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Hi! I've been crocheting off and on since I was 10 or so. My grandmother taught me. I've made several baby blankets and 3 or 4 full size afghans. Right now I'm working on a granny square afghan for my living room. They are 10 inch squares I have 15 done and 20 to go. On Thanksgiving I taught 2 of my nieces (8 and 10) how to crochet. The 8 year old really picked up on it fast and is addicted. She's gone through 1 skein of yarn in her project already!! I love this thread! Everyone is so talented and is creating beautiful projects!
Welcome to the thread. I'm loving how this thread is growing. How cool for you to be able to pass your crafty knowledge on. This will be something you can share for years to come.
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I have to add here that my DS is all boy. Totally obsessed with robots and how to dismantle things, etc. He watches me knit/crochet and mentioned one day that he may want me to teach him. I thought he was just being nice, but he asked about 3 times that week. So I taught him to make a chain and single crochet. He actually has made a few long chains as cat toys. I was thrilled it wasn't a video game he was asking for...
That's so cool.
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Good evening ladies. How are all those projects coming along? Christina did you every get a cro-hook?

I finished assembling the second granny last night so it just needs trimmed & I'll be done with both of them. Yay!! Now to finish up the cro-hook one. It's half done.
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How do you get sooo much done?! It's been a hectic week here, but cro-hook is still on my list. I've already been through my yarn stash looking for the right yarn for the project. Now I've just got to get to the store.

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I finished assembling the second granny last night so it just needs trimmed & I'll be done with both of them. Yay!! Now to finish up the cro-hook one. It's half done.
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I'm pouting just a little bit. My crochet 101 class at Joann was tonight. I waited around 10 minutes then went back up to the front and was told there was no class scheduled. Showed them the receipt and the schedule. They just had never put it in the computer. I'm rescheduled for next week- not the best night for me but I'm eager to get started.
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I'm pouting just a little bit. My crochet 101 class at Joann was tonight. I waited around 10 minutes then went back up to the front and was told there was no class scheduled. Showed them the receipt and the schedule. They just had never put it in the computer. I'm rescheduled for next week- not the best night for me but I'm eager to get started.
Oh that is such a bummer. I hope the class is worth all this.
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How do you get sooo much done?! It's been a hectic week here, but cro-hook is still on my list. I've already been through my yarn stash looking for the right yarn for the project. Now I've just got to get to the store.
I'm a pretty fast crocheter, & I don't work outside the home, so I've got plenty of time.
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well, thats a bummer for sure. Did they offer you something for thier boo-boo? you may want to ask, after all, you spent time and gas to be there! seems to me you should have a free class coming or somehting!
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So I finished one of the granny square Christmas stockings I was making for my friend's grandchildren today. Thank God. It took me FOREVER to sew the sucker together. Tomorrow I will finish the other one and I hope she does not have any more grandchildren for a long time.

I purchased some yarn to make a baby blanket for my son's friend. Gonna do all white. Have never done that so I hope it works up pretty.

I knit a little and finished mittens and am almost finished a hat to go with it. I do those for a group at my church.

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I finally have a cro-hook!
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So I finished one of the granny square Christmas stockings I was making for my friend's grandchildren today. Thank God. It took me FOREVER to sew the sucker together. Tomorrow I will finish the other one and I hope she does not have any more grandchildren for a long time.

I purchased some yarn to make a baby blanket for my son's friend. Gonna do all white. Have never done that so I hope it works up pretty.

I knit a little and finished mittens and am almost finished a hat to go with it. I do those for a group at my church.

Have a great weekend.
Is there any way you could do the stockings join as you go? And any pics??
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I finally have a cro-hook!
Whoo hoo!! Have you tried anything yet? I'm hoping you enjoy it now that I've got you to buy stuff. LOL
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No you cannot sew as you go because you have to fold and turn the squares. Not good with the pics thing, but will try.

What is the cro hook and what are you guys making with it? I tried reading back in the thread but did not find it.
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Read post #182 and click on "here". Split Pea has pics of what she made. Now you'll be 'hooked', too!


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What is the cro hook and what are you guys making with it? I tried reading back in the thread but did not find it.
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Y'all have made some beautiful and impressive stuff. I always end up mixing up a pattern, no matter how I try to keep things straight. I always up with an acceptable finished products, but man it's a challenge.
Any hints for working with the homespun by lion brand? I'm trying to loosen up my tension so I don't keep catching the hook on the fibers, but it's driving me bonkers!
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No you cannot sew as you go because you have to fold and turn the squares. Not good with the pics thing, but will try.

What is the cro hook and what are you guys making with it? I tried reading back in the thread but did not find it.
That's a bummer.

I've made afghans & scarfs & bags with crohook. Here's a link to my post on my blog. http://crochetedsass.blogspot.com/20...ook-scarf.html I need to post some of my other projects with this technique.

Here's a link to a tutorial on crohooking. http://www.crochetcabana.com/special...het-double.htm
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Y'all have made some beautiful and impressive stuff. I always end up mixing up a pattern, no matter how I try to keep things straight. I always up with an acceptable finished products, but man it's a challenge.
Any hints for working with the homespun by lion brand? I'm trying to loosen up my tension so I don't keep catching the hook on the fibers, but it's driving me bonkers!
It sounds like silly advice but try to relax. Maybe put on some music. It always helps me to get in a rythym. Also try to concentrate on making sure your hook is turned down at the project when you pull through. Sometimes it's just not turned quite enough so it catches. HTH
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It sounds like silly advice but try to relax. Maybe put on some music. It always helps me to get in a rythym. Also try to concentrate on making sure your hook is turned down at the project when you pull through. Sometimes it's just not turned quite enough so it catches. HTH
I'll have to try that. Once I get the first row done, the next row of the stitches are placed in the chain-1 spaces made in the first row, and continues that way like a giant granny square. Once I can start stitching in those open spaces, I think I'll do better.
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OK ladies - I have a question for you. What is your favorite type or brand of yarn to work with? I like the Caron Simply Soft yarn. It has such a soft, snuggly feel to it. I don't like working with a rough stiff yarn such as Red Heart Classic. It irritates my finger as is slides across it.
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this looks like a great site, some free patterns too
came in an email

http://www.crochetsoiree.com/patterns/free/
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OK ladies - I have a question for you. What is your favorite type or brand of yarn to work with? I like the Caron Simply Soft yarn. It has such a soft, snuggly feel to it. I don't like working with a rough stiff yarn such as Red Heart Classic. It irritates my finger as is slides across it.
I like the simply soft too. I also like Lionbrands homespun. I do use a lot of red heart though. You could try putting a band-aid on your finger where the yarn rubs acrossed it
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this looks like a great site, some free patterns too
came in an email

http://www.crochetsoiree.com/patterns/free/
Cool site. Thanks for the link.
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So what's everyone working on? I'm finishingup the trim on a crohook afghan, & then starting a set of fingerless mitts. I've also put up a few new posts on my blog.
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http://caron.com/g7_sample.html

here is a link to get a free skein of Caron new yarn.
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So what's everyone working on? I'm finishingup the trim on a crohook afghan, & then starting a set of fingerless mitts. I've also put up a few new posts on my blog.
Sounds good. Do you have a pattern for the fingerless mitts?
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Sounds good. Do you have a pattern for the fingerless mitts?
I'm using this one by Attic24. It's not really a pattern, more of a explanation. Very easy though. And I love the bobble stitch edging.

http://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/20...t-warmers.html
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I'm using this one by Attic24. It's not really a pattern, more of a explanation. Very easy though. And I love the bobble stitch edging.

http://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/20...t-warmers.html
Thank you very much. I am going to go look at it now.
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Not to sound stupid, but do you have to use two different skeins of yarn to do the cro-hook.
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I don't like rough yarns either. I use almost everything, but I do use a lot of Vanna's choice from Lionbrand. Have to admit though that when I want the 'right' yarn for a project (sweater, baby, etc) I will buy yarn from all corners of the world! Last year for Christmas I asked my DH to buy me enough yarn for a project that was hand dyed alpaca from Manos del Uruguay. Not only is the yarn absolutely delicious, but the company promotes social and economic opportunities for the women who make the yarn. Rare treat, but so worth it.


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I did a swatch yesterday to practice cro-hook. I just used 2 contrasting colors so I could get used to where the stitches were and then ripped it out. It was fun, but feels awkward right now. I would like to find some cro-hook patterns.


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Not to sound stupid, but do you have to use two different skeins of yarn to do the cro-hook.
Not stupid at all! Yes, you do use two different skeins of yarn. They could be the same yarn (but different skeins) or two contrasting yarns.

Cro-kniting is fun and fast but every time I do it I have to...well, not re-learn it, but rather rewrap my head around it! Give it a go! It really is fun.
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Not to sound stupid, but do you have to use two different skeins of yarn to do the cro-hook.
So not stupid. Yes you use 2 different skeins. You could probably work off either end of a skein but it would be so awkward. You can roll your skein into 2 balls though. I would actually suggest 2 colors to start though. I've never tried with the same color on both sides. It would be way harder to keep track of stitches.
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I did a swatch yesterday to practice cro-hook. I just used 2 contrasting colors so I could get used to where the stitches were and then ripped it out. It was fun, but feels awkward right now. I would like to find some cro-hook patterns.
It is definately a different hand movement. It will get easier as you go. I learned how to crohook first & have done so many it seems way easy to me. I could probably crohook in the dark. LOL

Here are a few pattern links.

http://hmmmk.tripod.com/Crohook.htm
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http://www.needlepointers.com/ShowAr...aspx?NavID=583
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Shelley, Thank you for the links. Hope to get on here later and look into them! Have a great day!
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I like to use Caron Simply Soft or Red Heart Soft. I recently tried I Love This Yarn (from Hobby Lobby or at craftsetc.com) and it's much softer than Red Heart Super Saver. I made a hat with it in the camo color and it felt like crocheting with chenille yarn.
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Some finished hats! I need to seriously start on my holiday items.
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those hats are just adorable!!
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Fantastic hats. I know, I'm having trouble staying focused on what I'm 'supposed' to be doing, too.
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Those are such cute hats! So is the little girl!
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Some finished hats! I need to seriously start on my holiday items.
Oh so adorable & the hats are great too.
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