Emailed pattern to you.
I am interested in doing the Victorian Lace is the Fisherman similiar? I couldn't find a picture or pattern for comparison. Would you also email the pattern to
emailed you the pattern for the Fisherman Ripple Afghan.
Thank you. That is pretty! Now I know why everyone was looking for it.
I found this pattern among my mother's things. She had written on it
22 skeins of 4 -ply yarn 3 1/2 oz each
Chain 273 stitches
This dear lady at the nursing home said she would crochet one for me. We can't figure out why it says
"you will need a #6 crochet hook" (it seems that would be awful small)
Gauge 5 sts = 1 inch
1 scallop = 3 inches
8 rows (4 ridges) and 3 rows lace ripple = 4 inches
I have looked through all my mom's crochet hooks and they all begin with a letter G, H, I , J , K
Could someone send me their copy of the pattern too? What size hook did you ladies use?
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Rose,Sent you an email with the pattern and information you wanted.Char55
A #6 hook is probably a G or 4.25 mm hook. Some aluminum/plastic hooks will have this numeric designation along with a letter. For some reason, there are three sizes for G hooks: a 4.5 mm which is a 7, a 4.25 mm which a 6, and a 4mm.
I also have the pattern or most of it. I have the actual wrapper from the kit with the pattern on the back. The only problem is someone has cut a big square out of the wrapper and I have everything except row 1 and row 2 which are the foundation rows. Can't get anywhere without that. Can you send me directions for those rows. By the way, the wrapper doesn't say how many skeins of yarn are included in the kit. Today, everything included in the kit would be shown on the wrapper.
I would be happy to send you a scanned copy of the original pattern, but I need your email address in order to do that. If you like you can send an email to me at email@example.com and I will send you the pattern instructions. In my case, the pattern was a single sheet of paper included in a bag
with the skeins of yarn; a piece of cardstock had the picture of the
afghan. The kit came with the yarn included, so it did not have any quantities listed on the pattern. I would guess about 30 ounces of yarn would be adequate.
I don't suppose you would like to send out the Fisherman's Ripple afghan pattern one more time please?????
I don't mind sending it to you, but I need an email address. If you don't want to post your email address here, you can send an email to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Char55 I just found the pattern for the fisherman ripple afghan but it is so light I can't read it. Would you be willing to email it to me too? Thanks
emailed it to you.
Way back in 1985 I wrote on my pattern that it did indeed take 30 ounces. Great deduction Char55.
Sometime after posting my "guesstimate" of 30 ounces, a person who had the original photo from the kit emailed it to me. One corner of the pattern had been torn off so she needed me to send it to her. The photo she sent says: "3-ply / 30 ounces (850 gr) Finished size approximately 45 x 62 Need a #6 crochet hook"