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  1. Here is my latest Aggie May round ripple blanket that was crocheted with a skein of RH in colorway Earthy along with some buff and soft navy. Center was done with some other scraps too. Total width is 45 inches wide. This is going to a local Veterans outreach program.
  2. Hello crochet friends I really love this pattern and its great for using up left over balls of yarn, Looks great in thin or thick stripes Here is the written pattern http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html I hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I did making it
  3. Hi everyone. I have started the Peppermint Throw. If anyone would like to do a CAL with this, I am currently at 12/30 on the small ones and 1/42 on large ones (rounds 1-10). I hope you all will join me! Peppermint Throw from Red Heart http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/peppermint-throw-and-pillow using Mikey's video from the Crochet Crowd https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdEyAozyBFs.
  4. Finished this yesterday... All the info is on my blog HERE.
  5. Hello, I'm new to this community and am seeking some help. I discovered a wonderful afghan on a favorite show of mine. I would love to crochet it very badly but can't find a yarn that's similar enough to the colors that I need. The pattern I can figure out (unless anyone has any ideas on that as well) I've posted a cropped picture of the afghan. I'm sorry that it's a little blurry but you can get still see the colors. I would like to find something as close as possible because all put together it's perfect for me. Thanks!!!!
  6. We have three gorgeous ripple throws! They are the subject of our 3 Colorful Ways post for April. LW4810 Radiating Ripple Throw in Red Heart Super Saver yarn LW5208 6-Color Radiating Ripple Throw in Red Heart Classic yarn LW5220 5-Color Radiating Ripple Throw in Red Heart With Love yarn
  7. We have five new free crochet patterns on our website! Click on the title of each throw to be taken to the page to download it. No sign-up required. Butterfly Throw Comforts of Home Throw Stitch a Hug Cozy Throw Corner-to-Corner Restful Throw Classic Corner-to-Corner Throw
  8. Grannies in Reverse Make 3 squares of each color, Perfect Pink, Bright Yellow, Spring Green, Orchid, and Turqua, border each square with a row of white. Total 15 squares Then change to white and make 3 white squares bordered with each color for a total of 15 squares. Finished Size – 45 x 38 With any color, ch 5; join with slip st in first ch to form a ring. Round 1 (right side): Ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), 2 dc in ring, [ch 3, 3 dc in ring] 3 times, ch 3; join with slip st in top of beginning ch. Slip stitch along top until you reach the next ch-3 space —12 dc and 4 corner ch-3 spaces. Round 2: Ch 3, dc in next 2 dc, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next corner ch-3 space, [dc in next 3 dc, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next corner ch-3 space] 3times; join with slip st in top of beginning ch – Slip stitch along top until you reach the next ch-3 space. 28 dc and 4 corner ch-3 spaces. Round 3: Ch 3, dc in next 4 dc, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next corner ch-3 space, [dc in next 7 dc, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next corner ch-3 space] 3 times, dc in last 2 dc; join with slip st in top of beginning ch. Slip stitch along top until you reach the next ch-3 space. —44 dc and 4 corner ch-3 spaces. Round 4 – 6 continue each row with same color then fasten off and change to white for Round 7. Fasten off. Stitch squares together keeping all squares of the same color in the same rows. Each row will be six squares with three colored squares with white borders, and three white squares with colored borders. Alternate colored squares with white squares to make checker board pattern. Refer to photo for guide. Border Round 1 (right side): With right side facing, join color of your choice with sc in any corner ch-3 space, 2 sc in same ch-3 space, sc evenly spaced around entire outer edge, working 3 sc in each corner ch-3 space; join with slip st in first sc. Fasten off. Round 2: With right side facing, join different color of your choice with sc in center sc of any 3-sc corner, 2 sc in same sc, sc in each sc around, working 3 sc in center sc of each corner; join with slip st in first sc. Fasten off. Round 3: With right side facing, join third color of your choice with sc in center sc of any 3-sc corner, ch 5, sc in same sc, *ch 5, skip next 3 sc, (sc, ch 5, sc) in next sc; repeat from * all the way round throw, working (sc, ch 5, sc) in each corner sc and adjusting the number of stitches skipped near corners as needed. Fasten off.
  9. I'm new to crochet, my mom taught me about 2 or 3 weeks ago and I have done wristers and a small purse to hold my cell phone.i want to work something bigger now and am starting a throw, but I'm confused. The pattern is... beg at center of throw, ch 76. Rd.1 beg in second ch from hook, sc in second ch and in each ch across to last ch; work 3 SC in last ch to turn corner; working along opposite side of beg ch, sc in rem loop of each of next 73 ch, work 2 SC in last ch, end by joining MC with a slight st in first sc. So, where I get confused is when it says sc in rem loop of each of next 73 ch, work 2 SC in last ch..... when I'm at the last ch in the beginning, do I put 3 addtl sc or 3 total, and when I work around the corner, it is the opposite side of my ch, so there are 76 ch, not 73, am I supposed to skip any ch?
  10. Hello **waves** I love mile-a-minute projects because when you make the strips they are a easy on the go project. You can also use up left over skeins / balls of yarn The written pattern is available on my website http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html I also have it as a video tutorial, thank you for reading my post and Happy Crochet ! Clare xx
  11. Hello Crochet friends ! This cute little granny square is great for making blankets The great thing about the 1st row is that is only uses a small amount of yarn. You can change colour for the popcorn round and then your main colour for the granny stitch section Use the same colour for all the popcorn rows or change use up scraps and make a beautiful scrap blanket I hope you enjoy this cute little square, thank you for taking the time to read my post Written pattern can be found here (when you click the link you will need to scroll down the page a little to find pattern) http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html
  12. I'm fairly new at crocheting but I've been looking for a pattern for a blanket that I could make. I finally found one that I really enjoy but the issue is that I want to make the guage but I'm not sure how. It's a chevron style pattern. I hope it's okay that I put the link to it, it is a free pattern. Can you guys help me figure out how to make the guage? http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/chic-chevron-throw
  13. (Big thank you to Jennifer Wolfshead for allowing me to use her photo) Hello crochet friends I love this blanket, its a fabulous pattern to use up left over balls of yarn and also a great pattern to use a planned colour theme Its an old video but a popular one and also has a free written pattern I hope you enjoy this pattern Happy Crochet, Clare xx (Big thank you to Jennifer Wolfshead for allowing me to use her photo) Written pattern can be found here http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html Here is the playlist of the videos
  14. Hello crochet friends, this pattern is great to use for a scarf, but it can also be used to make an blanket All the information you need t make it different sizes is included in the video and written pattern Another great thing about this pattern it is great to use up left over balls / skeins on yarn My written pattern is located on my website ----> http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html
  15. So I started crocheting a few months ago...made a few scarves, nothing too crazy just a bunch of sc and dc. Now I have decided I should work my way up to throws/afghans. I found this beautiful pattern on redheart that is labeled as beginner...it doesn't seem very beginner friendly but I do not want to back down from the challenge. Can anyone help me understand the directions in plainer English? Would really appreciate it. Also, I've been attempting the crossed dc...and I think I may be doing the wrong, so an tips would be fantastic! Link to pattern: http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/pdf/WR2049.pdf Thanks in advance for all the help! - Jess
  16. I did this set (Pillow, Rug, and Afghan) for my grand daughter, she loves sitting on her rug and playing with her toys there. The set has the square in softer colors, but I like the bright darker colors better. Would be great for children or in a sun room to brighten it up. It's available at http://www.sonsuray.com/afcat1.asp?type=baby
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