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My brethren, if any among you strays from the truth, and one turns him back, let him know that he who turns a sinner from the error of his way will save his soul from death, and will cover a multitude of sins.
Therefore, gird your minds for action; keep sober in spirit, fix your hope completely on the grace to be brought to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ. As obedient children, do not be conformed to the former lusts which were yours in your ignorance, but like the Holy One who called you, be holy yourselves also in all your behavior; because it is written, "You shall be holy, for I am holy."
1 Pet. 1:13-16
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EYELASH FLIP FLOPS
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JOINING A NEW SKEIN
-To Knot or or Not to Knot-
I don't tie neat
knots when tying a new skein of yarn to my project. what do you suggest.
I want my work to look neat but yet be strong .
Thanks Elsie in Va.
"There is no fear of judgment for the man who judges himself according to the word of God."
Many crocheters don't use knots at all but I'm with you... I always tie knots!
When I tie a knot in my work I take the right hand strand of yarn over the left, then the left hand strand over the right, then the right hand strand over the left again. This makes a sturdier knot. I've found if I take one strand over the other a couple of times then one strand will slip right off of the other. I like a knot that will stay in place! Don't forget to weave those yarn tails in, weaving in one direction for a couple inches and then in the opposite direction for a couple of inches will hold better.
Hi! I have been (searching
with no luck)a stitch called a( raised double crochet border) rdcb and a (crossed
double crochet border)cdcb, and a fantasy stitch. I hope you can find them they
sound interesting. Thank-you for your time.
< reply >
A Raised Double Crochet
is the same as a Front Post Double Crochet. Examples here: http://www.craftyarncouncil.com/projects/sep_pom.html
A Crossed Double Crochet
is the same as a Crochet Cross Stitch.
You normally skip a stitch, work a double in the next stitch, then back up and work a double in the skipped stitch. This "crosses" the two doubles.
You can find other interesting
I haven't been able to find anything on a "fantasy stitch".
ILLUSTRATED BASIC CROCHET INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE BEGINNER:
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TRIPLE CROCHET (click here for instructions)
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Very helpful, and nicely
designed. Great to see some good bible trivia. Thanks very much
RE: Dog Sweater
Hi there: Here is a picture of my dog Coco wearing the dog sweater I saw on your web page.
I had to make a few changes:
I chained 50 then joined
them, row 2-12 stayed the same.
Row 13 I did 10 slip stiches and 19 double stiches. Plus I used a G hook as well.
If you have any comments you can e-mail me at email@example.com
RE: Dog Sweater
Hi, This is a picture of Jacques Que`bec, my red toy poodle on Christmas 2004.
I CONVERTED your sweater pattern to knitting using Lion Brand's regular chenille yarn & the Fun Fur at the neck. I used Lion Brands pattern & instructions for the Santa Hat. Everyone who seen it thought it was fantastic. I even had people approach me in Home Depot asking if I sold them.
Sincerely, Georgina Stockton
Here are some pages that may assist you in converting patterns:
This is a great website.
I love the dog sweaters. They
RE: Dog or Cat Sweater
I made this sweater for my friend Stephanie's hairless cat "naked Ginger"... she has
a thing for sweaters, apparently.
I couldn't help myself and crocheted a large flat flower and attached it to the back so looking down at her she looks very fancy. She loves it! Here is a picture my friend just sent me for your Scratchin' Post webpage.
the great pattern,
Chrissie Reyes Neretic
patterns to use for appliques:
Oh my, you don't know how long i've been looking for a sweater pattern for my Doxie!! I have a red male, Peanut and a dappled minnie female, Dixie. And they now have puppies that are 6 wks. old!! Thank you soo much for sharing your patterns. I will keep in touch. Please feel free to contact me to talk about Doxies!! Thanks again! Dawn Willey
i just have to thank u for
the flip flop patterns would
have never thought of it
Lisa, i just want to thank you for the Great Newsletter and your site with so many wonderful patterns.I enjoy reading from the Bible Verses & Trivia right down to the jokes. And i have to make the "Fuzzy Flip Flops" and when my little granddaughter see's them she'll want a pair too. Thanks again for making me smile with each newsletter. Pixie
Thank you so much. For months I've been trying to figure out the foundationless chain and you taught me in 5 minutes. Now I can work the squares for my summer sweater. I now know how to work it for 1/2dc and dc, too. Marie
The Instructions are in the April 15th issue.
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My son Mark was only 5 feet, 8 inches tall when he left for college in the fall. He worked through the Christmas holidays and didn't return home again until the February break. When he got off the plane, I was stunned at how much taller he looked. Measuring him at home, I discovered he now stood at 5 feet, 11 inches. My son was as surprised as I. "Couldn't you tell by your clothes that you'd grown?" I asked him. "Since I've been doing my own laundry," he replied, "I just figured everything had shrunk."
Surgeons invited to dinner parties are often asked to carve the meat -- or worse yet, to watch the host carve while commenting on the surgeon's occupation. At one party, a surgeon friend was watching the carving while Harry, his host, kept up a running commentary: "How am I doing, doc? How do you like that technique? I'd make a pretty good surgeon, don't you think?" When the host finished and the slices of meat lay neatly on the serving platter, the surgeon spoke up: "Anybody can take them apart, Harry. Now lets see you put them back together again."
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