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EXTENDED SINGLE CROCHET (ESC)
Insert hook in next
yo, draw a loop through (2 loops on hook),
yo, draw through one lp on the hook (2 loops still on hook),
yo, draw through both loops on the hook.
ILLUSTRATED BASIC CROCHET INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE BEGINNER:
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Keep all of your yarn scraps!
That way if you decide to make a pattern that requires a small amount of a certain color of yarn you can get it from your stash instead of having to purchase an entire skein for such a small amount.
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page is compilation of uses for scrap yarns:
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I want to thank you so much for taking the time to reply to my email request. These patterns are awesome and I will look and try some of them alpha patterns.
I have another request if you can help. I have been looking for a “onesie” crochet pattern but all I found was one online but it was for a preemie size. Do you know of a pattern with a regular 3-6 or 6-9 months size? If so, I would love to have it to make for my “1st grandbaby” soon to come. Lol
Thanks again for your help.
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I have found a couple of onesie patterns.
This one seems more like a cover-all to me but I think you
could leave off the legs/arms if you wanted to.
and this one says it’s for a preemie but it has instructions on how
to make it newborn size:
Hope this helps. I’m glad I could help you... sometimes I’m quicker
to reply than other times :0)
I didn’t find an error but I have a question.
Do you carry the cc on the back?
Or just drop it until you need it?
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I carry the unused color along the top of the stitches
as I work and I drop the CC where it will be needed again
on the way back on the next row.
I was wondering why no pictures are coming up on your site . I get them on other sites but yours.
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I have no idea... I can see the pictures.
How many chains do you start with?
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This afghan begins with 4 chains.
R1: Ch4, (work all of the following sts in the 4th ch from the hook)
2dc * Ch1, 3dc.
Rep from * twice more.
Ch1. Join with sl st in top of beg ch4.
RE: The Yarn Market Place
God Bless ! your site is neat.
I ordered and received confirmation on 10 cones of Delft Blue Sugar N
Cream cotton yarn
from The Yarn Market Place. The company operating or utilizing The Yarn
Market Place online site is
Fascinations Worldwide Marketing Inc.
There is no contact information or tracking number in the conformation
Do you know any thing about either of these entities - where they are
Many Thanks, Kathaleen
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I recently had another viewer ask me about this company as they too had
a problem with their order. I have removed their link from my Resources
page because of these problems.
Yarn Marketplace.com is registered to:
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PO Box 459
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The Yarn Market Place does have a page where you can track if you have an
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Hope this helps.
Im looking for a baby blanket to make for our next grandbaby .... this
would be a one that would be taken from a baby quilt .... it looks like a
square with 4 rounded sides that would fold up from the feet then fold over
from each side and the top one can cover the babys face ... I had a quilt
years ago and have seen one afagan years ago ... do you know of a pattern
that looks like this at all ... I have looked all over and cant find one
like this .... if anyone has one could you please pass it on to me .... this
works so nice were there small and folds in and around the babies so nice
Thanks so much
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I'm trying to imagine what this afghan would look like.
Would you have a picture of the quilt version?
I have a pattern for a Ribbed Edge Granny Baby Afghan here:
that has somewhat rounded corners.
Re: Simple(?) crochet question...?
I have just discovered your website and am thrilled. Being in a bit of a rush and not quickly finding what I was looking for - or maybe not knowing how to even ask the question...
Can you tell me what "crochet around" means. I am uncertain whether it means to crochet the next row using the same number of stiches from the previous, say crocheting 48 stiches if the just-completed round was 48 stiches OR whether I should mark the end of the row and crochet to that marker even if it is not the same number of stiches.
Don't know if I am making any sense but in the past I have repeated the number of stiches in the previous row (48 or 36 or 54 or whatever) even if that means going somewhat beyond where the previous row ended.
Mary Pat Kraemer
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To '”crochet around” could refer several things.
You can crochet evenly around a project keeping the stitch count
the same as you mentioned.
The designer may instruct you to “crochet around” a stitch.
I would need to see the part of the instruction that ask this in
order to be sure. Is your pattern online?
I followed the instructions exactly, but the result was way too small for an egg to go inside. The pattern did not say how to close the long side of the pattern. I used a H hook and added a extra row, and did a sc through both sides of the body.
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How to join the long side was in this part of the instructions:
Fold short ends tog. Sl st in cor sts along short side.
Joining the long side by working a sc in cor sts. Sl st at the end.
The fact that your egg didn’t fit could mean you crochet with a tighter tension than I
do or the size of your egg was different. I used one of the small plastic eggs.
Since changing the hook size didn’t make the size of your cozy larger... try making
your foundation chain longer than 26 chains and then add additional rows.
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