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Feb 13, 2019 16:14:34   #
Kseniya Simonova is an incredible artist and joy to watch as she tells a creative story with the sand. https://biggeekdad.com/2019/02/amazing-sand-artist/
 
Feb 12, 2019 22:59:14   #
Thank you,- 'pin happy',- for these patterns,- they are interesting !.. I have downloaded "in bloom shawl-2" and I plan to knit it for sure ! I just love it the best !
Feb 12, 2019 14:22:28   #
The family got a call that the dog Bo was spotted in a field about six miles away from his home, so his owner Kyle drove out there to see if he could find Bo. Kyle film it,-funny !.. https://biggeekdad.com/2019/02/dog-makes-new-friends/
Feb 11, 2019 11:16:20   #
If you have ever dreamed of living in a castle, this mini-castle is for sale. https://biggeekdad.com/2019/02/king-of-your-castle/
Feb 10, 2019 16:26:33   #
Sharonf12 wrote:
This is not a political forum site.


I agree with you, but "she" is not a politician either !.. She has nothing else to do and can't relax , has no friends to listen !.. I shall pray for her 'twisted' mind to be healed !..
Feb 10, 2019 16:05:32   #
MzBarnz wrote:
Aren't they just the sweetest?? They'd be perfect for Barn Hunt! I've seen so many adorable patterns that are written in Russian and just sigh and wish I could speak the language. That's what I get for only taking Spanish in high school. LOL


The translation for these 'rats' are done !.. So what are you waiting for ? God luck to you !..
 
Feb 10, 2019 09:24:34   #
Thank you very much to everybody for liking my shawl,- I love it too !.. It is complicated, but comfortable and warm to the skin !.. Best wishes to everyone of you in your crafts ! Fialka.
Feb 10, 2019 09:19:46   #
It is about 26 minuts long video, but very interesting for me as I shall never travel there. https://biggeekdad.com/2019/01/a-trip-to-new-zealand/
Feb 9, 2019 19:01:27   #
Crochetnknit wrote:
Love that center design. Great job. I applaud you.


Thank you for the very kind comment about my shawl,- it is warm and very soft in touching the skin !.. But it takes a lot of time to to 'check' and 're-check' the chart to not make any mistakes !.. This pattern is not for "beginners",- that's for sure !.. Well,- I am very stubborn and pick up everything complicated to knit !.. My very best wishes to everybody in any patterns of your choices !..
Feb 9, 2019 18:31:56   #
Sorry, that you were 'forced' to figure it out by yourselves, but now you know for sure, that knitting abbreviations are different from a "love poem" with translation ! Now try my translation !.. Make a loose loop or amigurumy. Single crochet 6 sts. in it. 2nd row: (sc, two sts.from 1)repeat 3 times = 9 sts. 3rd row: (2sc., two sts. from 1) x 3 times =12 stitches. 4th row: (1 sc, two sts from 1) x 6 times=18 sts. 5th row : 18 sts (single crocheted). 6th row: 2sc, crochet 2 from one, sc, (crochet 2 sts. from 1) x 4 times sc, 2 sc from one, 8 sc +24 sts. 7&8 rows : 24 sts of sc. 9 row: 24 sc and mark the place for " sewing to the body". 10, 11 rows: 44 sc. 12 row: ( 2sc, 2sc together) x6 =18sts. At this point "stuff the head " with filling, put eyes and mouth. 13 row: (1sc, two sc together)repeat 6 times=12 sts (put more stuffing inside, if there is space left). 14 row: 2 single crochet together repeat 6 times =6 sts,- close it ! Pay attention , that the head needs to be full stuffed ! Pink yarn for bottom legs. 1) 2 sc to make a starting ring, 6 sc in this ring. 2)[ sc,(two sc in 1 sc)] repeat 3 times = 9 sts. 3) 3-6 rows 9 sc. around. 4) 7 row: 4dc, 5sc = 9 sts. 5) 8-row : 4 dc, 5 sc = 9 sts. 6) 9 row: 4 dc, 5 sc =9 sts. Grey color yarn. 10-15 rows : 9dc (it depends how long do you want to make back legs at the bottom. Pink yarn for palm of the hand : 2sc to make a ring, sc 6 in a ring. 2) (sc, 2sc in one) repeat 3 times = 9 sts. Rows 3-6 : 9 single crochet stitches. Grey yarn : 10-15 rows - 9sc(or more,if you want these longer). Upper legs : Pinc yarn for the palm of a hand : Row 1 : 2sc to make a ring,sc 6 in this ring. Row 2 : (sc, 2sc in one) 3 times = 9 sts. Row 3 : 9 sc= 9 sts. Rows 4-5 : 9 sc (you may crochet legs longer, if you want to. Ears. 1) Grey yarn : 2sc for the "ring" and 6sc in it. 2) 2 sc in each sc = 12 sts. 3) row:(sc, 2sc) repeat 6 times = 18 sts. 4)row : (2 sc, 2sc)repeat 6 times = 24 sts. Pink yarn : 1 row : 2 sc for the 'ring' and 6 sc in it. 2row : 2 sc x 6 times = 12 sts. 3 row: ( 1sc, 2sc) x 6 =18 sts. 4 row : (2 sc, 1 fb)x6 = 24 sts. 5 row: ( 3 sc, 1 fb)x 6=30 sts. The body of the mouse is knitted from top down and may be changed to your yarn and hook, used for that. 1 row:( 2sc for the' ring' and 6 sc in it.), 2 row:(sc,1 f&b) x 3 = 9 sts. 3 row: (2 sc, 1 fb) x3=12 sts. 4 row:(3 sc, 1 fb)x3=15 sts. 5 row: (4sc, 1fb)x3 = 18 sts. 6 row-10 row = 18 sts in single crochet. 11 row:( 1sc, 2sc together)x 6=12 sts. Now stuff it and sew up the edges. 12 row: 2 sc together = 6 sts and sew up the edges. The tail (pink yarn). ! row: 2 sc for the ring and 4 sc in it. 2-4 rows: 4 sc. 5 row: 1 fb, 3 sts = 5 sts. 6-11 rows = 5 sc =5 sts. 12 row=1 fb, 4 sc = 6 sts. 13-18 rows: 6sc. 19 row: 1 fb, 5 sc =7 sts. 20-26 rows = 7 sts. 27 row:1fb, 6sc = 8 sts. 28-33 rows = 8 sc=8 sts. 34 row: 1fb, 7 sc = 9 sts. 35-38rows : 9sc=9 sts. 39 row: 1 fb,8 sc =10 sts, 40-41 rows : 10 sc. That's all !.. Happy crocheting to everyone of you and don't forget to post your pictures !..
Feb 9, 2019 11:18:53   #
It suppose to be knitted from a bulky yarn, but I have used fingering instead. Here it is : At the upper edge it is 48", from top down it is 21". This pattern is charted on both sides and is 'challenging' to follow ! To say the truth,- it is not for 'beginners' !.. The color of the second picture is real,- light brown !..




 
Feb 9, 2019 09:49:03   #
MzBarnz wrote:
A fb friend shared this adorable pattern with me and of course I'm now on a quest to make one of these little guys. Someone on the internet did a Google translate of the pattern and since I've done amigurumi (sp??), I think I can figure out most of how it goes, but I do have a couple of questions. I also have a friend who speaks Russian and she's trying her best to find someone who crochets so she get the terminology correct for me. So, in the meantime, if anyone can help, I would greatly appreciate it!
In Row 5, what is "sat"? Is it the same as "sbn" (single crochet)? This is only the first part of the pattern, so I may be back asking for help as I get further along. LOL Thanks in advance! Here's a link to the translated pattern.

http://knittingday.com/7844/amigurumi-baby-rats


Legend:
VP - air loop,
ka - amigurumi ring ,
sbn - single crochet column, kill
- subtract (tie two loops together),
pr - increase (tie two out of one loop).
ssn - single crochet column.

HEAD OF THE MOUSE
1 row .... KA or 2 VP, in them 6 sbn,
2 row .... sbn, pr (repeat 3 times) = 9 loops,
3 row .... 2 sbn, pr (repeat 3 times ) = 12 loops,
4 row .... 1sbn, 1 pr (repeat 6 times) = 18 loops,
5 row .... 18 sat,
6 row .... 2 sat, pr, sbn, 4 pr, sat , pr, 8 sbn = 24 loops,
A fb friend shared this adorable pattern with me a... (show quote)


From what you had posted here it is impossible to translate correctly to what you want crocheted !.. I have read all those suggestions for helping you and none of them are good,- so they are useless !.. If you will post original abbreviations ,- I may help you !..
Feb 9, 2019 09:11:21   #
An interesting look at a couple in Australia who have turned three shipping containers into a tiny home. https://biggeekdad.com/2019/02/shipping-container-home/
Feb 9, 2019 09:07:29   #
Life is full of surprises and sometimes they are caught on camera,- 9 minutes of them ! https://biggeekdad.com/2019/02/unbelievable-moments/
Feb 8, 2019 15:16:20   #
If you need a spark of joy in your life, then you might want to get organized using the KonMari method. https://biggeekdad.com/2019/02/tidy-up-with-marie-kondo/
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