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  • Re: Cookie Jar Pattern

    go to www.ehow.com/how_841 for instructions on how to crochet around a jar.
    Posted to Crochet Chat (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Aug 6, 2013
  • Re: What is the best way to wind a skein of lace weight yarn?

    I like to beging winding my yarns around 2 fingers to get started. Then I add a 3rd finger, making sure I am not winding tight and winding in the opposite direction of the first winding. Add a 4th finger and again turn your ball of yarn so that you are winding in an opposite direction. As your ball gets larger, separate your fingers so that you continually
    Posted to How do I? (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Aug 6, 2013
  • Re: instructions

    1. The first ch sp is between the two 3-dc's. You will have 3 dc, a space, then 3 dc. That space is where you now do 3dc, ch1, 3dc, ch3, turn. 2. When you turn your work you will now see 3dc, ch 1 sp, 3dc. work 2dc, ch1, 3dc in that ch 1 space, then ch1. Do not turn your work. You should now see 3 dc and a ch 1 space. In that space work 3dc, ch1
    Posted to How do I? (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Aug 6, 2013
  • Re: counting single crochet rows

    Make a swatch of 6 rows of sc. Or if you are working on something in sc, do the following for both of these examples. Looking at your crochet work, you should be able to see all the horizontal rows of small holes across your work. These are a sign of individual rows. You should also be able to see all the horizontal bars running across your work. These
    Posted to How do I? (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Nov 15, 2012
  • Re: i got a pattern for diamonds and lace hat..

    If you will type out the instructions for this, I will be able to help you.
    Posted to Crochet Me (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Oct 25, 2012
  • Re: Crocheted Wreath question

    Working in rounds means you crochet work will be a circle. When you make an afghan, you work in rows, going back and forth. A wreath is round , therefore you will be working in the same direction for each row, going around and around. I find using a long bobby pin to mark the beginning of each round to be very helpful. It will just dangle down and will
    Posted to How do I? (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Oct 25, 2012
  • Re: Need help with instructions

    Since I do not know the instructions for the first row, I will attempt to help you with the second row. lol Ch 1. Then make a sc in each of the first 3 dc. Now make * 1 sc in the next ch-1 space and 1 dc in each of the next 2 dc. That little asterisk means to repeat this sentence over and over until you get to the last dc. Then you will make a sc in
    Posted to How do I? (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Oct 24, 2012
  • Re: I'm a guy that crochets. So what?

    You keep it up. Some of the best crochet patterns come from men. Welcome to the World of Crochet. Happy Hooking !
    Posted to Introduce Yourself (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Oct 4, 2012
  • Re: Tunisian Lace Ascot by Ellen Gormley

    I do not have the free book, but can explain multiples to you. If a pattern says multiples of 8 + 2, that means you can double that to 16+2, or triple it to 24+2. You always double, triple, quadruple the first number and then add the second number to that total. Happy Hooking
    Posted to How do I? (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Sep 27, 2012
  • Re: My first Afghan problems

    Putting the squares together with a yarn needle or by crochet hook can be easy if you do not stretch either square. If you see that you have 1 or 2 more stitches on one square than on the other one, skip a stitch. No one is going to scrutinize your work and only you will know there are skipped stitches. If you are having trouble keeping the squares
    Posted to Crochet Me (Forum) by GrammaArizona on Sep 27, 2012
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