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REVERSE SINGLE CROCHET (a/k/a CRAB STITCH)
A reverse single crochet is worked from left to right; whereas a regular single crochet stitch is worked from right to left.
Insert your hook into the stitch or space indicated, then yarn over and pull up a loop. (You should have two loops on your hook.) Yarn over and draw through both of the loops on your hook. This stitch takes a bit of practice but the outcome is well worth the effort.
Watch the video:
encyclopedia of knitting and crochet facts"
Placing a marker in the very first stitch
on a row will help you remember which stitch is the last one
you need to work into on the way back. This may be all you need to
help you not skip stitches and keep your edges straight.
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Re: Dog Sweater for Yorkie
Thank you sooooo much for your website!
I am interested in the dog sweater with the hole for the front legs.
My pooch is a very small Yorkie. Any ideas for converting this one to really small?
I’m going to re-read the conversion column but I still wanted to write to you.
Thanks a lot!
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You're very welcome.
Our original dog sweater pattern offers the best fit for any breed.
You might try Linda's version of the sweater which is sized for a chihuahua:
Red Heart has a sweater pattern you might enjoy also:
Could you please email me the ABC baby blanket crochet pattern?
If thee is a charge for this I would be happy to pay for it first.
Thank you so much
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The Baby’s ABCs Afghan pattern is only available in graph form.
You can print it from this page:
Crocheted Dish Towel Topper Pattern - Rows 2-4
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Thank you. You have a lovely voice for tutorials and show every step nicely.
I love this sweater!!!
Here's a pic of mine.
* Molly *
I just realized when thinking of sending you a picture that I forgot the edging. I will go back and do that.
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You did a great job!
Thank you so much for sharing your photos.
I have added Molly to The Dog House
in hopes of inspiring others to make this sweater for their furry friends.
Do you have pattern called mermaid blanket ?
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I have a pattern called “Julee’s Mermaid Tail”.
It fits a girls size 7-8 and is made so the feet go inside the fin.
Actual tail measurements are on the pattern page.
There’s also a free pattern on Ravelry called “Mermaid Tail Afghan”
Crocheted Dish Towel Topper - Base Row
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Are you using a half of a towel?
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Crocheted Dish Towel Topper - Rows 10-24
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crochetnmore- thank you very much for your thorough tutorial on the topper! I have had no issues with sound on my iPad, actually I could hear so well that I actually heard that acrylic yarn that she was using!
Thank you soooo much for your response. This is the sweater I crocheted.
Since I have only been crocheting for about 1 yr., it was quite the challenge. It is for a young woman in our church, but my Son and DIL are considering adoption soon, it was important I find a hat. Thank you again.
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You're very welcome Donna.
The sweater is adorable!
I'm sure your gift will be a blessing.
Re: Crochet Question
I'm Hooking in BETWEEN the "V", then UNDER the front bar/loop of the previous row¿? the front bar of the current loop before I hook in between the "V", then UNDER & OUT of the back loop of the "V" my hook is between, then I yo, and pull back up through ALL of it, through the top of the "V" and even further, back through the original loop (A), out of the top, so that new loop can serve as (A) for the next pull back out through the top, to create the next loop...Does that even make sense?
*shakes head*...I have been teaching myself a TON of stitches, and I now (after having taken a better look at the waistcoat stitch), I have no clue WHAT stitch I'm making. While it is similar to the linked stitch, it is definitely NOT the same thing, nor do I think it is the Center Single Crochet stitch (as I am going under the bar not the legs of the previous st)...Oh, and I AM going under the bar, NOT under that front loop of the previous row (it can get confusing some times when I'm pulling up that bar so that I can fit my hook under it, before pushing under and out oi
As silly as it sounds, I really don't have a clue what stitch I'm using now...as I do not recognize it from the stitches I've learned/taught myself this far....It is however, another one of those stacked top on top of each other stitches with no spaces between. I'm continuing to use it to see how it looks long term, but as I'm trying to create a project crochet chart and pattern for a sweater...*laughs*... I really do need to know what this is called...I doubt it is anything "new", although that would be cool (aka FABULOUS!); however, I do not for a minute think that I'm so lucky as to stumble upon nor to have created a new stitch so early in my crocheting career/journey...much less, one so simple, so someone had to have developed this before and therefore named it something...*laughs* *smiles*
So, considering your much vaster knowledge base & widely ranging experiences with so many stitches...Could you PLEASE HELP ME figure out what this is already called so that I can mark it down correctly in my newly created project pattern? If you would also happen to know the correct crochet chart symbol for it, that would be really great (& amazing!)
Thank you so much for your time and assistance! I look forward to your reply and hopefully, your guidance and insight.
..... I continue with my "Curiously Crocheting" ....*smiles*
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To be honest, I don't recall having ever heard of a "waistcoat stitch" until you mentioned it. I found this tutorial:
which it appears is written in UK terms. The stitch used for the waistcoat stitch is an American Single Crochet... worked only from the right side of the work. I did see it referred to on another page as a “center single crochet” also.
Here’s a pattern for a Waistcoat Stitch Potholder:
Is this what you were doing?
What terms do you use... UK or American?
Can you send me a photo?
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Humor provides us with a valuable tool for
maintaining an inner strength in the midst
of outer turmoil. - Brian Deery
A businessman had a tiring day on the road. He checked into a
hotel and, because he was concerned that the dining room might
close soon, left his luggage at the front desk and went
immediately to eat.
After a leisurely dinner, he reclaimed his luggage and realized
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and told the clerk on duty, "My name is Henry Davis, can you
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Suzi, my cousin, was telling me about an evening service at
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usually sat in the back, but this time they moved up front to be
sure to hear the Scripture reading. They sat beside a long-time
church member who cheerfully said, "Good to have ya with us!
Where y'all from?"
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A friend and I were driving in the country looking for an address. We found the town, but we couldn't locate the road.
We drove to the police station. They'd never heard of the road.
Neither had the Fire Department.
We went to City Hall, where a community get-together was going on. We consulted a map, with no luck, until finally we happened to ask one young man who knew exactly where the street was. He pointed to the map, showing us exactly how to get there.
I said, "Thank you. Are you with the Police? Or the Fire Department?"
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Years ago when my two girls were small, they were taught how
to say their blessing before eating their meal. One night as
I was busy scurrying around the kitchen, I told them both to
stay their blessings without me.
I took a moment to watch them as they both squeezed their eyes
tightly shut over folded hands. As my 4-year-old finished, her
3-year-old sister kept on praying.
Another minute or two passed before she lifted her head, looked
at her plate, and in an indignant voice said, "Hey! My peas are
A 12-year-old girl asked her mother, "Mom, do you
have a baby picture of yourself? I need it for a
Her mother gave her one without thinking to ask
what the project was.
A few days later she was in the classroom for a
parent-teacher meeting when she noticed her face
pinned to a mural the students had created. The
title of their project was "The oldest thing in
A minister was planning a wedding at the close of the
Sunday morning service.
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down to be married for a brief ceremony before the
For the life of him, he couldn't think of the names of
those who were to be married.
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front?" he requested.
Immediately, nine single ladies, three widows, four
widowers, and six single men stepped to the front.
Recently, our 18-year-old daughter started hunting for her first real job.
She spent an afternoon filling out applications, leaving them on the kitchen
table to finish later.
As I walked by, a section of the application on top jumped out at me. Under
"Previous Employment" she wrote, "Baby sitting."
In answer to "Reason for Leaving" she wrote, "Parents came home."
A very cheap man was looking for a gift for a friend. Everything
was too expensive, except for a broken glass vase which he could
purchase for almost nothing. He asked the store to send it, hoping
his friend would think it had been broken in transit.
In due time, the man received an acknowledgement from his friend.
"Thanks for the vase," it read. "It was so thoughtful of you to wrap
each piece separately."
I work in a school department that is supported by
On his first day, my new boss delivered some bad news.
He said, "Unfortunately your last boss failed to apply
for the grant that supports your work. You will be
terminated at the end of this month. Did you know that?"
Admittedly, I was unprepared for this, but I was not
Two weeks before the end of my tenure, the new boss
came to me. He said, "Before you go, please submit the
lesson plans you would have used for the next three
I said, "Oh, I'm sorry, those lesson plans were covered
in the grant. Didn't you know that?"
Three men worked in the Empire State Building on
the 102nd floor.
One day the elevator was out of service, so they
had to walk up to their office. To pass the time,
they decided that one would sing a song, one would
tell a joke, and the third would tell a sad story -
each taking a turn every floor until they reached
Finally, as they reached the 100th floor, one man
sang his last song. As they reached the 101st
floor, the second guy told his last joke. As they
ascended the flight to the 102nd floor, the third
man said, "I forgot the key."
Reaching the end of a job interview, the Human Resources
Person asked a young Engineer fresh out of MIT, "And what
starting salary were you looking for?"
The Engineer said, "In the neighborhood of $125,000 a year,
depending on the benefits package."
The interviewer said, "Well, what would you say to a package
of 5-weeks vacation, 14 paid holidays, full medical and dental,
company matching retirement fund to 50% of salary, and a
company car leased every 2 years say, a red Corvette?"
The Engineer sat up straight and said, "Wow! Are you kidding?"
And the interviewer replied, "Yeah, but you started it."