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1  Re: Dreadlocks in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by outofthequestion on: October 30, 2008 06:14:37 AM
I actually think dreads make my hair look thicker and fuller, so I'm not sure. I bobbed my hair, tho, after I combed out, so I'm working on using a ponytail of hair my sister gave me a few years ago into dread extensions. You could try that, maybe, too. Tho I do think the wool looks cool, I'm just not sure how well it holds up. Let us know how it goes. I'd love to see them. Smiley Here's one of the dreads I made with my sister's hair:

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2  Re: Divine Easter Hats in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: July 23, 2008 11:30:23 PM
Okay... I hope this helps. Some of the pics are dark. I used a light yarn, and the only way I could get it to show up was to turn the flash off. Sorry about that... Now, this is not my pattern, only a variation of the Divine Hat Pattern in order to fit a newborn...

Okay... Make your ring, then using an H hook, crochet 11 DC into the ring like this picture:



Then the next row is just like the pattern. FPDC in each DC. Here is a picture showing the FPDC:



Excuse the sloppy arrows in this pic. Okay. Here's a pic showing how to FPDC and then DC in the SPACE. This pic shows two DC in space, but for the next row you will FPDC in the FPDC below it, and *then in the space right after that FPDC you will DC. Then in the next FPDC below, you will FPDC again* and repeat from * until you get to the end of that row.



Okay.. The variation for baby pattern is like this... (NOT TAKING CREDIT HERE... This is NOT my pattern, only a newborn baby hat variation).

Here is the original adult size pattern:

http://www.rheatheylia.com/index.php?page=patterns&id=0

With H hook (I used simply soft yarn)

row 1) 11 DC in ring.
row 2)11 FPDC in each DC below
row 3)*FPDC in FPDC below, then DC in space* around.
row 4)*FPDC in FPDC below, then 2 DC in space* around. (the 2 DC are in the SAME SPACE. You SKIP the DC below it, and then FPDC in the next FPDC below it)
row 5)repeat row 4
row 6)*FPDC in FPDC below, then 3 DC in space* around. (the 3 DC are in the SAME SPACE. You SKIP the DC's below it, and then FPDC in the next FPDC below it)
row 7)repeat row 6
row 8)repeat row 6
row 9)*FPDC in FPDC below, then 4 DC in space* around. (the 4 DC are in the SAME SPACE. You SKIP the 3 DC's below it, and then FPDC in the next FPDC below it)
row 10)repeat row 9
row 11)repeat row 10
row 12)repeat row 11
row 13)DC in each stitch across
row 14)*FPDC in first DC below BPDC in next DC below* across
row 15)repeat row 14 and finish off

More pics as you go:

Here you can see doing a row with FPDC and then 2 DC in same space around...



Here you are doing 4 dc in the same space after FPDC:



FPDC and BPDC in DC pic:



finished hat:



I hope this doesn't confuse you more. Its late (Or is that early :-P), and I'm running on only fumes here LOL... Let me know if you have questions. And rheatheylia could probably help you even more. Smiley Hope you get it done on time! Smiley
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3  "Crime Scene -- Do Not Cross" Crochet Intarsia Scarf in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: June 05, 2008 10:03:42 PM
Made this for my honey's birthday:

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4  Re: Headphone cosies in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: April 26, 2008 07:37:07 PM
great idea! I made some just today:

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5  Cinco de Mayo Princess Dress in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: April 24, 2008 09:12:14 AM


Pattern from Crochet Today Magazine -- May/June '08






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6  Crocheted Fuzzy Cell Phone Cozies in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: April 11, 2008 09:57:16 AM
Last night I made my girls cell phone cozies. They were thrilled this morning with their new gifts. Smiley





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7  Re: PinkCrochet Kitty Hat *Update now with tutorial* in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: March 31, 2008 09:14:52 PM
I started crocheting a kitty hat last night, and brought it with me to crochet while we ran our errands today. We had Chinese Food for lunch, and I got this fortune:

In case you cant read it (Sorry for the blurry cell pic), it says:

Try a new hat for a change in looks. Be creative!







(And it turned out big enough to fit over my puny dreads)

Bahaha -- Meow =^.^=

PS. Thanks for the pattern!
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8  Boba Skull Purse in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: March 25, 2008 10:16:03 PM
I made this for my friend Bubba back in February for her birthday (Yes, Bubba is her nickname). It didn't quite turn out how I had hoped, but thought I would share anyway...

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9  Re: With Daisies all in a row... **Pattern pg 10 - pics pg 13** in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: March 25, 2008 10:05:10 PM
Here's mine so far. I haven't gotten to work on it in a while, though.

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10  Divine Easter Hats in Crochet: Completed Projects by outofthequestion on: March 21, 2008 09:43:05 PM


Im crocheting the girls Easter hats. Zoes sporting it here before I put the flowers on them. This hat was made with a modified version of the Divine Hat Pattern.

http://www.rheatheylia.com/index.php?page=patterns&id=0

I used Simply Soft yarn, an H hook so it would be smaller for my baby's head, and added a Reverse Single Crochet to the bottom of the hat. Other than that, I followed the pattern.

Here are all of the finished hats:



And Here the girlie's are wearing them:


For my older girls, I used the same method and yarn as I did for Zoe's hat. Jewell has a medium small head compared to the pattern, so I used an I hook to crochet hers, and Kristin, I followed the pattern with the K hook, but I added the reverse double crochet to the bottom. Smiley I love the divine hat pattern
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