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SINGLE CROCHET PUFF STITCH
(Yarn over, pull up a loop) 4 times, 9 loops on hook,
yarn over, pull thru 8 loops,
yarn over, pull thru 2 loops,
push puff to front of work, work next stitch in your pattern.
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When you have part of a skein of yarn left over after a project, wind it into a ball then put the ball of yarn and the yarn label in a ziplock so you will always know the fiber content, brand, etc. This will be useful if you want to use that yarn in a future scrap yarn project.
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You did it again! Another perfect pattern for the perfect occasion. My 5th Great Grandson was born on Nov 4, 2013. In your Dec 15 newsletter you had the perfect First Christmas Ornament. I printed it out and made it in blue and sent it off. I will be making this ornament to go with all baby gifts I make in the future. It was very easy and I was able to complete it within an hour.
Once again - Thank you and may God bless you and yours in 2014
QUESTION ABOUT THE ALPHABET AFGHAN
I recently started the pattern of the baby alphabet aghan. I am having difficulty keeping the pushed puff stitch through. I have a similar pattern with the puff stitch but it is done on the front of the item so it stays fine.
Please let me know if you can help me out. The pattern is a lot of work if only some of the stitches stay where they are supposed to be.
Thank you kindly - Linda
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Here’s a video:
that shows how I make the Single Crochet Puff Stitch.
The single crochet on either side of it makes the “puff” go away from you
so it will be on the right side of the afghan.
I’ve never had an issue of the puff stitches trying to go to the wrong side.
Hello, I'm having problems understanding the instruction for R-18, how do I end of with a total of 82 sts. Thank-you for your help!
******"Helen D" :)*******
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Rows 1-17 are all single crochet stitches. These form a rectangle.
For R18 you work all the way around the existing piece.
Chain 1, turn the work and then work one single crochet in each stitch, one single crochet
in each row end and two single crochets in each corner stitch.
There will be 16 single crochets in the stitches along the row ends and
25 stitches on the first and last rows... for a total of 82 stitches.
Thank you Lisa! The wristlet is a clever idea! Have a blessed 2014! Emmy
Re: Stitch_Question (Emma's Baby Booties)
Hello, some how I missed connecting the heel to the toe. Not sure if you know what I mean but if you do I would appreciate help. Thanks, Carol
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The heel and toe of this bootie are not joined until the Finishing section.
The ribbon is weaved through the holes on R5 of the Heel and the ch4 loops
on each side of the toe then drawn up and tied in a bow.
This joins them.
My pattern says to chain 38, SC into first stitch to join.
Row 1 : * Chain 2, DC into first stitch, DC 37 more, SC into first stitch to join then repeat 2-20
how do i join in the first stitch to join how do i do this.
Thanks This is a hot water bottle pattern to crochet i'm trying to crochet..
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Make the 38 chains... then when it says to single crochet into the first stitch to join, you
will bring both ends of the chain together to make a circle... work the single crochet in
the very first chain you made. This joins the ends.
Then for Row 1 make 2 chains, then work a double crochet into the first stitch.
Double crochet in the next 37 chains. Single crochet into the first stitch to join.
(I believe the single crochet goes in the top of the beginning chain 2)
Now repeat Row 1 for rows 2-20.
I didn't find any errors. I just wanted to thank you for the videos. It would be nice if you tube allowed more time but I really didn't mind having to watch multiples. Very easy to follow and understand. I am so glad you shared this. Thanks again
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You're very welcome Cathy.
I'm glad you enjoyed the videos.
hi i went on your site to gat gigets santa sweater but i dont see the pattern for the sweater the pattern for the hat is there and the directiuns for things to do to sweater when you get it done like the trim on the bottom but i dont see the pattern for the santa sweater . am i missing something . please help me i would love to crochet this pattern for my sisters two little dogs. thank you jeannie
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The pattern for Giget’s Santa Sweater:
is for the addition to our original Dog Sweater pattern which is on this page:
I came across this pattern the other day and decided to try it. It
came out nicely and turned out cute. I had a hard time getting Mitzi
to sit up for her photo. She likes to collapse when she doesn't like
* Mitzi *
I tried it on my other beagle and she seemed to like it,
so I'm making another for her.
Thanks for the pattern!
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I'm glad you liked the dog sweater pattern.
I have added Mitzi to The Dog House:
Thank you so much for sharing her photo!
Re: Crocheting in the round
oes the beginning of each round have to match the beg. of the last round throughout the pattern? I seem to be off somehow, but don't want to undo.
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To which pattern are you referring?
When working in a "continuous round" each new round will overlap the previous one.
I absolutely love the Emma’s Baby Booties. I printed the pattern from the http://www.crochetnmore.com/emmasbabybooties.htm location, but my copy did not include the ruffle at the top of the booties. It included the Sole, Heel, Toe instructions, but I’m missing the ruffle at the top of the booties. I made the booties this weekend, but I love the ruffle at the top.
Did I just overlook this step or is there another part of the pattern that I’m missing?
Would you please share the ruffle instructions with me?
Thank you very much! J
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R7 of the Heel forms the ruffle along the top edge of the booties.
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