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Oct 18, 2019 02:31:32   #
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/search#query=Gemma%20blanket&sort=best&view=large_mobile&page=1&__viewed=699604

This one, I believe

Oops. Not the result I thought. First on the list, paid pattern on Ravelry, free on her site.
 
Oct 17, 2019 21:47:39   #
Common for calming dogs and cats, the Thundershirt is made for humans, too. They work.
Oct 17, 2019 09:13:06   #
As with ANY type of training, first you have to get their attention.
Oct 15, 2019 10:56:56   #
Would you be able to leave long floats or tie knots to add new colors (not crochet over if the color shows through) and then cover them with a solid color backing? I have several that have been double-layered by doing an edging around back-to-back squares and those are the ones I grab most often.
Oct 15, 2019 07:23:01   #
And he's thinking right back at you, "See, if I was properly fed, I wouldn't be skinny enough to fit through here." lol
Oct 15, 2019 05:26:41   #
Thank you. This is great!
 
Oct 14, 2019 19:26:41   #
And be sure to wear your tallest socks so you can stay warm on rainy days...
Oct 13, 2019 23:38:28   #
Potato Candy! My mother made the PB Spins and also a ball version that was dipped in chocolate.
And the little Czech boy is sooo cute.
Oct 12, 2019 16:20:52   #
I like this chart because it shows rounds in different colors. And if you crochet right to left, you just follow the color row counterclockwise to where it goes up to the next color, most often with an upright chain to start the new round.

If you crochet left-handed, you can turn the chart upside down and still move counterclockwise around the chart to use the symbols in the pattern order. Your piece will look a little different from the way the chart is oriented but you will still be able to use the chart if you don't readily have flipping capabilities to reprint it.
Oct 12, 2019 12:20:53   #
Three upright ovals just under the first dot (righthand first dot) are the ch3 you do to start the round, then 2dc, then ch3 to go around the corner, etc.
After you do the whole round (and come back to that standup ch3) you are going to sl st into the top of the ch3 and do 3 more sl sts to slide you into position to do the ch3 + dc2 to get the next round ready to go.
Does that help or should I try again?
Oct 12, 2019 10:53:46   #
Things look a little different on the northern prairie. But the wind is easing and one of our interstates has reopened so the storm is abating.


 
Oct 11, 2019 10:46:20   #
This is the chart I use for teaching crochet charts.


Oct 10, 2019 09:29:41   #
When I shop this way, I refer to the purchase as "accidental". I've come home with a microwave and a car this way (among other things - - like YARN!).
Oct 10, 2019 09:04:53   #
charbaby wrote:
Watching all them fall is kind of like ripping out a big project you've decided you don't like.


Exactly what I was thinking - - domino frogging!
Oct 10, 2019 08:33:54   #
Another source of rubber pieces for jar openers is a whoopie cushion from the party goods department. Two layers = two openers so you can share with a friend.
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