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1  Rose and Star *With Tutorial* in Crochet: Completed Projects by SnB on: July 09, 2011 09:21:47 PM
I modified this pattern: http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/80214AD.html?noImages= from Lion Brand for the rose. The granny square star is just fooling around. I have no idea what I'll do with either one, but the flower may become a corsage eventually.

Updated with tutorial for the rose:
It's really easy!
I used one color. And one row. Use any hook and yarn type that strikes your fancy.

Chain 40 or however large you want the rose to be.
Row 1: 3 hdc in 3rd ch from hook, 4 dc in next ch, 5 dc in next ch, 3 tr in each ch to the end.
Fasten off.
Coil Flower into a spiral. Sew across base to secure. Weave in ends.
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2  Laptop Cozy in Crochet: Completed Projects by SnB on: July 09, 2011 09:14:32 PM
I started a laptop cozy because I needed something lightweight and bright. I chose a granny line (straight granny square?). Went around the length it needed to be, and then joined it in a circle to make the whole project more stable. I love it! Comments welcome!
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3  Barbie Mint Green Dress with Pattern in Crochet: Completed Projects by SnB on: June 22, 2011 03:23:58 AM
Sorry about the .com reference on my earlier photos! I'm being careful to share with this community as much as they've shared with me! To say thank you, I'd like to post this pattern.


I was home on a visit with my Mom when we lost power off and on for two weeks due to freak tornado weather. With no internet, phone (cell reception died long before my phone did), television or new books to read, I turned to crochet. I was looking for Barbie patterns, but came across a lot of outdated patterns that had Barbie's old measurements. So I took three patterns from my grandmother's old books and created this little number. Feel free to recreate. You're welcome to sell any items from the pattern, but please give credit back to The Crafty Ginger when you do. It's a basic dress, and I'm a tight stitcher so your mileage may vary. Let me know what you think!

Posted from my website:

This pattern is not to be used for resale. All content is original and TheCraftyGinger. If you run into any snags or have any suggestions, please feel free to leave them in comments.

Size 5 Hook, Size 10 crochet cotton

Chain 47

Row 1: Sc in 46 across (46)

Row 2: Ch1 turn, sc in ea sc across (46)

Row 3: Ch1 turn, sc in next 18 sc, 2 sc in next 2 sc, sc in next 6 sc, 2 sc in next 2 sc, sc in next 18 sc (50)

Row 4: Ch1 turn, sc in next 19 sc, 2 sc in next two sc, sc in next 8 sc, 2 sc in next 2 sc, sc in next 19 sc (54)

Row 5: Ch1 turn, sc in 54 sc across (54)

Row 6: Ch1 turn, sc in 54 sc across (54)

Row 7: Ch1 turn, sc in next 18 sc, (sc next 2 sc tog) twice, sc in next 10 sc, (sc next 2 sc tog) twice, sc in next 18 sc (50)

Row 8: Ch1 turn, sc in next 16 sc, (sc next 2 sc tog) twice, sc in next 10 sc, (sc next 2 sc tog) twice, sc in next 16 sc (46)

Row 9: Ch1 turn, sc in next 16 sc, sc next 2 sc tog, sc in next 10 sc, sc next 2 sc tog, sc in next 16 sc (44)

Row 10: Ch1 turn, sc in next 15 sc, sc next 2 sc tog, sc in next 10 sc, sc next 2 sc tog, sc next 15 sc (42)

Row 11-14: Ch1 turn, sc in each sc across (42)

Row 15: Ch1 turn, sc in next 3 sc, sc next 2 sc tog, repeat until 2 sc remain, sc in last 2 sc (33)

Row 16-19: Ch1 turn, sc across (33)

Row 20: Ch1 turn, 2 sc in ea sc across (66)

Row 21: Ch1 turn, sc in ea sc across (66) *Note: at this point you can tie off and have a cute little halter. Sew velcro on the back and finish it up.

Row 22: *Ch 3 turn, sc in next sc, rep from * to end.

Row 23-27 *Ch 3 turn, sc in next 3 ch space, rep from * to end.

Row 28-29 *Ch 3 turn, sc in next 3 ch space, rep from * to end. Ch 3, sc attach to other 3 ch space, closing the skirt. Continue *ch 3, sc in next 3 ch space, around.

Row 30-End Continue pattern of *ch 3, sc in next 3 ch space until skirt reaches length desired. Tie off. And weave in strings.

To finish off the dress, sew velcro to the back.

What I would have done differently:

I would have made the dress a little longer. I also didnt have enough time to finish underclothes for the poor lady before I headed back to Alaska.

Keep crafting!

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4  Crochet Angel for my Mom in Crochet: Completed Projects by SnB on: June 21, 2011 12:35:13 AM
My Mom is going in for surgery soon. She loves angels and the color green, so I thought I'd whip her up a little something to help make her smile. Sorry for the crochet frenzy, but I just got my photo editing software in and I'm still learning the ropes. Comments welcome!

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5  Sack Person for CBSOP's Father's Day Celebration in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by SnB on: June 21, 2011 12:14:11 AM
So my husband is awesome. He makes some of the best food evah, and I love giving him surprises on his special days. Father's Day was pretty important this year, because last year I was deployed through anniversaries, birthdays, father's day, and all other major holidays so I missed seeing his face when he got one of my crafted goodies.

As a family we recently discovered the magic of Little Big Planet. I adore the game and so does the rest of the family. Jerry took so much pride in building his sackboy that I just had to make it for him. Smiley Pattern is in development. I took bits and pieces from other projects I'd done before. A couple of people definitely helped with the head. The fingers have wrapped wire so they're pose-able.

I hope you enjoy!





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6  Re: Dishalicious Dishcloth/Washcloth Swap Rd 11 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by SnB on: June 16, 2011 08:23:24 PM
Here are the AMAZING dishcloths gerbilgal sent me! Sorry for the blurring.  Embarrassed





Aren't they gorgeous??? My husband is going to use them in his 4th of July pics for his food blog. GORGEOUS! THANK YOU!!!
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7  Re: ACTIVE: GRANNY-A-DAY APRIL *A YEAR OF GRANNIES* Start: 4/1/2011 in Crochetalongs by SnB on: April 13, 2011 01:25:34 AM
You guys are doing so great! I'm new to the forum *waves* Hi! I have a granny square project I'm working on...it's all doll-sized! Anyway, I'll try to post pics. Let me know if it doesn't work:



The fleece behind the granny square will be the pillow backing (the granny square will be the decorative front). It's a fun project. Smiley

Thanks for looking!
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