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  1. Hello. My name is Mary and I'm from Albuquerque in New Mexico. I've been crocheting for more than 30 years. I enjoy all types of projects but love to create afghans and thread tablecloths and doilies. I have a small business called "Feelin' Crafty Yarnworks" where most of my completed projects land, but mostly I enjoy sharing what I'm working on with the world. Here are a couple of projects I've completed. Looking forward to engaging in this forum.
  2. Can everyone keep a look out for the patterns of the links I have attached? I found the pictures on sites that are not in english while surfing the internet I translated what pages I could but there is not any mention of a pattern. I am in the process of crocheting a Christmas village and would love to have a nativity scene to go along with it. These would be perfect or something very similar to them. Thanks and Happy New Year. http://polki.pl/dom/aranzacje-wnetrz,dziergane-aniolki-elzbiety-pawelec,10031253,7,galeria.html#gallery
  3. Hi Crocheters, I've made some snowflakes for gifts when I visit my sister during the holidays. Six each for a neighbor, a lovely 90 year old and for my sister. Try as hard as I could the pictures do not show that there is silver glitter on them but I'm sure with the twinkling lights on the tree that they will show. I followed a tip and used equal parts of white glue and water (plus the silver glitter) and after pinning the snowflakes onto the cardboard, I painted each, they dried really stiff and great!! Thanks for looking!!
  4. I have a free pattern on my blog today for tiny carrots. They go with my bunny pattern which I posted in the 'patterns for sale' forum. Free Carrot Pattern Here: http://mossmountain.blogspot.com/2016/03/free-carrot-crochet-pattern.html
  5. JudyithB

    Girly Girl Cuff

    I just posted three patterns for sale here in Crochetville... Girly Girl has been the most popular so far. I think that the black one (with all those options) is a fun steampunk version of it while the white one goes better for the shabby chic or lagenlook (layered or prairie chic) style. http://www.crochetville.com/community/files/file/536-girly-girl-cuff-pattern/
  6. These naughty little kittens will dress up your windows for sure! It's worked in the filet stitch and lacet stitch,with thread. If you would like the free charts, one has the lacet the other is straight filet, go here: Cats Playing in the Curtains Maria
  7. Hi all! I just want to show my doily I finished this year, and it's my 3rd one, and this is the only one I currently own! My crochet items end up given away most of the time. I really like the colors of my 3rd! : http://chiescrochetandknitting.blogspot.com/2014/06/this-is-my-3rd.html
  8. I found this picture on Pinterest but the link doesn't lead to the instructions. Would love to find instructions so that I can finish my wedding outfit. The skirt is almost finished and I wll be ready to start on the top. Thank you for any assistance.
  9. Hi. I've been crocheting for the last 2 or 3 years - mostly throws and clothes for my grandchildren and I'm now really enjoying trying thread crochet and I'm teaching myself to crochet doileys. I am working my way through some of Patricia Kristoffersen's 99 Little Doilys & have got stuck on no 96 round 3 (& other rounds as I look ahead). At the end of round 2 you do a sc into the first sc of previous round making a ch-2 sp & then round 3 says -- ch1, sc in last ch-2 sp made and in next sc, sc in next ch-2 sp, ch2, work FPdtr etc etc. My question is how to sc in the last ch-2 sp made. Does it mean the sp made by the end of round 2? Do I turn the work or do a reverse sc? I need to work this out as I can see that many patterns have this instruction & I'm having to avoid trying them until I know what to do. I'd be very grateful if some one can help me. Many thanks.
  10. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Braided Bracelet Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): written with two pictures Pattern Photo (optional): two pictures are included in the pattern Skill Level: Beginner/Easy (only need to know how to chain, single crochet and slip stitch Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Size 3 cotton thread (one ball), Size 0/3.25mm Steel hook, any two 1/2" shank buttons. All materials need to be provided by the tester Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: This bracelet was completed in one evening, so at 3-4 hours. Deadline: April 26, 2014 Tester Experience: You do not have to have previous testing experience, as long as you have pattern reading experience, and can make clear notes. Tester Responsibilities: I would like testers to be capable of making notes/suggestions/changes for any mistakes as you work through the pattern, and send a picture of the completed bracelet. Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.): pdf reader Compensation I can provide you will a free copy of the final pattern Thank you! Please reply or send a private message if you are interested, and I can send you the pattern.
  11. Here is my thread crocheted Easter Basket. It is just big enough for one special egg. Make a buch of em in dif colors and hang on branches... This is my first original pattern, but I will post it if anyone is interested.
  12. hi! i would like to ask on how can i make my crochet thread project "stiff" or "flat" and not "wrinkled" or "curly" all over..... (sorry for my english i don't know the exact words to describe it... ) i tried making a motif but it's not flat. do i need to spray something on it to achieve the appearance i want? i'm using a steel hook 7 and i think my thread yarn is 10 (the label doesn't say anything about size of yarn) cotton i'd like to try one of these::
  13. Made this for my great niece, beautiful! Pattern purchased from Maggie's Crochet.
  14. I just created an IPAD for Halloween as part of a costume or maybe your kids have been bugging you for an IPad for Christmas?... I had my hubby model it, what do you think?
  15. I am looking for a pattern for seashell in thread. I would like to have a pattern to do thread crochet over a rock, as seen on Etsy. I've done this kind of crochet with doily type patterns, but I really like the seashells too. I can almost make out the pattern by looking at the pictures, but not quite.
  16. I have been looking at [link removed] for a peter pan collar on Pinterest. It's in Japanese but it has a chart, but the chart seems very confusing to me! I have started this project in the hope it might be better in practice but I can 't see how to get o the next row after the second set of chaining. this may be a long shot but hopefully you can help me make this beautiful collar. xx
  17. Hi all, I created this pattern some time ago and decided to make a few more pairs of this earrings. The thread was hand-dyed cotton. let me know what you all think. Thanks.
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