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  1. Hi!! I need help! I found a slipper sock pattern that i love. I made some for my daughter whose 18 months.. my problem is my husband liked them too.. how do i make something almost triple the size?? Like is there a formula or do i just kinda wing it? Hes got huge feet and all the patterns ive found for mens slippers we dont like.
  2. I'm new to this site and I have a general sizing question. I want to crochet a dress for Christmas for a 12 month size girl. I found a cute pattern but it's for 3 to 6 months. I would really appreciate it if someone can explain how to figure out how to make the pattern work for 12 months? If not, or if too complicated, does anyone have a pattern that would work for a 12 month baby girl? I've looked everywhere I can think of. I'm fairly experienced but I would try anything anyone can suggest.
  3. I am going to crochet a shawl for a 12 to 18 month old baby but I'm not sure how many chains to do for the neck, does anyone have any recomendations ?
  4. I am designing a hoodie and am indecisive of sizes, in a previous womans pattern I used XS - 5XL but in a mens pattern I only used S - 2XL, what would you do?
  5. I am considering making something where the sizing is based on bust size. Well in the one pattern the dude is 34 and the next size is a 42. I am a 39. I am wondering do I just deal with it being too small or too big. Or just keep keep looking for something in my size. This would be my first garment. Any tips,tricks and advice are greatly appreciated
  6. Desiree


    Hi, I am working on a pattern from the April 2012 issue of Craft 'n Things. The name of the pattern is Crochet Flowers & Lace Jumper by Shannon Mullet-Bowlsby for Caron International. The pattern can be worked in 5 sizes by year: 2 years (4 years, 6 years, 8 years, 10 years). I chose to make the jumper for a 2 year old. I have begun shaping the armholes at Row 8. It reads like this: Row 8 (10, 13, 19, 22): Ch1, etc.... I completed this row once and came out with the right amount of stitches-41. It reads like this: 41 (44, 47, 50, 53) sts. I did not follow the numbers in the parenthesis because I know I would use those if I were to make the jumper for an older child respectively. The problem that I am having is with Row 9. It reads like this: Row 9 (11, 14, 20, 23) -18 (22, 25, 31, 35): Ch1, etc..... I need help in how to proceed with Row 9. Also if I were to upsize it how would I follow the directions. Thanks for your help. Desiree
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