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  1. I'm looking for this pattern! I found the photos online and I would Love to make a scarf like that!
  2. My Tunisian Points pattern is part of the June 2017 issue of knotions. I love textured items. This scarf uses Tunisian Simple Stitch (tss) and Tunisian Reverse Stitch (trs) to create diagonal stripes of texture. The elongated triangle shape wraps comfortably to add a highlight to any outfit it is paired with. There are increases and decreases to shape the piece. The pattern as written uses DK yarn, but could be made with a heavier weight to make it more of a small shawl. I hope you like it, favoritie it on Ravelry and spread the word (both about my pattern and knotions)
  3. This is a free pattern, it goes with my simple and pretty flower dish cloths, although that is a paid pattern. This is the link to my Ravelry Store : Designs by Kym Murphy Here is the link for the Pretty and Simple cloth Pretty and Simple Dish cloth Hope you all enjoy it. Also I will be adding some kitchen sets and I might even start taking orders for graphgans both with or without written patterns, in either the Tunisian Stitch or C2C Stitch. You will also be able to have them personalized for a small extra cost. I will keep everyone updated on that. Until then check out my other patterns and I have more than one free pattern. Happy Hooking ~Kym Owner of Fantasy Crocheters
  4. I recently discovered the V Stitch and created a few projects using the stitch. I have a scarf and blanket pattern that I can share here. I do my stitch a bit different than some people as I crochet without a chain stitch between V's. Here is a scarf and lapghan I did.
  5. Greetings! I am looking forward to meeting new testers. Thank you for viewing my testing request. Photos of this test are attached. Pattern Information Pattern Description: This is a scarf and hat set. The scarf is a long, thin wrap scarf and the hat is fairly simple and made to match the scarf. Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): This is a written pattern with an accompanying chart. Pattern Photo (optional): Three photos are attached. Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Early Intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required (specify which will supplied by designer and which by tester): This set require 550 yards of fingering weight yarn, a yarn needle, and a 3.75 mm hook (or hook necessary to obtain gauge). Testers provide their own materials. Testers may use any fingering weight yarn. I used Handmaiden Mini Maiden in Amethyst. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 5 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: Approx. 10 hours Deadline: September 7th, 2015 Tester Experience (do you want testers to have prior experience, submit references, etc.): No testing experience is necessary. I will ask to view previous projects via the Gallery or on Ravelry, Flickr, etc. Tester Responsibilities (what exactly do you want testers to do and what information do you want them to supply to you): If you are interested in testing, please reply to the thread with a link to previous projects as stated in "Tester Experience". I will contact you if you are a good fit and we will complete the test over email. I ask that my testers set aside notes about the pattern as they go along and then share those notes with me through email upon completion of the item along with a picture of their completed item. Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.): PDF reader, email address Compensation The free pattern is the compensation for this test. However, if you enjoy testing for me, know that I am eager to add more testers to my personal testing email group. After replying successfully to a simple questionnaire, my personal testers enjoy free access to my existing patterns (after two successful tests) as well as a small gift every 4 to 5 tests. Thank you!
  6. This was one of my favourite projects from last year! A friend asked me to make her some dragon scale gloves with a matching scarf; I couldn't find a free pattern at the time so I made a practice set with cheap yarn before moving onto the variegated stuff. The scarf is longer and thinner than I would normally make but thats just how she wanted it I'm really happy with how they turned out
  7. I'm quite excited to show my HOTH Unicorn scarf I've made as a request for a friend! I've made it with King Cole big value chunky yarn and cobbled together a few free patterns from ravelry. Here is my ravelry project if anyone would like to see higher resolution pictures or which patterns I used: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/PrettyPotato/easy-rounded-scoodie
  8. Just wanted to pass along one of the free patterns from my blog. Have fun with it. https://holyrollinhooker.wordpress.com/2016/11/14/bobble-and-bows-scarf/
  9. Working from a cookie afghan I designed in 2012, I made this with one of three people in mind. Not sure If I should just give it to one of them or if I should make two more. You can read more about the adventure here.
  10. Here is my Heartwarming Crochet Scarf that I crocheted using the Red Heart pattern. I used Seattle Seahawks' green for the main scarf and then blue for the trim. Fun little project that worked up quickly.
  11. Many crocheters love the texture of knit items and secretly wish for the same in their craft. Ashlyn has so much drape that it feels like knit fabric but in crochet, and it's quite easy to make. You will find the free pattern here: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2016/04/ashlyn.html Enjoy! Clotilde
  12. 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.
  13. PDDesigns Crochet will be closing our Etsy shop on Saturday March 5th. The entire etsy site, Crochet Patterns and Crocheted items are 75% off until 03/05. Coupon code: CLOSING www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsCrochet
  14. Hi, I am working on this infinity scarf: http://www.barbscrochet.com/id332.html However, I must not be reading the pattern correctly because it just seems to be multiplying with each row and becoming more fan-like instead of rectangular. I've attached a photo of the first three rows worked. I have no idea where I'm going wrong with this. Please help! Thanks, WunWun
  15. Modern Granny Scarf A granny rectangle and color-changing yarn with long color changes are all it takes to create this stunner. Mindless rounds of granny fabric make this the perfect take-along project, even for beginners. If you don’t want to use the yarn pictured, pick your favorite multi-colored yarn, or use those small balls in your stash. It’s easy to customize! Buy now
  16. Here is a quick and easy one piece cowl scarf I crocheted in team colors including Seahawks colors. Here is the link to what I call the Simple & Comfy Cowl Scarf Pattern.
  17. I made this in about 30 minutes. I needed a gift really quick. Chain entire skein of Red Heart Sashay. Find center of chain. Place center at back of neck and wrap, alternating sides leaving about 2 ft at each end. Wrap around all chains on each side and fasten with a knot. Place in gift bag. Done!
  18. Just thought I'd show you a hat and scarf set I recently finished. I love these patterns and I've made the hat several times. They're easy to whip up when I'm sitting down at night watching a little television. Pattern information is on my blog. Thanks for looking.
  19. Hi! I thought I'd post this super easy, beginner scarf pattern that I posted. I am new to posting here, so let me know if I need to do anything different! Thank you! http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=546 I'm sorry, I realized I posted this in the wrong spot. I am not sure how to delete it! So sorry.
  20. In case anyone is looking to make a quick, chunky beginner cowl...here you go! http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=285
  21. V Stitch Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern & tutorials Written pattern http://www.meladorascreations.com/v-stitch-scarf-free-crochet-pattern/
  22. 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!
  23. I have a new free crochet pattern to share. It's a basic twisted cowl scarf that you can crochet up quickly. It's an easy and basic crochet pattern that can be used as a hood or snood too. I have more pictures and the full free crochet pattern at my blog site.
  24. Birthday sale now through Feb 7, 2015 Get 10 patterns for $10 ($6.00 patterns only apply) http://www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsCrochet
  25. When I started to crochet I went to poundland for my first couple of yarns to test out and see how well I could do it, so if I failed at it and couldn't work out how to hold the yarn or the hook etc then I knew I hadn't spent money and wasted it!