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Volume XII, Issue No. 13
July 15, 2009

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As many of you know, I receive numerous emails asking for help finding patterns and/or with pattern language that may be confusing the writer(s). To help explain pattern language I write out the pattern in what I call "Plain English". In no way do I mean the phrase "Plain English" to be degrading to the writer. All I mean by that is that I am writing the pattern out without using any crochet abbreviations. I apologize if this phrase has offended any of you. If anyone has a better way for me to say this please email me.


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Re: NFL crochet afghan patterns

I am looking for two nfl football patterns for blankets. either knit pattern or crochet patterns.
Also NY Yankee blanket pattern. also either knit or crochet.
Please help...... thank you
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RE: washington redskin afghan pattern for single crochet

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Yarn over three times, then insert your hook into the stitch or space indicated.
Yarn over and pull up a loop. (You should have five loops on your hook.)
Yarn over and draw through two loops. (You should have four loops on your hook.)
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Yarn over and draw through two loops. (You should have two loops on your hook.)
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RE: Emma's Baby Booties Pattern

This is a really cute Bootie that I have been trying to crochet, but with little success. Need to knit two pair for coming twin baby girls. There are no photos or directions for the term, 'Turn.' There is no indication of the 'shape' one is trying to crochet. There are no pictures for the shapes of the sole, heel, toe, or some description of how this bootie is constructed, or the method. Photos or Diagrams are what I need to see. Are there any? I have made many items from online patterns; although I am not an expert, there are many eliminated instructions in this pattern. If there are photos of the steps, diagrams, etc., please email me
Many Thanks!

<< my reply >>

This is a really cute Bootie that I have been trying to crochet, but with little success. Need to knit two pair for coming twin baby girls.

There are no photos or directions for the term, 'Turn.'
to turn... you turn the project over so you can work back across the row you just completed.

There is no indication of the 'shape' one is trying to crochet. There are no pictures for the shapes of the sole, heel, toe, or some description of how this bootie is constructed, or the method.
There is no "construction" for this pattern except for weaving in a tie.

Photos or Diagrams are what I need to see. Are there any?
no, sorry, maybe this will help...

The pattern is worked in sections but it's all in one piece, the
pattern requires you to fasten off but the next section will be worked
by rejoining the yarn.

Here's the pattern explained in Plain English
** MAKE 2 **
R1: Chain 6, single crochet in second chain from the hook. Single crochet in each remaining chain. (you should have 5 singles when this round is finished)
R2: Chain 1, turn. Work two single crochets in the same stitch. Single crochet in each of the next 3 stitches. Work two single crochets in the last stitch. (7single crochets when finished)
R3: Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in each stitch. (7single crochets when finished)
Rs4-11: Repeat instructions for Round 3 for each of these rows.
R12: Chain 1, turn. Work a single crochet decrease over the next two stitches. Single crochet in each of the next 3 stitches.
Work a single crochet decrease over the last two stitches. Edging: Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in each stitch and in each row end around entire piece. (36sc)
Fasten off and mark as right side.

R1: With Right Side facing, working in back loops only. Reattach yarn in the center stitch on Right Side of sole. (7 stitches back from the original fasten off point) Single crochet around to same point on opposite side. (19single crochet stitches when finished)
R2: Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in each stitch.
Rs3-4: Repeat instructions for R2.
R5: Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in first stitch. (Chain 1, skip the next single crochet, single crochet in the next single crochet) around [around means you repeat the instructions in the parentheses over and over to the end].
R6: Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in ea single crochet and chain 1 space (the chain 1 space is the hole below the chain you made on the previous row.
R7: (Chain 3, single crochet in the next stitch) around. Fasten Off.

R1: With left side of bootie facing you, reattach yarn in the Back Loop only of the first unworked stitch on the sole edging. Chain 1, single crochet in the Back Loop of each stitch around.
R2: Chain 1, turn. Single crochet in each stitch.
R3: Chain 1, turn. (Single crochet in the same stitch. Single crochet decrease over 2 stitches) across.
R4: Repeat R3.
R5: Chain 1, turn. Slip stitch in the same stitch. Chain 3. Slip stitch in the stitch on other end of same round. (this forms a little hole on the top of the toe). Chain 4, slip stitch in the same stitch.
Fasten Off.

Weave ribbon through the holes on R5 of Heel, bring each end of the ribbon through the chain 4 loop on each side of the toe, draw up and tie in a bow.

<< M. Coleman's Reply >>

Whoever you certainly do NOT have the need to be RUDE and ARROGANT.
Obviously, the person who wrote these instructions certainly did NOT want anyone to succeed in making the booties.







<< my reply >>

I designed this pattern myself and in no way did I intend
to sound "rude and arrogant".
I made the pattern in hopes of helping others,
like myself, who have had no success making
bootie patterns that are in multiple pieces.

By the phrase "plain english", all I mean is
the instructions are written out... instead of
in crochet terms. I'm truly sorry that insulted
you. I do hope you find a bootie pattern you
enjoy, and I'm sorry you feel that way about mine.

Re: dishcloth pattern

recently you had a pattern for an easy crochet dishcloth. i cannot remember the name of it but after the pattern you also posted corrections. it was one of your patterns. i do remember that you started with 42 chains. i printed the pattern and after making two i lost the pattern can you help me by sending the link to the pattern. i have searched your site with no success. thank you jeanette

<< reply >>

I believe you are referring to the Cross Hatch Dishcloth:
Hope you enjoy the pattern!

RE: Hi from OZ

I would like to say that I have enjoyed visiting your site and will do more of it in the future. You have done a marvellous job with it and I just love the patterns and thankyou so much for the free ones. I was wondering if the Áhat' was still operating as I don't seem to be able to log onto it. It keeps coming up as a broken link. I lok forward to joining your community of crotchets and to learn more about crocheting. Its taken a long time to find a site that I feel comfortable with and easy to manage. I did have problems clicking on the 'Pets" link but think its my computer. God Bless you all with Gods love all is possible. And if I may sign off by saying, (please let me know if this is acceptable to you as some Christians do not like the term Your Sister in The Lord) Your Sister in The Lord Lori Marshall & Aleisha (My German Shephard lol)

<< reply >>

I'm glad you enjoyed visiting my site and that you are enjoying the free patterns.
Thanks for letting me know I still had a "chat" link on there... no it doesn't work any longer.
Hope I don't have any more links to it anywhere.

The "pets" page comes up ok for me.
Your Sister in the Lord is perfectly fine... thanks!

RE: Hi, your afghan patterns

I'm a big fan of your website, I love the patterns.
I thought I would show you something I created with a couple of your patterns,
I also incorporated some of my own.

Hope you like it - Phoebe

<< reply >>

Thanks for the photos Phoebe.
I'm glad you are enjoying some of the patterns I have listed.
Your afghan is adorable!

RE: Feedback 061509 (Re: BasicsPage)

Dear Lisa - Thank you so o o much for your help.
I'm on my way with my project now, thanks to you !
The stars had me utterly confused.

Bye for now & God Bless Barbara

Re: Help with Dog Pattern Please

Hello... I sure hope you can help me..... I've started making sweaters for a friend from your pattern for her naked cats..... I don't have access to the cats, they live far away from me.... My friend is moving to a cold climate this month with her pets and asked me to make the sweaters. She measured the cats. They are 12" around the belly.... They still have a little growing to do..... When I crochet the chain plus an extra inch, the circumference seems to get bigger as I crochet the rows for the belly part.... like from 12" around from chain to 14" around with about 6 rows finished. I've torn it out many times.... What am I doing wrong??? It's hard making them with no cat or dog model.... I'm also making 3 other sweaters for her Chi's. Thanks for any help you can give me. I appreciate it! GBU! Sincerely, Dawn Diehl

<< reply >>

It sounds like you may be adding extra stitches as you go.
Try counting your stitches after each row/round.

The most common place that I've found for extra stitches to magically appear is in the beginning or end of each row. Since the first part of the dog sweater pattern is worked in rounds this can be tricky.

When you chain 2 before beginning a new sure you only place one half double crochet in each half double crochet. You should end up with the same number of stitches on rounds 1-12.

The best advice I can give you is.. each half double crochet looks like a little fence post... as long as you have one fence post on top of each fence post your count should be fine.

<< Dawn's Reply >>

Thank you so much for getting back to me right away.... I went back and checked my work and found it had the correct number of stitches. So, I will continue on making the sweaters and mail them off.... If they are to big/small, I'll try again...... My friend likes your pattern and it seems the easiest of most patterns I looked at.... I love viewing the photos of pets with their sweaters on.... It helps looking at them when I have no pets to try on with..... Thanks again.... GBU! Dawn Diehl

<< my reply >>

You're very welcome Dawn. If the stitch count is correct... your tension may be to blame.
Try beginning with one hook size and after a couple of rows switch to a smaller hook.
That may elimiate the problem.

RE: Dishcloth Edgings

I would like a pattern for crocheting around a regular face cloth or washcloth. I donít know if I need to make the edging and sew it on or I can crochet into the cloth. I would prefer crocheting into the cloth in the manner of edging a flannel blanket. Would poking holes around the washcloth ruin the cloth? Help me. Any suggestions appreciated. Lynda

<< reply >>

I think that would be the best way to add an edging is to crochet it directly onto the cloth.
Poking holes around a cloth doesn't hurt the fabric as long as no threads are broken in the process.
You can make the holes with a small crochet hook, by using a sewing machine without thread on a long stitch or with any other pointed item such as an ice pick.

You can find numerous styles of edging patterns linked on this page:

RE: Reading Directions

Hi, my name is Carol Blue. I did a lot of crocheting years ago making ripple afghans from minimal directions. My daughter is pregnant and I have directions for a "beginners" ripple baby afghan. Please help me with these instructions:Dc2tog Row 1 (right side): Dc in 4th ch from hook, dc2tog,*dc in next 5 ch [2 dc in next ch] twice, dc in next 5 dc **, [dc2tog] twice: rep from * to last 4 ch, end at **; dc2tog, dc in last 2 ch; turn--100sts. I am not sure how to DC2tog. Please help. I hope to get this afghan done before March. Thanks, Carol Blue

<< reply >>

Dc2tog (double crochet two together) is a decrease stitch that is worked over the next two crochet stitches.

Here's how:
Work a double crochet in the next stitch without completing the very last step (leave the last two loops on the hook),
then double crochet in the next stitch without completing the last step. You should have three loops on the hook
then yarn over and draw through all the loops. Decrease made.

You can find this and many other stitch abbreviations and instructions on our Crochet Basics page:


RE: Clothespin Bag

I wanted to thank you for the pattern... I made this bag last night and just used it to hang my clothes.
Not only is it adorable, but it is the best clothespin bag ever!

Clothespin Bag Free Crochet Pattern

It stays open for easy access and is so cheerfull!
I made mine with a mix of white sugar and cream cotton and Red Heart kids in hot pink.

Thanks so much! Nanette Warn

RE: Fashion Doll Sun Dress

Hi The dress is easy as you said ,my only problem is how to do the straps. I didn't find them with the pattren. Thank You, for sharing your talent with us. Liz

<< reply >>

The straps are worked with chain stitches. Join the thread on one end of Row 1, make enough chains to reach over the doll's shoulder to the back of the dress and join with a slip stitch (position shown in photo). Repeat on the opposite side.

RE: Fashion Doll Sun Dress

Hi from Germany! My name is Ines and Iíve tried out your nice and simple Barbie dress, itís really sweet! I hope that I soon will find my good old Barbie to try it on; afterwards Iíll make a few more of this dress, in different colors and give them all to my 10-year old nieceís birthday, she will surely love them! Iím sorry to tell you that youíve forgotten to describe how to make the haltersÖ Now Iím sitting here, thinking about how youíve made them, if youíve made them with single crochets or just with chains, and how many and so onÖ. Could you please write me back so that Iíll know how to work them? Thank you in advance and looking forward to your answer, Ines

<< reply >>

The straps are worked with chain stitches. Join the thread on one end of Row 1, make enough chains to reach over the doll's shoulder to the back of the dress and join with a slip stitch (position shown in photo). Repeat on the opposite side.

Am I missing something? I don't see any instructions for the shoulder straps on this dress. I am almost finished crocheting the dress and I guess I will have to improvise for the straps. I will be eagerly awaiting for a response, my Great Grandaughter asked me to make her doll a dress and I promised her that I would, so any help would be appreciated. Thanks Barbara

<< reply >>

The straps are worked with chain stitches. Join the thread on one end of Row 1, make enough chains to reach over the doll's shoulder to the back of the dress and join with a slip stitch (position shown in photo). Repeat on the opposite side.

Re: Fashion_Doll_Apron

Hi there, I was wondering if your patterns are for the old body style barbie or the new one. Thanks so very much! God bless, Ramona

<< reply >>

I didn't realize the doll sizes varied very much.
I used one of the older Barbies for many of my patterns... the kind that still had the bendable legs.

Re: Dog Sweater Pattern

Hi Lisa I am wanting to use your pattern to crochet doggie jackect for our local dog schelter.
Can you please tell me what is an Hdc that is in your pattern?
Kind regards Delise Joubert South Africa

<< reply >>

HDC is a Half Double Crochet.
A half double crochet is worked as follows:
Yarn over and insert your hook into the stitch or space indicated, yarn over again and pull up a loop.
(You should have three loops on your hook.)
Yarn over again and draw through all three of the loops on the hook.

Hiya over there in ???, sorry not sure which country youre in lol. But anyhow youhave a wonderful well set out site and just love your many patterns, especially the dog ones. Im going to make a start to make dog coats with my first love of arts & crafts and that would be Crotchet. My Grandma taught me when i was little and I just love it. Ive been looking for a basic pattern and was so pleased to have found this site. Your little Hayley is just as pretty as a picture, a real sweetie. God Bless you all Lori ( I'm a kiwi living in Oz)

<< reply >>

Thank you so much for signing my Guestbook.
I live in the United States... thanks for the nice comments.
Feel free to visit Crochet N More often and/or write anytime.

Re: The Dog House

I love this pattern, thk you soo much for posting it, I'm a beginner but getting really good,
here is a picture of my Onyx

Crochet Dog Sweater Pattern

wearing the Sweater I made (1hr. 1/2) following your pattern.
The sweater was a pattern I used by linda (link on your page),
her dog Binky was wearing the beige sweater, I jus made it
a little longer and added the pom-poms.

thk you again!



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