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  1. Hello everyone! My name is Asher. Recently I became an affiliate with Amazon. What this means is that I help sell stuff for Amazon in exchange for a small commission. After looking over recent demographics, I have found knitting and crochet to be incredibly in demand activities. Thus, I built a website specifically for selling knitting and crochet products. We have many different kinds of hooks and needles, a large selection of yarn, and a few books to help you learn more about the art. These products are mighty cheap and they aren't going to be around forever! If you are interested in purchasing these products, my website is: https://knittingloversnet.wordpress.com If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask! Thank you!
  2. greyhoundgrandma

    2017 Stashbusting CAL

    2017 Stashbusting CAL This is a continuation of last year's game. With the start of the new year, you get to start with ZEROS for your point scores. If you want, keep your 2016 score in your signature to remind you to "Do Better". Here are the general rules: Please sign up to this thread. I will be putting all the names at the end of this post so that we know who's playing. Also, please put a line in your signature for Stashbusting score. Example: WTD=+5 YTD=+27. Please post your scores by Midnight on Saturday, so that the scorekeeper can pick them up. Shortly after that, the scorekeeper will be tallying the scores and posting them on Sunday. Please make your score easy to be seen. Large numbers and pretty colors really help. Example: WTD=+7 YTD=-9 WTD= week to date and YTD = Year to date. First (gold), second (silver) and third (bronze) will be noted on the scorekeeping list on Sunday, along with all the other scores. If you have the largest total in receiving yarn and not using it up, it is called the "Shoot the Moon" award. The "Shoot the Moon" winner from the previous week will be responsible for posting the scores the following week. If the "Shoot the Moon" winner is not available to post the scores, please contact greyhoundgrandma as early as possible so that scores can be posted in a timely manner. The scorekeeper should post by 12 noon Eastern Time on Sunday. If it will be posted at another time, due to work, church, etc., please notify the group so that they will know when to expect their scores. Scorekeeping For every skein of yarn you use up completely, you get two (2) points. For every skein of yarn that you roll into a ball, you get one (1) point. For every ball of yarn you use up, you get one (1) point. For every skein of yarn you buy, receive, or inherit, you lose two (2) points. For every ball of yarn you buy, receive, or inherit, you lose one (1) point. A skein of yarn is a brand new bundle that you have bought at a store or its equivalent. If you roll it into smaller cakes or balls, it will still count as two (2) points when you use them completely. You count points for yarn that you use in crocheting, knitting, crafting or give away. This is an on-going CAL. Feel free to join at any time! When you start playing with us for the first time, you DON'T COUNT what's in your stash. For many of us, that would be impossible. You get points when you use up what's in your stash or lose points when you add to your stash. Your first scores will be posted January 7th, and the first list of scores will be posted on January 8th for the week ending on January 7th. If you have any questions just post them to the thread. Good luck with your stashbusting! 2017 Stashbusters: Addicted2patterns Cesa Charis Crafty Witch Ellie 13 greyhoundgrandma howieann Inkked0317 jessicali ladychris2010 MalisaMeesa Montessorimom PBLKNP pineknott PinkGlitter yarnscrapper
  3. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm making a doll right now which I want to have loose curls. Various articles says to curl the yarn around something then use glue to keep it in place. Bit hesitant to do that as I would imagine that would leave the "hair" feeling rock hard. I was thinking the best idea would be to split the yarn but not sure if the wisps would stay. What would you say would be the best option? Thank you in advance
  4. Most of the crochetting I do is amigurumis. I buy red heart because it is easy to find, cheap and I think it's stiffness is actually a plus for the toys. I have noticed difference in quality depending on the color, some could be very plasticky and some felt nicer. But the last two balls had slightly different thicknesses, enough to ruin my project. It was a very small doll. It was a promised gift so I modified the pattern a bit and it looks odd but ok, but now I am left with all this yarn that I can't combine well with other yarns of the same brand. Has anyone had that problem before? I know it is not a very fine yarn but, given how artificial and "industrial" it looks, I expected it to least not vary in thickness.
  5. Hello there everyone! My name is Bre and I am the proud owner of a brand new indie-dyed yarn shop called "This Is How I Dye Yarn and Fiber." We specialize in natural fibers and we try to keep our prices as low as possible. We believe that everyone should have access to quality fiber! This shop has been operating for just a couple of weeks now so your support is needed! Give us a like on Facebook and Etsy. We will be doing some promotional events in the coming weeks so make sure to follow us so you can get in on the fun! Here is an image of one of my personal favorite colorways that we offer called "Pretty In Punk!" Thanks for reading and we hope to see you around!!!
  6. Hi! I am new to crocheting and had a question about yarn. I am making a baby blanket that calls for 300g soft acrylic, 4 ply worsted weight yarn. I was wondering if I could substitute this wool yarn for the acrylic- https://www.craftsy.com/knitting/supplies/cascade-220-superwash-yarn/32069 Will it make the same size baby blanket? Also, when it says, "Weight 100," does that mean 100 grams? Thanks! I really appreciate the help! Here is a link to the pattern: http://www.jaydainstitches.com/resources/Baby_Blanket_in_Fan_Stitch.pdf
  7. Hi, everyone! My name is Paula and I'm pretty new to crochet! I have been teaching myself how to crochet since this past summer and I swear I learn something new every day! I have learned the most from watching Youtube video tutorials! I find them easier sometimes to learn from them than an actual pattern but I am getting better at reading patterns, I just like to follow along with a video to help in case I get stuck! No one in my family was ever into crafts, let along knitting or crochet and I've always wanted to learn crochet and how to quilt. My first project was a gray C2C which is sitting on the back of my couch! Since then, I have made a couple more c2c's as gifts, a beautiful shells blanket, 2 cosy stripe blankets, 8 messy bun hats, 6 different kinds of scarves, fingerless gloves and a pom-pom hat! I usually have a few projects going at the same time and always have a tote bag ready to take to doctor appointments etc. This week I was approached to sell my latest throw blanket and I am still quite in shock that someone liked it that much and they were willing to pay for it! I had no clue as to what to charge for it, so I asked a few people in my facebook crochet groups and as always they were beyond helpful and very supportive! Money has been very tight for my family lately, so the money I made off the blanket really came in handy! It took me just over 2 weeks to complete the blanket and I only spent about $25 in yarn because I ordered a color pack with 17 skeins from a store in the UK! When I named my price of $150 for the throw blanket, I was certain she was going to try and talk me down and maybe even say that was too expensive but she didn't do any of that- she just said, "OK, great!" She told me that she is opening a shop in a very pricey shopping area and wants to use the blanket in her storefront window-Talk about exciting! lol I am looking forward to being a part of this group & getting to know you all!
  8. ISO Red Heart Preference Candy Yarn. This is an old yarn & was discontinued long ago.(was in my Gram's stash ) I love the color & am looking for any I can find. I made a baby mermaid cocoon with it, came out awesome! Thanks!
  9. elblogdelcrochet

    Useful yarn bowl

    Hi! How are you? Happy sunday for all of you. Welcome to this special tutorial that I prepared for you. The best way to start a day is making this. I am going to teach you how to make a Yarn Bowl that is very beautiful and useful at crochet or knit time. See the tutorial here: ↓↓↓ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAH64RQj3pU The necessarily materials: *100/150 g of cold porcelain. *A mold that can be a bowl. *Scissor. *Oil or flour. For colour it: *Acrylic paint (If we want a uniform color, add it to the beginning). *Coffee + Vinilic glue (When dry, apply two hands with the aid of a brush. This will give you a feeling of wood). *A Brush. Show me your creations using #CraftyDomingos or #CraftySundays in any social media, so I can see it. Thank you for all your comments and messages that I receive during the week. Don't forget! Share the video and subscribe to my YouTube Channel, I need it. The tutorial was made by my son. Special thanks to my subscriber and follower miu_kokoro for helped me to made the porcelain. Greetings and blessings.
  10. Hello all! I am very new to crocheting and am in need of some assistance with a blanket. I would love to make a replica of this (I've attached a few photos of the blanket in question) but I cannot figure out what kind of yarn this is. This was a gift to my family from a friend of ours about 12 years ago. I'd love to know if anyone can identify the type of yarn that was used for this. It is a very heavy blanket (we call it the coma quilt - it is certain that you will fall asleep when you have it on top of you). I've reached out to our friend about it but she cannot remember what kind of yarn she used. I'd really appreciate any help you can give me. I know it might be hard to identify yarn without touching it in person - but any information would be great. Thank you so much! ~ Jenny
  11. TheLaughingFox

    A pair of bunnies with beanie hats

    Hello everyone. I hope you are all doing well. I made a pair of bunnies. The first in a long line of new bunnies that I have come up with. I recently created a facebook page to display all the creations I have made over the years. If you want to see them here is the link. https://www.facebook.com/The-Laughing-Fox-1056913717726349/ If you like what you see, please like my page. I need 25 people to like it so I can get a dedicated link. Thanks all.
  12. Hello. My grandma passed away last March and left behind a half knitted blanket that she was makingredients for my sister. I wanted to finish it for her, but I'm not sure I have enough yarn to and the yarn I do have is unlabeled.I found a pattern that seems to be what she was using and it says that it uses "coats and clark's red heart worsted" but searching that lead to no avail. Can anyone help me find this yarn? If you need anymore information about it let me know, and thanks ☺ (Ps I know this blanket isnt crochet but help a sistah out?)
  13. Andrea Shepherdson

    Help with Yarn.

    Hi, I am new here and are just learning to crochet. I am from New Zealand and we have quite a small selection of reasonable priced yarn. I have been looking to purchase some from Amazon or another online shop, but are unsure of the quality of the yarns they offer, as most of these are available in the states I was wondering if your guys could let me know what yarn products are nice and soft and good value for money, this will give me a good idea of what I should order. Thanks for any info you are able to pass on to me. Andrea
  14. Paul Sherry

    Need to find the yarn

    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!!!!
  15. I'm thinking of making a crochet sweater as my next project but the pattern suggests a 75% cotton, 25% viscose yarn in DK weight. What would be the benefit of using a yarn with viscose in? How would the result differ from using 100% cotton? Thank you
  16. crochetbug13

    Eight crochet baskets

    I made these for an 8 cubby Ikea Expedit shelving unit. Here is my blog post about finishing the 8th basket, and here is a group photo:
  17. Hi there! So a while back I attempted to make some children's gloves Halloween-themed [as it was mid-October] just to try my hand at graphing, and I've also been interested in doing a graph-gan or two [if I ever get this granny-square blanket done]. However, I'm curious on something. What I noticed when attempting the gloves was that anywhere I was constantly switching colors, the gloves were thicker since I was carrying the yarn. But I disliked carrying the yarn as well because I was using orange and black, and the carried yarn liked to show up underneath. So what I wanted to ask was: for graph crochet, is it better to carry colors or to not carry colors? Which do you prefer, and which tends to be easier? Is there even a way to do a graph-gan without carrying colors, and if so, how? Thank you for all of the wonderful help! -Sammie
  18. Hi! I want to make some baby dungarees but I don't know what yarn to go for! The pattern specifies DK but I don't know whether to go for a soft acrylic or cotton? Any advice? They are for a 18 month old child.
  19. Hello all! Looking for some help! I'm a teacher, and I may start teaching an afterschool class at my school with crochet. It would be potentially 2nd grade-middles school ages. I'm pretty comfortable with how to teach and in what order (thinking I'm going to start with chains and see how it goes). What I'm really looking for is specific recommendations for yarn and hook size. The kids will be picking the yarn up before class, so I'm looking for a yarn that is readily available at a chain store like JoAnn Fabrics or A.C. Moore. Doesn't have to be the absolute cheapest available, but not expensive, available in a variety of colors (I'll tell them to pick a light color). It also can't be wool (allergies). Any ideas? If anyone has other recommendations about a specific pattern (probably going to start with chain, go to single crochet and make a simple scarf) or ideas for teaching them how to position hands correctly, I'd certainly love to hear that as well! Thanks so much!
  20. bobwilson123

    Corner to Corner Granny Square

    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
  21. Hi all, I am new to the site and somewhat new to crocheting as well and have come here for some help after rudely being kicked out of a facebook group for asking for help . I am making an awareness ribbon shawl for my mom for Christmas. I've already picked out the yarn which is a 4 (Medium) and is said to be the same as the Red Heart Super saver that was used in the instructions I am using. I tried my first 5 or 6 rows but found that the awareness ribbons weren't very clear. They looked more like x's. So I went back and read the needed sized hook and found that I got a 3.50mm instead of a 3.75mm hook. I thought I'd just go out and by the next size up but then found out that my yarn calls for a 5mm hook. Do I need to change yarns or hook? And if the hook, what size? Any help is greatly appreciated since my last group experience led me to tears. I can add the link to the pattern if it will help but don't want to break any rules so if someone needs to see it let me know!
  22. 20GT

    Yarns worth?

    Hi my mom crochets. We have recently moved her into our house becausedshe is in the beginning stages of dementia. She has amassed alot of yarn and I mean a lot. People have given it to her or she has inherented or bought it. We want to sell it and use the money to buy yarn as needed because nowsshe is home based at my house but is visiting relatives alot. How do I price it?
  23. AngelaScarano

    Hello!

    Just wanted to ask what is a good yarn for crocheting hats!! I used vannas choice but was wondering what else I should try. Wool maybe but what brand? Thanks!!!
  24. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Crocheted Cable stitch headband/headwrap Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): written with photographs Pattern Photo (optional): yes Skill Level: Beginner to intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required : cotton yarn, tapestry/yarn needle and 3 pearl type beads (supplied by testers) Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 2 hours Deadline: August 6, 2014 but is flexible Tester Experience (do you want testers to have prior experience, submit references, etc.): Experienced crocheters and inexperienced especially since it is a beginner pattern Tester Responsibilities :Test pattern (written instructions) for errors, grammar, punctuation, ambiguous wording, ease of use, and provide input/feedback. THis is my first written pattern. • Test sizing and provide feedback. Please do not make adjustments or changes without discussing with the designer first. • Please create project page for posting FO photos and linking to pattern page when available Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.): Microsoft word Compensation Please specify what compensation you are offering to pattern testers: Free copy of pattern
  25. This is more of a yarn-related question. I like to write and do reviews for books and movies, but recently, I thought I would review some yarn, but I really wasn't sure what I should talk about besides color and texture. So, my question is, what aspects of the yarn should be talked about in a yarn review? Here's a link to my review (as you can see, it's not very detailed). Any help and feedback would be appreciated! http://www.sleepyhollowstreet.com/2015/06/camelot-dyeworks-review.html
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