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21  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Pixar,Disney, Toy Story [looking for patterns] on: January 11, 2010 09:34:03 PM
Hi guys, I was wondering if anywhere here knew where I could find free crochet patterns for characters from the movie Toy Story,especially the little 3 eyed aliens. Thank you so much.
22  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / DomiKNITrix Icord Purl Necklace on: August 25, 2009 09:13:27 AM
Hello Ladies, I was wondering those of you who have the DomiKnitrix book if you have attempted her pattern for the I-cord Necklace. I am trying to do this pattern for I am having a hard time making the beads. The pattern says at the beginning that this will teach you shaping a sphere with increases and decreases.

This is the pattern

I-Cord
With DPN, cast on 3 stitches loop style
Round 1 - Knit
Round 2 - Slide stitches to opposite end of DPN, pullinf yarn tight across back, knit

Now this is where i have a problem
Small Bead {work is disributed over 2 DPN,Knit with a third needle.

Round 1 -  (RLI,K1,LLI) Twice, pick up another DPN and RLI, K2, LLI-9 stitches

Round 2-4 Knit

Insert Stuffing- Fill bead with bulky yarn or cotton ball. Hold stuffing in place while you knit the next round.

Round 5 - (SL2-K1_PSSO) 3 times, knitting all stitches onto 1 DPN-3Stitches, Continue working round 2 of I-Cord with 2 needles to desire length until next bead.


Terminology
RLI-right lifted increase=lift fist leg of stitch below next stitch onto needle and knit this stitch.

LLI-left lifted increase=Lift last leg  below last knitted stitch onto needle and knit this stitch.

SL2-K1-PSSO-slip 2, knit 1,pass slipped stitch over=slip 2 stitches together as if to knit, knit 1,2slipped stitches over knitted stitch.


If anyone here can help me please I would greatly appreciated it, Thank you so much in advance.
23  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / BBW/Plus size Swap on: June 14, 2009 02:20:03 PM
Yes ladies I know this is not the right place for this post but I figured I would have better luck here.

I am looking to swap some clothes I have that are gently used and new, some with tags still attached.

I would love to do this soon 'cos my bday is June 25th.

If anyone is interested I will send you pics of the things I have and willing to swap, I am open minded and I'll sawp for anything.

I hope all you bbw-licious ladies are doing well.
24  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Plus Size/BBW Clothing on: June 14, 2009 02:11:35 PM
I know there are alot of Curvacesous Bombshells here and I have never done a swap before.
I would love to sawp some of my gently used and new plus size clothes for something else.
I dont know how to go about it, so if there is anyone here interested I can email you pictures of the items I have (shirts,skirts,dresses)

I hope all of you guys are doing well.

PS Id like to do this soon because my birthday is June 25th.
25  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Crochet Balls, Please Help on: June 09, 2009 07:55:59 AM
Hello girls, I'm hoping you guys can help me. I am looking for crochet ball patterns, I am trying to crochet some necklaces, bracelets and earrings. I cant seem to find one any good patterns.

I am always amaze at how talented you guys are here so I am hoping someone can help me. Thank you so very much in advance.

Jo Annie.
 
26  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / YARR! my yarn came undone on: January 31, 2009 03:01:19 PM
I am learning how to knit so i figured i knit my brother a scarf since he works out in the cold and nyc can get brutal at times. In my 5th attempt to knit the scarf ( i keep dropping stiches) my yarn started coming loose. i have Caron yarn the recycled one in black. I tried my best to keep the ball of yarn together and neat but the dammed thing just fell apart, now its all one big knot im super frustrated cos i really want to give him the scarf before the winter is done.

My question is how do i get this yarn back into knitting shape?
any help would be totally appreciated.

 Huh Sad Huh Sad
27  New York / New York: NYC and Long Island / Serious About Crafting In LI? on: January 28, 2009 06:15:12 PM
hello there!

I really would love to start a crafts groups here in Long Island either in Suffolk or Nassau county. It doesn't matter what your craft is as long as you are willing to meet up either once a week or once a month what ever is convenient with you.

Im very serious about this.

we can trade more than just crafts, we can talk about music,films,food,tv etc.

If you guys are really interested that would be swell you can email me at punkCowgirl1@yahoo.com or leave a message here.

Hope to hear from you all soon my Lovely Long Islanders
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