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Sep 22, 2012 20:34:10   #
What do you spin most in animal hair?
 
Sep 22, 2012 20:18:51   #
There is only one page worth (for now) on Knitting Paradise:
http://www.knittingparadise.com/search.jsp?q=potato+chip+scarf&u=&s=0
Sep 22, 2012 20:02:32   #
Just got back from family reunion...Uncle Marion expressed STRONG interest in the size 11/12 socks I'd finished. Seriously thinking about one or more size 9/10 pairs for him and Aunt Joyce in attractive variegated yarn (maybe 1-4 weight?).

I have to get to another computer with the trip photos as I have the Canon software for it...no SD card reader available. I will most certainly be including the photo of the pair I've finished as they are VERY closely matched in the striping of colors.
Sep 22, 2012 17:00:57   #
dwnsouthdar wrote:
I am sure this was asked before but, here goes. Is there a conversion chart for English sizing and American size needles?
Fully expanded Chart
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PDF format of the same chart
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Sep 22, 2012 16:44:40   #
Mary Smith wrote:
I give up - the link brings me to the site it is posted on meaning this site - this post.


The below is what I got...via another tab in Mozilla Firefox 15.
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Sep 22, 2012 14:02:31   #
You'll have to be a member of Pinterest:
pinterest.com/noryne/crochet-sweaters/
(yes folks, there IS one site I'm not a member of <G>)

EPixie wrote:
I bought a couple of skeins of Baby Bee yarn at Hobby Lobby, simply because I loved the pattern for the "pink tunic" sweater that comes on the band. I'm knitting it for my granddaughter. However, as I've started knitting, I've realized the pattern is incorrect. Has anyone made this sweater? I've tried to find it on line hoping there may be corrections, but I haven't had any luck. Any help I can get will be greatly appreciated!
 
Sep 22, 2012 13:41:15   #
m2hvnfn wrote:
If anyone is interested I do have a pattern re-write for the Ugg boots in an adult size!


PDF conversion of Adult pair below.
Adult Ugg boots in PDF
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Sep 22, 2012 13:35:55   #
sandyP wrote:
Here are some jar lid covers

http://www.karpstyles.com/crochet/jarlid.html#.UF2h_pEayK0

http://www.crochetnmore.com/widemouthjarlidcover.html
And this one .... You need to join this site to download pattern but it is free to join
http://www.freepatterns.com/detail.html?code=FC00738&cat_id=318
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Sep 22, 2012 01:49:13   #
http://thelaughingwillow.blogspot.com/2010/02/beaded-glass-jar-cover.html


LaviniaRiverina wrote:
Some months ago,I saved a picture on the computer for these beaded jar covers.
Does anyone have the pattern or know of where I could obtain it please?
Sep 22, 2012 01:43:21   #
LaviniaRiverina wrote:
Hi,I am looking for Christmas Coaster patterns from the Crochet Collector's Series published by The Needlecraft Shop a number of years ago.
They were done in red,white and green.


Cannot guarantee The Needlecraft Shop source but here are three links for "Christmas" Coasters:
http://bynumber19.com/2011/12/08/christmas-bell-coaster-free-crochet-pattern/
http://www.crochetnmore.com/christmastreecoaster.htm
http://whiskersandwool.blogspot.com/2010/11/christmas-wreath-coaster-free-pattern.html
Sep 22, 2012 01:14:30   #
That's why you have the rest of us for moral support. Do you think EVERY project turns out perfect the very first time you work on it? I STILL have to look back at about.com for crochet stitches...I've been crocheting over 20 years.

We're not all in the medical field...but we still have to practice the unusual stitches depending on pattern. I don't want to hear about the 'age' complaint. Look up on http://www.about.com , http://www.lionbrand.com , or http://www.knittingfool.com for various stitch instructions...there is a search window on the first two websites that I am certain about.

judy sindon wrote:
do you put the one on the right on a cable needle? and then knit the second stitch, I just don't get it at all. When I knit through the back and bring it forward as to take it off the needle, it is a mess and I don't know how or where to put the needle for the knit 2 tog. I guess I am just to old for this stuff. : (
Judy
 
Sep 22, 2012 01:05:07   #
If I'm doing a Granny square or rug...it looks better to crochet through BOTH loops so that it doesn't matter which side is up. When you're doing a center rose it DOES matter which loop to grab with the tip of your crochet hook.
Sep 22, 2012 00:56:49   #
We'll talk after you've slept off half of that you poor dear. <snicker!>
Sep 22, 2012 00:44:49   #
m2hvnfn wrote:
AmyKnits wrote:
So cute. I have a bunch of Bernat Pipsqueak yarn in pink that would look great knitted up in this pullover for my new Niece arriving in October. I will be making the Booties to match! How cute.

Where did you find the hat pattern? The sweater has a hood, but I like hats on babies and so does the Mom.


You can definitely leave the hat off the pattern ... just replace with whatever neck edge/collar that you like ... I used a rolled edge so didn't have to add much. Here is the pattern for the hat. I got it from the "knitty gritty" archives ... hard to get into the files, but I did find a way. Let me know if you can' download the document file and I can e-mail it to you. It is in a word 7 file ... I tried to convert it to a pdf but my computer is not cooperating. Enjoy!!
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Sep 22, 2012 00:36:52   #
Patty Sutter wrote:
Try Annie's Ayyic, they have babies in 5", 8", & 10".


Make that http://www.anniescatalog.com/
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