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September 30, 2009

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I would like to crochet baby headbands but having touble finding good directions. i'm not the best crocheter so the easier the better. do you have a "recipe" for such a thing?


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What does it mean to work into the "row below"?

The last row you just finished crocheting is referred to as the "previous row".
The row before that is considered the "row below".
Some crochet patterns ask you to place stitches into the "row below".
Some may say to work a stitch "two rows below", "three rows below", etc.
All this means is you work into a row other than the row you just completed.

An example of this method is the Spike Stitch.
It is called the Spike Stitch because it "spikes" down into the crochet fabric and it partially covers a previous stitch. The Spike Stitch square features this stitch:










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When you purchase yarn for a project it is best to check the dye lot number.
Many yarns are "no dye lot" yarns. You may not notice a color difference during your purchase but could later see variances in the color of these yarns once your project has begun.
Be sure to purchase all of the skeins needed of each color from the same dye lot so you don't have a problem with your colors varying. The only time the dye lot doesn't matter is if one yarn color is separated by another color such as a striped pattern.





Scrap Yarn Ideas ...

71. I start afagans with my scrap yarn ... after I get 10 rows .. I take it to a friend and she adds 10 rows ... she takes it to a friend and they add 10 rows ... the type of yarn changes and types of stiches change also the only rule is the first one to start it has to add a small note with how many stiches were used to start the afagan so it stays the same acrost. This will keep going around untill it is a good size and then comes back to the person that starts it and they take it to the shelter or to someone that needs a warm hug. Very good way to get one done fast. Use up yarn and have fun ..... but most of all help out someone elce Lesa

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RE: No Sew Towel Topper

Thank you for submitting this pattern to crochetnmore. I made it up but the loop for the towel is on the outside instead of the inside of the dome. First you say don’t fasten off after doing the handle. Then begin to work in rounds. Ch1, sc in bl of each sc. My dictionary of crochet terms defined bl as block (solid mesh). Which didn’t make sense to me. I figured this was a typo so went with bk and worked in the back of each sc. Working up the other side would then mean to do a sc in the unworked loop of each sc. When you finish the towel loop I don’t understand where the second row should start. I’ve ripped out my work to this point and will work thru the instructions again to try to figure out the placement of the loop end so it remains on the inside. Please let me know if this should be bk instead of bl. I’ll e-mail you later today if I have figured out my error in the placement. Any further insight would be greatly appreciated. Jeanne Purdy

<< Lisa's Reply >>

>>>My dictionary of crochet terms defined bl as block (solid mesh).
The term block is only used in filet crochet patterns.
In this instance bl is back loop.

The following is the pattern instruction in bold followed by an unabbreviated version to help explain the first rows of the pattern.

>>R1: Ch1, sc in bl of each sc. Ch3.
>>Working up the other side, sc in unworked loop of ea sc. Ch3, join with a sl st in the first sc.

For the towel topper, on R1 you made one chain, then worked one single crochet
in the back loop of each single on that row. Then you chained 3 (this is the first "end chain space").
Then you worked back up the other side, making one single crochet in each unworked loop of
each single crochet and then you chained 3 (this is the other "end chain spaces")
then you joined with a slip stitch in the first single crochet.

>>(Towel Loop) Ch1, turn. Sc in ch3 sp. (ch1, turn, sc in sc just made) 10 times.

Chain 1, turn.
Work a single crochet in the chain 3 space (into the hole below the 3 chains)

Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's one time)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's two times)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's three times)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's four times)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's five times)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's six times)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's seven times)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's eight times)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's nine times)
Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in the single crochet you just made (that's ten times)

>>Join to Ch3 on the opposite side by working a sc through the
>>ch3 sp and the last sc made (be careful not to twist).
>>This forms the loop to hang the towel throug

Join to the chain 3 on the opposite side by working a single crochet in the chain 3 space and the last single crochet made. Be careful not to twist... this forms the loop the towel will hang through.

R2: 2dc in ea sc along both sides of R1, skipping the end chain spaces. Join with a sl st. (28dc)

R2 is worked into the stitches of R1... 7 stitches on each side will have two double crochets each in them...
you skip the chain 3 spaces on each end. Then join with a sl st and you should have 28 doubles.

R3: Ch3, do not turn. 2dc in ea dc. Join with a sl st.

For R3, do not turn. Now work two double crochet stitches in each double crochet stitch on R2. Join with a slip stitch.
NOTE: You do not work into any of the stitches on the loop... only on the main part of the topper... imagine the loop isn't there and work around the entire edge of the previous round.

<< Jeanne's Reply >>

Thank you for your reply. I went back to the website and found an abbreviation section. I have reworked using back loops and made sure the loop stayed inside. The result is beautiful. Thanks for posting this pattern. I will make these for Christmas presents. Jeanne Purdy

Subject: Spiderweb Table Topper

Mrs. Hamblin,
I know that you probably receive numerous e-mails a day, and might not even be able to respond back to me, but if you did, I would be very thankful. I'm attempting to create the Spiderweb Table Topper, as per your pattern, but I'm having some trouble with the "tr in next tr" and I don't quite understand how to treble crochet in the next treble, since I don't have the next treble? It's probably such a silly question to someone as experienced as yourself, and I hope you will take a few moments out of your day to help me in completing this project that I think is ever so brilliant. I've searched online, and have found nothing of a how-to of the tr in the next tr, which is why I've come to you, even though you're probably very, very busy. Please do know that I've been trying to complete this for many hours now, to no avail since I cannot get past the first step. Thank you so much and may God bless you and your family, Nicole

<< reply >>

There are treble crochet stitches on every row in this pattern.
Here's how to begin:

For Round one you chain 7, then work one treble crochet in the seventh chain from the hook.
Chain 3 and work another treble crochet in the same stitch
Chain 3 and work another treble crochet in the same stitch
Chain 3 and work another treble crochet in the same stitch
Chain 3 and work another treble crochet in the same stitch
Chain 3 and work another treble crochet in the same stitch
Chain 3 and work another treble crochet in the same stitch (that's six times)
Chain 3 and join with a slip stitch in the third chain of the beginning chain seven.

For Round two you Chain 10
Work one treble crochet in the next treble crochet on round one
Chain 6
(Work one treble crochet in the next treble crochet on round one, Chain 6)
Repeat the instructions within the parentheses around the entire round.
Join with a slip stitch in the fourth chain of the beginning chain 10.

Please help me on : what is ? Sl st in first ch-1 sp …… been searching in the web but none understood what is ch-1? Appreciate your help Thanks and regards, Lisa Adinan

<< reply >>

That means you work one slip stitch in the first chain one space.
Just put the slip stitch into the hole beneath the next chain you made on the previous row/round.

Re: Jingle_Wreath_Ornament


<< reply >>

I bought mine in the craft section at Wal-Mart.
I've also seen them at Michaels and I'm sure Hobby Lobby
and other craft stores would have them.

You can also purchase rings online:


RE: Scarf/Afghan

What does tr mean?

<< reply >>

Treble Crochet... you can find instructions on the Crochet Basics page:

RE: crystal ball for xmas tree pattern

I am working on the above pattern. I have gotten to row 8. working behind petals of rd 7,sc in ch 8 loop of rd 6 bet first tr and dtr........ could you explain how to do this? I just found this web site and I love it. I am laid up for a while and figured I would get back into crocheting and seeing as x-mas is just round the corner, I figured this would be a good area to work on. I love the site! Thank you Lisa Russell

<< reply >>

>>>working behind petals of rd 7,sc in ch 8 loop of rd 6 bet first tr and dtr........

This means you access the indicated stitch by taking your hook behind the petals of round 7.
So you make a single crochet in the chain 8 loop on round 6, which is between the
first treble and double treble stitches on that round.

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Subject: BabyBottleCover

I am making this for a baby shower gift, but I have a question about the pattern. Rounds 2 and 3 say to join with slip stitch at the top of beginning chain 2. I don't see anywhere in the pattern that says to chain 2. Is that missing?

<< reply >>

I seem to have this problem with many of my "first designs".
I have updated this pattern from memory.
Please let me know how it works for you now.

Re: Ashley's Baby Afghan Crochet Pattern

Where does the color Orchid come in? It's mentioned in the materials?

<< reply >>

Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I used another pattern as a template and failed to change that information. The pattern has since been corrected. Thanks again!

Subject: Emma's_Baby_Booties

Love your bootie pattern. I’m having trouble understanding 1 thing. When it’s finished, should the heel and toe be connected??? Mine are not. But I simply weave them together after the bootie is finished. Am I doing something wrong?? Thanks, Debbie

<< reply >>

Thanks Debbie: No... the toe isn't exactly attached.
That's just one of my little quirky designs :o)
When the ribbons are added the booties are finished.

Subject: Emma's_Baby_Booties

Hi, I am a new begginer crocheter, and I am trying to make the Emma's Baby booties for my grandchild.
I am having problems on the heel part. not sure where to reattach and don't know what bl's stand for.
Please write back with explaination. Thanks for your anticipated help. God Bless You!!!!!! Shawna

<< reply >>

Bl stands for back loop.
You can find this abbreviation along with many others and their explanations on our Crochet Basics page:

To begin the heel, you reattach the yarn 7 stitches back from the original fasten off point.
Then you work in the back loops only... making single crochet stitches around to the same
point on the opposite side of the bootie. You should have 19 singles when finished with Row 1.

Re: wavy shell stitch

Good morning Lisa………..I am looking for a wavy shell instruction pattern for lapghans that I make for nursing homes. Do you have one that I might be able to use? Thanks, Joanne Twomey

<< reply >>

I found a reference to a beautiful shell afghan here:
but the pattern was in a purchased book (info on that page).

I also found two "wavy" blanket patterns:

A wavy doubles pattern (one of my favorites):

There's a cool reversible shell baby afghan pattern here (click the link):

Also, here's a video tutorial on the Wavy Shell Pattern:

Re: Sawyer's_Sweater


<< reply >>


Yo, pull up loop 4 times, 9 loops on hook,
yo, pull thru 8 loops,
yo, pull thru 2 loops,
push puff to front of work,
work next st in your pattern

Subject: ReadAPattern

PPPPPPPPPPPPPlease I need your help I just cant get it in my head ,
I can read and understand most of my pattern but one part I just DON’T GET,
it reads like this I have already finished the first row,
and that went well, so I will send you the next row of info, hope you can help me.

#2 ch 3 ( counts as first dc, now and through out ) turn: skip next dc, dc in next 7 dc, ( dc,ch 2, dc) I GOT ALL OF THAT AND IT ALL WENT WELL, this is the part I don’t understand ( in next ch-2sp, Thank you so much Jill

<< reply >>

That means is that you work the indicated stitch(es) into the hole beneath the next two chains you made on the previous row.

Subject: Read Pattern

Maybe you can help me with this pattern. PATTERN SAYS: ch3, PST in joining, ch1, [PST in next dc, ch1] 14 times, (PST,dc) all in last dc; Turn – 16 PST I cannot figure out what the PST abbreviation stands for. Thanks for he help, Hilda Mitchell

<< reply >>

I found this pattern
which includes a "PST" and it's a puff stitch:
     (Puff Stitch)
      [Yo and draw up a lp] 3 times all in the same st, yo and draw through all 7 lps on hook.
This pattern includes the PST also:,frameless.htm
but the instructions are:
[yo and draw up a lp] 4 times all in same dc, yo and draw through 8 lps, yo and draw through 2 lps remaining on hook

Keeping in mind that many stitches have different variations...
One puff stitch might not be exactly like another as far as how many times you need to yarn over, etc., and that most patterns have specialty stitch instructions at the beginning or included in the actual text of the pattern, it would be best to try to contact the designer of that particular pattern.

Subject: Sasha's_Shoe_Strings

Hi, how do you make the ends stiff to put through holes?

<< reply >>

You can either...
wrap the same thread around the end tightly to shape the ends and secure it by adding a little glue;
wrap the ends with tape
use a crochet hook to pull the strings through when lacing the shoes.

I really enjoy this email! Keep it up! Could you please help me find a pattern to crochet a cushion cover with regular 'afghan' yarn. The cushion is round, as (a stuffed nickel.) with the outside circumference about 15 inches. We are looking for a ripple pattern to work with. Thanks, Sadie

<< reply >>

I'm glad you enjoy it Sadie!

Maybe you could adapt the round ripple baby afghan pattern to fit your cushion:

Subject: OvalThreadDoily

HI~love the doily pattern but there are odd numbers of the little ovals around the edges. I counted 15. It makes it look a little off. Thanks

<< reply >>

Yes... it does. That was one of my first designs.
I wasn't very good at evenly distributing a design throughout a pattern yet.

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