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Volume XV, Issue No. 7
April 15, 2012

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RE: Need Help With Picture Afghan

I would like to crochet a picture afghan that will look the same on both sides. What is the best method for changing colors to accomplish this? Thank you for your help.
-- Rita McMullen




You can carry colors along the top of the stitches as you crochet, working over the unused color. The pattern will still be a mirrored image though.
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Subject: Baby_Beanie

Good morning. I am trying to crochet the baby beanie. I know how to crochet by watching. You don’t have a video under the instructions and I don’t understand some of the abbreviations. I know that dc is double crochet

R3: Sl st bet next 2sts. Ch3, dc in same sp. Ch3, dc in same sp. Dc bet next 2 sts. (2dc bet next 2 sts. Dc bet next 2 sts) around. (36dc) Join with sl st in top of beg ch3. Do not turn.

I know that Ch3 means chain 3, DC means double crochet.
Can you tell me what is need here please?

Analida Leiva

<< reply >>

Thank you for your email.

I have a two video tutorial for this pattern and I have added the videos
to the pattern page:

When you need to reference a stitch you can find stitch abbreviations,
instructions and video links on our Crochet Basics page:

Via the Crochetnmore YouTube Channel

RE: How to Crochet : Reverse Half Double Crochet



Very helpful! Thank you! The other video I found was poorly lit and she was using a pattern that called for 3 strands of yarn so it was a bit hard to see. Thanks for clearly demonstrating!!! :)



RE: Question about crochet pattern - Baby's ABC's afghan

A friend at work showed me this pattern and it looks simple enough for a novice crochet-er to manage. I do have a question though. The pattern calls for 5 skeins of caron simply soft, white. It does not specify if this is the 3oz or 6 oz skeins. Which do you use?
Thanks, Shawn

<< reply >>

I have never made this afghan using Simply Soft yarn so
I’m not sure which size skeins they intended.
This may help you decide.

According to this page:
this yarn is a Size 4.

I use Bernat Baby Coordinates which is a Size 3 yarn:
with a size G hook because I love the look of that particular yarn
and the size G hook makes the afghan a good size.

The two pages above list information on yardage which may help you
decide how much to purchase.

I always buy 5 or 6 skeins (5.6 ounce) of the Bernat Baby Coordinates
just to be sure I have enough. Beware! Bernat has resized their yarn
skeins so there is less per skein and the price went up where we live also.

I weighed the last afghan I made and it weighed 1lb 5-3/8 ounces
(so that one took 22 ounces to make using Bernat Baby Coordinates).

You can never be too careful and it’s best to take into account that skeins of
yarn can have problems in the center. Also, any yarn left over can
be used for other baby items to go with the afghan.


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I like that I can read this pattern on my only semi-smart cell phone.
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Hi Lisa, I have a quick question. I was on your website and saw the In the Round Placemat, on the instructions it says at the end of Row 25 to slip stitch to join in marked stitch, but I don't see where it says which stitch to mark. Is it just the first stitch of this round? Thanks for your great patterns & help.
Sylvia L. Vasquez-Ellis

Must have typed that pattern while I was half asleep... I have added information about markers. Corrections are in blue:


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How to Crochet - Join with a slip stitch to form a ring

Thanks i had to watch it a few times to understand after slipping your hook through the hole but it was very helpful. You might want to do the circle instructions a few times but thanks!

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I really enjoy your news letter and have been a subscriber for a few years now.

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I found a couple of patterns that are free.
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Hi there
Thanks for your very helpful website. I am trying to crochet for the first time and having difficulty understanding the pattern.
It says 2ch, 3 tr

Does that mean triple treble crochet or 3 seprate treble crochets. If it was 3 seperate wold I do 3 chain stitches for each one – as you can see I am confused. I have mastered the basic techniques but don;t know how to read the pattern!

Many thanks for your help.

Katharine Jackson

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That means 3 separate treble crochet stitches.
You do not chain before each one... just work the stitches.

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What is your earliest memory of you crocheting?

My earliest memory was watching my Aunt Brenda making an afghan at my Great Grandmother's house at Christmas. Watching her crochet intrigued me so much that I asked her to show me how. I remember she ran out of yarn but let me take out a couple of rows and re-crochet them. I did that more than once that night.

When my sister and I were younger Mom and Dad would take us to the store and tell us we could have one thing. I would ask for two things because I needed a hook and yarn.


I grew up watching my Grandma crochet. I never had any desire to learn until I was much older. I am left handed and it was always an obstacle. My Grandma bought me a left handed crochet book about 20 years ago and I started trying to dec...ipher it! Got part of a doily done and gave up. Too many kids and too much other stuff going on to keep my interest. Didn't pick it up until 4 years ago and have not quit since! I keep challenging myself with new stitches and more advanced projects all the time. I take it with me where ever I go :)
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My Grandma taught me to make chains when I was three...mostly to keep me occupied I think...but I have literally crocheted ever since...had a fifth grade teacher who taught everyone (boys too) in our class to make a doily and of course my pattern just had to be the toughest. Square with Pinapples in the corners and huge ruffle around the edge. Still have it...and thats been a heck of a lot of years.
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Gracie, I hace a 3 yr old daughter, and I have been waiting for her to grow up to teach her, I guess I will start tomorrow :) Gracie, I hace a 3 yr old daughter, and I have been waiting for her to grow up to teach her, I guess I will start tomorrow :)
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I taught myself how to crochet whilst I was expecting my first child. That was 31 years ago, I really wanted a baby blanket made of granny squares and could not buy one anywhere, so I made my own. I still own it, and now my son and partner are expecting their first child, it will be passed on to them. Best thing I ever did, I love to crochet and will not stop until I have to.
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My granny teaching me to make a square, she used to make beautiful 3d ornamental swans, really pretty and delicate. Well my 'square' came out shaped as a duck lol! I walked round looking smug for days thinking it took her years to have the skill to make these swans and I can make a duck on my first go lol. Think I was about 5 lol! And no I still can't make the swans at 45.
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My first memory of anyone crocheting was my great grandmother back in 1944 or 45. My mom started crocheting in the late 40's early 50's and that's when she taught me to crochet. My first "project" was to hook a rag rug.
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By myself. Just me & a book. I was 13. I made a hat & some sandals. 7 years later I asked a lady to teach me how to make granny squares.
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Crochet Tip: If you encounter a stitch you aren't familiar with.. check our Crochet Basics page:


It won't load on my phone all the way so how do you do a front post double crochet?
Jennifer Cathleen Caleb

The basics page is pretty big... that's probably why. Here's how:
Yarn over,
insert hook from the front side of the work right to left
around the post of the indicated stitch on a previous row;
yo and pull up a loop (3 loops on hook);
yo and draw through two lps (2 loops on hook);
yo and draw through two loops (1 loop on hook)

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Re: granny square

I can't figure out something on your block O granny square.

My question is how do you do the change in colors? Do you break off or what?



<< reply >>

I never break the yarn in this pattern.. I carry it along as I go.

This is the Row Count Purple Heart Coaster pattern:

The following videos show how to make the Row Count Purple Heart Coaster pattern which
is made the same way as the O square. The videos show how I change colors and what happens
to the unused color as you go along.

Complete Demonstration of how to crochet the Row Count Purple Heart Coaster - Part 1


Complete Demonstration of how to crochet the Row Count Purple Heart Coaster - Part 2

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Finished! One Skein Bunny by Deb cute! Can't wait to give it. Nose looks crooked but it's just the variegated yarn light on one side. This was my first amigurumi, I loved it.
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Luciana Young made this One Skein Bunny by Deb Richey

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RE: Coaster Tray

No problems. But I do have question. Where can I find the 1 1/4 oz yarn? I've looked and only thing I've found the 6 oz yarn

<< reply >>

You will need to purchase the 6 ounce skein.
1-1/4 ounces is the amount needed to make the Coaster Tray.

Re: Help with Crochet Problem

I am working on a crochet project and have made strips that I will now be sewing together. But I have a huge problem... working on a project when I am tired, bad idea. One of the strips was too long, and instead of thinking it's not just pulling out freely, I kept taking the end apart until I got to the end of the row and realized I had taken the beginning chain and first row of double crochet out, instead of the last row. Now I have all these little loops at the end and I can't figure out how to fix it - can I? If not I guess I will have to redo the entire 6 foot strip.

Anxiously awaiting your answer.
Sandy McShea

<< reply >>

Hopefully your strip worked vertically and not horizontally so you
don’t have a ton of loops to secure.

You should be able to pick up the loops along that edge and
work slip stitches into them to get a secured edge again.
Check how many stitches are along the row and pick up loops
accordingly to be sure you make the same number of slip stitches
as you have stitches.

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