go ahead and answer the poll to let us know what size thread you'd like to see.
  22. Crochetville and Red Heart will have a booth at Stitches South in Atlanta (April 19-22) where you'll be able to purchase select Red Heart yarns, crochet hooks, and more. We would love to get your input on which yarns you'd like to see in the booth. Please answer the poll and let us know which of these yarns you would be interested in purchasing if you were in attendance at the show. The poll is multiple choice, so you can select as many diffferent yarns as you like. There are too many yarns to include in one poll, so I'll create several different polls for your input. Some photos may be of knitted projects. I selected photos that I thought showed the yarn off to good advantage. Red Heart Product Catalog: Download here (PDF) Poll 1: Red Heart Boutique Yarns Poll 2: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 1) Poll 3: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 2) Poll 4: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 3) Poll 5: Red Heart Light Weight Yarns Poll 6: Red Heart Heavy Weight Yarns Poll 7: Red Heart Crochet Cotton Threads 1. Stripes 2. Super Saver 3. Super Soft 4. Super Tweed 5. Sweet baby 6. With Love 7. Creme de la Creme
  23. Crochetville and Red Heart will have a booth at Stitches South in Atlanta (April 19-22) where you'll be able to purchase select Red Heart yarns, crochet hooks, and more. We would love to get your input on which yarns you'd like to see in the booth. Please answer the poll and let us know which of these yarns you would be interested in purchasing if you were in attendance at the show. The poll is multiple choice, so you can select as many diffferent yarns as you like. There are too many yarns to include in one poll, so I'll create several different polls for your input. Some photos may be of knitted projects. I selected photos that I thought showed the yarn off to good advantage. Red Heart Product Catalog: Download here (PDF) Poll 1: Red Heart Boutique Yarns Poll 2: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 1) Poll 3: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 2) Poll 4: Red Heart Worsted Weight Yarns (group 3) Poll 5: Red Heart Light Weight Yarns Poll 6: Red Heart Heavy Weight Yarns Poll 7: Red Heart Crochet Cotton Threads 1. Baby Blankie 2. Baby Econo 3. Bamboo Wool 4. Classic 5. Collage 6. Comfort 7. Eco-Cotton Blend 8. Eco-Ways 9. Fiesta 10. Kids
  24. I tried this with Red Heart Super Saver Country French and two of the coordinating colors from the Multi-Color Coordinate list, lemon and delft. Here is the list
  25. I'm making a scarf for this: http://www.womenheart.org/programsEvents/programs/heartscarves.cfm Note, you can either crochet or knit a scarf...
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