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  1. This link was in today's CrochetKim email. It's pretty enough to make me tempted to try thread again. https://www.draiguna.com/2019/10/winter-realm-snowflake.html
  2. http://www.womanmateandmother.com/2017/11/12/crochet-snowflake-sweater-instructions/ fairly quick pattern. The snowflake blocks make it look much more difficult than it really is.
  3. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Newborn sized dress done in snowflake motifs, and crochet thread (but don't let that scare you away! The stitching is simple, with sc, hdc, dc, htrc, and maybe a few trc). The dress was originally designed with Disney's Queen Elsa in mind (from the movie Frozen). Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): Written pattern, with lots of pictures. Pattern Photo (optional): Can be seen on my facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/FamilyBugs/photos/a.165008696925751.38068.149171735176114/619073261519290/?type=1&theater) Skill Level: Not quite beginner, but not intermediate either. Uses basic crochet stitches, but with a tiny hook and thread...let's go with easy. Yarn/Material/Tools Required (specify which will supplied by designer and which by tester): I will provide the pattern (of course), and the tester must supply crochet thread size 10 (in two colors, I have done mine in blue and white), crochet hook size 0, satin ribbon is optional, and seed beads are optional. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 2 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 1 month Deadline: May 10th Tester Experience (do you want testers to have prior experience, submit references, etc.): No previous testing experience is needed. Tester Responsibilities (what exactly do you want testers to do and what information do you want them to supply to you): Double check my counting. Make sure I use the same abbreviations throughout the pattern. Make sure that we are getting the same finished measurements. So that it will fit a newborn, and not a 6-mo-old. All of the steps and instructions make sense and can be followed. Any other opinions about the pattern itself (maybe you have an idea that might work better than what I have written out). Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.): Able to download and read pdfs. Compensation Please specify what compensation you are offering to pattern testers (none, free copy of final pattern, monetary fee, etc.). Free copy of final pattern, and first opportunity to test any future dresses that I will design.
  4. Starting Cluster: Ch 2, [yo and draw up loop, yo and bring through 2 loops on hook] 2 times, yo and bring through all three loops on hook. A couple of months ago, Autumn and Emma from the Yahoo Sisters of the Snowflake group asked if I might consider designing an exclusive snowflake for the group. That got me started thinking I probably ought to do exclusive snowflakes for the Crochetville and Ravelry snowflake groups, too. I've been trying to keep a Snowflake Along thread alive here in the CAL category, and I'd like to see it keep going, even if the group isn't extremely active outside of winter. I believe there is no such thing as too many crocheted snowflakes or too many free crocheted snowflake patterns! Crocheted snowflakes make awesome gifts, gift toppers, decorations, window decorations, card embellishments and clothing/accessory applique. Some people would rather have crocheted snowflakes than real snowflakes. Me -- I love winter, and I love snowflakes, real or not. So here's an exclusive snowflake just for Crochetville: Village Snowflake Instructions Special Stitches Starting Cluster: Ch 2, [yo and draw up loop, yo and bring through 2 loops on hook] 2 times, yo and bring through all three loops on hook. Cluster: [Yo and draw up loop, yo and bring through 2 loops on hook] 3 times, yo and bring through all four loops on hook. Make magic ring. Round 1: Starting cluster in ring, * ch 8, sl st in 6th ch from hook, ch 2, cluster in ring; repeat from * 4 times; ch 2, 1 dc in starting cluster to form final ch 4 sp of round, ch 2, dc around post of dc just made to form final ch 6 loop of round. Pull magic circle tight, but leave opening big enough to allow stitches inside it to lay flat. Round 2: Starting cluster in loop just made, ch 10, sl st in 6th ch from hook, ch 4, * cluster in next ch 6 loop, ch 10, sl st in 6th ch from hook, ch 4; repeat from * around 4 times; sl st in starting cluster. Round 3: 1 sc in same starting cluster, * ch 6, cluster in next ch 6 loop, ch 6, 1 sc in next cluster; repeat from * around 5 times, omitting last sc of final repeat, sl st in starting sc. Round 4: 1 sc in same sc, ch 7, 1 sc in next cluster, ch 7, 1 sc in next sc; repeat from * around 5 times, omitting last sc of final repeat; sl st in starting sc. Round 5: Ch 10 (counts as 1 dc and ch 8), 1 sc in next sc, ch 8, 1 dc in next sc, * ch 2, 1 dc in same sc (V-stitch made), ch 8, 1 sc in next sc, ch 8, 1 dc in next sc; repeat from * around 4 times; 1 dc in 2nd ch of starting ch 10 to form last V-stitch of round. Round 6: Starting cluster in same V-stitch, * ch 10, 1 dc in next sc, ch 5, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in next ch, 1 hdc in next ch, 1 dc in next ch, 1 dc in same sc, ch 10, cluster in next V-stitch; repeat from * around 5 times, omitting last cluster of final repeat; sl st in starting cluster; bind off. Weave in ends. ETA: forgot to add special stitches
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