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Volume XV, Issue No. 6
March 30, 2012

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RE: crochet wedding dress

I am looking for a crochet wedding dress pattern. My daughter is having a beach wedding next year in Cuba and wants me to make her dress. I need crochet pattern for her dress.
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There's a free pattern for a beautiful dress here:
you could make the sleeves shorter for a beach wedding.

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And someone in the crowd said to Him, "Teacher, tell my brother to divide the family inheritance with me." But He said to him, "Man, who appointed Me a judge or arbiter over you?" And He said to them, "Beware, and be on your guard against every form of greed; for not even when one has an abundance does his life consist of his possessions." And He told them a parable, saying, "The land of a certain rich man was very productive. And he began reasoning to himself, saying, 'What shall I do, since I have no place to store my crops?' "And he said, 'This is what I will do: I will tear down my barns and build larger ones, and there I will store all my grain and my goods. And I will say to my soul, "Soul, you have many goods laid up for many years to come; take your ease, eat, drink and be merry." But God said to him, 'You fool! This very night your soul is required of you; and now who will own what you have prepared?' "So is the man who lays up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God."

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RE: How to crochet Rows 7-9 of the Basketweave Coaster Pattern:



This looks like a fun stitch, can't wait to try this on some Easter baskets!
Mary Pruett


RE: A Question

OK. Now wanted to ask you a question. I saw a hat called the "Skally" hat, do you know anything about it and if there is a pattern for it, where can we get it? My grandson is a big crocheter now and is making hats for all and asked me if I had the pattern, which I dont. I have looked everywhere I have any access and no luck. so decided to ask you if you even heard of it. I think it is an English hat for boys over there. It is pretty unique and would appreciate any info you may be able to come up with. It is different !!!

Still get your newsletter and copy many of the patterns and do so much appreciate what you do for all us crocheters out here. Many of us just cant afford buying patterns and so are in luck to find so many good ones on your site.

Thank you again for all you do. We really do appreciate it.

Sincerely, Gerry D

<< reply >>

A Scally hat is similar to the Newsboy Hat.
You can find several Newsboy patterns linked here:

and another on this page:

Hope your Grandson enjoys these!

<< second reply >>

I found a crochet pattern for sale here:
This type of hat is known by a dozen different names... that one is a “jeff cap”.

Here’s another for sale but it’s for a child:

If you knit... here’s a free pattern:

RE: Easy Baby Booties

I just wanted to say thank you! I used your bootie pattern last night to make my first bootie! It came out beautifully!


I love your tutorials with pattern. This is how I learn to do pattern and can read pattern as we go along.

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RE: Row Count Mom Afghan Square

Yay! Another square to add to the list im making for a custom afghan for myself. I plan on starting soon and it's going to be a graduation gift to myself
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Thank you so much for this tutorial. I really appreciate the way you had the pattern available to follow along with and explained how to read the pattern as we went; that helped me a lot.


RE: Alphabet Granny Squares

I am looking for a pattern to do raised/popcorn letters or letters in a flat, different colour, on separate granny squares and not on an entire ABC blanket.

I want to write the words “Bianca” and “Why do I dream and fly high in my own sky?” in blocks of 15 stitches square using a size 3.5 hook. So I need the letters

A, B, C, D, E, G, F, G, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, S and Y.

Are you perhaps able to help please?

Spangly regards from a windy Cape Town


<< reply >>

I designed a series of coaster patterns with all of the alphabet and numbers
for this purpose. They are all listed on this page:

While these are not “granny squares” each is 15 stitches wide not including the border.
I designed these using a size G hook and worsted weight yarn but you can use a smaller
hook and yarn to get a smaller version.

RE: crochet pattern question

I received a email with a pattern for a toilet tissue cover of yours. I was wondering if you by any chance have the pattern for the Santa face that is a toilet tissue cover? I have been searching and just cannot find it. I have a cover and a friend wants one. I am trying to figure it out by looking at it, but not having a lot of luck.

Thank you for your help.

Laura Lupa

<< reply >>

I found a pattern available for sale here:

RE: Emma's Baby Booties

hi my name is jannie i would like to know what ply it is for the wool is it 3 or 5 ply
thank you regards jannie the pattern for the booties looks very nice
Jannie Smit

<< reply >>

This pattern uses Bernat Baby Coordinates... not sure how many plies.
Here’s information on the yarn:

The instructions are not quite clear to me. It does not make sense.

<< reply >>

I have a video tutorial for the Table Runner:
Hope this helps.

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RE: Barb's Purple Hat

Love your pattern, but was disappointed that it was much to small for my adult head. I didn't use the Homespun, which may have stretched more than my Caron Simply Soft! Any suggestions on sizing??

<< reply >>

Thank you so much for taking the time to let me know you made this pattern.

Simply Soft is a much thinner yarn... that's why the size was small.
I made that hat for a lady who was going through cancer treatments
and losing her hair... and in the rush to send it to her I failed to
note the gauge.

However, this page lists the gauge for Homespun as
Crochet: 10 sc and 10 rows = 4" (10cm) with size K-10.5 (6.5mm) hook

You can also increase your hook size to achieve a larger hat.
If your hat was really small... try using two strands together of the Simply
Soft. Since it is a thinner yarn I think that would work okay. Make a swatch
using a larger hook with two strands and compare the gauge you get
to that of the hat you made. That should help you determine if the
two strands worked together will give you the size you need.

Other than the size you ended up with... did the pattern work up well for you?

Is Simply Soft is a yarn you use often?
I will be glad to add a hat pattern using Simply Soft to my list of design ideas.

<< Brenda's Reply >>
Thanks for the nice reply.
The pattern worked fine, I will donate to a charity.
For myself, I think using a larger needle will work good,
I purchased some Home Spun today and want to give it
a try as it streches more than the Simply Soft.
Thanks for all your suggestions.
I did enjoy using the Simply Soft yarn...
will use it again.

RE: Post on the Crochetnmore Fan Page

I downloaded your Magnolia blossom pattern. I have no idea ,however, what the stitch "esc" might be. It is a single crochet, but what is the "e" part??? Help! I am anxious to make this beautiful pattern. Thank you!
Mary Musgrave


Esc is an Extended Single Crochet. Insert hook in next ch, 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. Here's a video:


Hope you enjoy the pattern!

RE: Easter Basket pattern

I have found your Easter Basket pattern on line and I like what I see but I am curious what is a love knot? I have never heard of that stitch and would like to know how it is done.

Thank you

<< reply >>

Love Knot Directions:
Chain 1 loosely, single crochet in the hump on the back of the chain.
You can watch this video to see how a love knot is made:


RE: Post on the Crochetnmore Fan Page

Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do if your hand is hurting too bad to crochet? I'm not sure if I've crocheted too much or it's the new job I started back in December. I need to get 3 blankets done by yesterday and more done today(lol). Anything will be helpful, Thanks so much.


Crochetnmore Do exercises for your hand: Ibuprofen helps with inflammation if you can take it.


Thank you
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"Hi, a friend of mine is going to make his first doily using crochet thread and we have a question i'm hoping somebody can answer for us. When you crochet with this thread, should you wind it into a ball or just leave it on the spool it comes on? Thanks for any help. :-)"
Sylvia L. Vasquez-Ellis


I crochet directly from the spool.
Thank you so much. :-) I also noticed on your website, for your doily patterns you sometimes call for "bedspread" thread, is that just pretty much the same thread you can buy at Walmart?
Sylvia L. Vasquez-Ellis
You're welcome. Yes... I buy the #10 bedspread weight cotton at Walmart.


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RE: Kaleidoscope Afghan

Thanks for pattern. I had the same colors & changed around.
The video was very easy to follow.
Sandra Moore

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That is crazy....LOL
Lori Corby-Brown


I have that hanging in my bathroom.. lol

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Crochet Tip:
Not all crochet hooks are created equal.
Actual hook sizes may vary a little between brands.


Good to know.. I did not know that!
Michele Stuurmans Shekey


Lori Corby-Brown


Yep, always check MM size too. not just letter size, companies vary greatly.
Kath Baer


I have a set of steel hooks and I have my grandmas set of steel hooks and they are off by a complete size. Hers are larger than mine and if i check them for gauge off a knitting needle sizer they are correct. its crazy
Lori Corby-Brown


It depends on the company/brand... each have their own guidelines on sizing. You can crochet using one brand of hook and then make the same pattern using another brand and end up with two totally different sizes. It pays to check gauge when a pattern calls for it.


Found out the hard way.
Walli Osborn Martinez


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Crochet Tip:
When patterns require numerous chains... make a few extra just in case... you can back them out if not needed.


Tip: when working with numerous chains. . .use 2 skeins of yarn; begin chain one; attach 2'nd skein in 1st chain to work pattern. When you need more chains, add them with the 1st skein; if you have to many, pull out. Just finish off 1st strand when you have your first row done. That way your count is ALWAYS right and puts an end to the frustration of getting the beginning chain count right.
Rose Mayne West

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This is so simple!!! Thank you, thank you!!! I have had the "magic circle" magically open up when I didn't stitch the end in very well. This looks like a great alternative method. Can't wait to try it


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This is great...I like it more than the magic circle.....
Love your videos....


THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS TUTORIAL. I like this way better than my magic circle technique that I now use, It is more secure.

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Crochet Tip: Hanging Closet Organizers are great for yarn storage.

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How to Crochet - Join Granny Squares Using Single Crochet and Chain Stitches


OMG, Lisa!!! I love this way to join!!!!
I am going to do this for my next afghan!!! thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!

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Giget's Pink Ruffled Dog Sweater


Squeeeeeee! Gotta make it for MY Shih Tzus! Thanks for posting this, I have been searching for a crochet dog sweater!
Luciana Young

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Scrubbing Dishcloth

Wow, that looks to pretty to be a discloth. Looks like it could be a doily!
Stacy Justchilling


The center is made from netting I recycled from a bag that oranges came in... that's what makes it a scrubbing dishcloth.


Wow, excellent idea!
Stacy Justchilling


Thanks Stacy Justchilling !




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An 11-year-old boy was doing his violin practice at home and the torturous noise was making the dog howl. 

Upstairs the boy's father was trying to work on the computer. After putting up with the combined racket of the violin and the dog's wailing for 20 minutes, the father eventually called out, "Jason, can't you play something the dog doesn't know?"

A teacher was giving a lesson on the circulation of the blood. Trying to make the matter clearer, he said: "Now, students, if I stood on my head the blood, as you know, would run into it, and I should turn red in the face."

"Yes, sir," the boys said.

"Then why is it that while I am standing upright in the ordinary position the blood doesn't run into my feet?"

A little fellow shouted, "'It's because your feet ain't empty."


Mother asks little Johnny, as they wait for the bus,

to tell the driver he is 4 years old when asked because he will ride for free.

As they get into the bus the driver asks

Johnny how old he is. "I am 4 years old."

"And when will you be six years old?" asks the driver.

"When I get off the bus," answers Johnny.


A nursery school teacher was delivering a station wagon full of kids home one day when a fire truck zoomed past. Sitting in the front seat of the fire truck was a Dalmatian dog. The children started to discuss the dog's duties.

"They use him to keep crowds back," said one youngster.

"No," said another, "he's just for good luck."

"I know!" said a third..."They use it to find the fire hydrant!"

A father in a hurry, taking his 8-year-old son to school, makes a turn at a red light where it isn't allowed.

"Uh oh, I just made an illegal turn!" the man says.

"That's okay, Dad," the son says. "The police car right behind us did the same thing."

Three friends from the local congregation were asked, "When you're in your casket and friends and congregation members are mourning over you, what would you like them to say?"

Artie said, "I would like them to say I was a wonderful husband, a fine spiritual leader, and a great family man."

Gene replied, "I would like them to say I was a wonderful teacher and servant of God who made a huge difference in people's lives."

Don answered, "I'd like them to say, 'Look! He's moving!'"

My family is practical. At day care, my four-year-old watched as a teacher pulled something hot from the oven.

"What's that on your hand?" he asked.

"An oven mitt," she said. "It keeps me from getting burned. Doesn't your mother use them?"

"No, my mom's just really careful when she opens the pizza box."

My mom is a less than fastidious housekeeper.

One evening my dad returned home from work,

walked into the kitchen and teased her, "You know, dear,

I can write my name in the dust on the mantel."

Mom turned to him and sweetly replied, "Yes, darling, I know.

That's why I married a college graduate."


The minister's little six-year-old boy had been such a terror an naughty
all the previous week, that his mother decided to punish him by not
allowing the boy to attend the up-coming School Picnic.

Then, as the day approached, the monther feelng she had been a bit too
harsh, relented and changed her mind.

She told the little boy he could go to the picnic, but was surprised at
the child's reaction, which was one of unexpected gloom and unhappiness.

"What's the matter? I thought you'd be happy to go to the picnic." the
mother asked.

"It's too late!" replied the unhappy little boy, "I've already prayed
all week for rain!"

I am five feet, three inches tall and pleasingly plump. After I had a minor accident, my mother accompanied me to the emergency room. The ER nurse asked for  my height and weight, and I blurted out,  "Five-foot-eight, 125 pounds."

While the nurse pondered over this information, my mother leaned over to me. "Sweetheart," she gently chided, "this is not the Internet."

On a visit to Boston, I noticed a parking meter with a paper sack over it upon which was written:

A skeptical parking officer removed the bag, inserted a quarter in the meter and turned the dial. It worked perfectly. As the officer began to write a parking ticket, the car's owner rushed out of a nearby building.

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He snapped, "Why didn't you watch where it went?"

The lad replied, "Well sir, it usually doesn't go anywhere, so it took me by surprise."



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