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a/k/a Diagonal Stitch
a/k/a Crazy Stitch
a/k/a Crazy Shell
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While looking for some How to crochet diagrams (for teaching kids) I came across another explanation of doing the base chain + row of sc all in one step. StitchingSharon
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13. Hi Lisa I was at the fair awhile back and they were taking scraps of yarn and making what they called a Joseph's afghan. You know like Joseph's coat of many colors How they were making the afghan was you take and make a chain as long as you want it then just take a color and sc in it or I suppose your favorite stitch and it was turing out really pretty. You could use any size of ball of yarn to make they then just grab a another color keep going with the same stitch until you have it as big as you want. I bet it was be really warm also Hugs Froggie aka Norma
14. I make curtain tiebacks with scrap yarn. With four strands of worsted held together (various colors) and a size P hook, I make a couple of rows of single crochet leaving approximately 8 inch tails at each end. A single knot holds the ends in place. Another use I have for scrap yarn is to practice new knit or crochet stitches. Jean, St. Petersburg, FL.
15. Scrap yarn is wonderful to make PET afghans with......they get cool also.....These afghans can be taken to the Vet when boarding pets and a piece of home goes with the pets for their boarding cages or pens.....biggrannymini
16. Greetings! Another use
for scrap yarn is to collect it, tying all the scraps together until you have
enough to make a sweater. leave the loose ends intact, and when the sweater
is complete, you have a reversible sweater!
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Hi, My name is Jennifer and I have just recently let Jesus into my heart and my life what a great experience. I came across your web site looking for crochet patterns and was blessed. I just wanted to say thank you for your story and web site I will visit again. Thank you, Jennifer Gagne
RE: Melting Snowman
OMG that is too cute. Thank you for that pattern, I can’t wait to make him. (At least twice!) Tami Winbush
I have looked for a pattern like this for years... In all of my Halloween decorations I used to have a web of this magnitude (nearly 6' across in diameter) that my daughter absolutely enjoyed putting out across the front porch every year... But we lost our home to fire.. And as a surprise I would love to get this whipped out for her this year! Dee
I ran across your site, really love the patterns. I use to crochet quite a bit then quit for a while but i am expecting a new granddaughter in January and love your ideas. Jeanette Roberson
Hi. I was looking for patterns to crochet and I found your site. You have a lot of good patterns. I only have a G hook right now because I have moved alot and am looking for a pattern to make with this size hook. Thanks for a lovely site. Jennifer
thank you so much. I had lost my pattern for the abc baby blanket and found it on your site. I made it for my nieces baby and they were thrilled. I love all your patterns and appreciate them. THANKS jsibilia
Hi, Lisa and Thank You
for your website.
“Covering carrying yarns” in crocheting.
How do I do this or where can I find the information?
*Jesus was the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.* Diane K. McColl
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The following page discusses changing yarns and carrying yarns throughout crochet projects: http://crochetnmore.com/chartcrochet.htm
Hope this helps.
i just want to thank you for posting the pattern online, it's very cute and i have a couple nieces that will love it! thanks again, cyndi
Hello I saw your site on how to make this hat but I am trying to start the first row. I dont understand what to do. If you wouldn't mind emailing me back and explaining I would appreciate it. What I am doing is making for 4 chains to start if I am doing it right its about an inch long. Then i dont understand how I get 11 DC with only 4 chains. Thank you Morgan
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To begin this hat...
On Round 1 you make the 4 chains. The 11 double crochet stitches are all worked into the 4th chain from the hook which is the very first chain you made. Then you join with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain 4. When finished you should have 12 double crochet stitches because the top 3 chains of the beginning chain 4 count as one double crochet stitch. Hope this helps.
Re: Afghan help
The Rock of Salvation
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Shannon, NC 28386
My name is T. Doniell Garnett and I am the youth Sunday School teacher, for The Rock of Salvation Church in Shannon NC. The class has decided to give afghans to the local nursing home. Each child was asked to collect pennies from family and friends which we used to purchase yarn. Though we have three great ladies sewing their fingers to the bone, we are falling behind schedule. We are asking for you to donate your skill. We accept afghans from 36x36 and up. If anyone would like to send a few afghans our way for the nursing home, we would greatly appreciate the help. The afghans will be given to the elderly in hope that they will warm them in the upcoming cold months. If you would consider giving afghans or the use of your skill, please email me at (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (803)865-5726 and I will send you the information where the afghans can be sent. Thank you for your consideration.
Yours truly, T. Doniell Garnett
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LITTLE JOHNNY was in his
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“Mom, doesn’t it say in the Bible that man was made out of dust?” he asked.
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“Is it also true that when we die, we go back to dust?” he inquired.
“Yes,” said his mom again. “Why do you ask?”
“Because I was looking under
the bed,” Johnny answered,
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The front door was accidentally left open and our dog was gone. After unsuccessfully whistling and calling, my husband got in the car and went looking for him. He drove around the neighborhood for some time with no luck.
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"You mean the one following your car?" they asked.
Driving through Oklahoma, my husband and I went out of our way to stop at what was billed as the largest McDonald's in the world.
However, we were less than
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I pulled into the crowded
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I walked to the curb backward, pointing my finger at the car and saying emphatically,
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The driver of a nearby car,
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When my daughter was about four years old, she still had a hard time grasping the concept of marriage. But anyway, I got out our wedding album, thinking visual images would help, and explained the entire service to her.
Once finished, I asked if
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4. When people say, while watching a movie, "Did you see that?" No, I paid $12.00 to come to the theatre and stare at that thing over there. What did you come here for?
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While waiting for my first appointment in the reception room of a new dentist, I noticed his certificate, which bore his full name.
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After he had examined my teeth, I asked him if he had attended the local high school.
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When did you graduate?" I asked.
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A young lady visited a computer dating service and requested, "I'm looking for a spouse. Can you please help me to find a suitable one?"
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The matchmaker entered the information into the computer and, in a matter of moments, handed the results to the woman.
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