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1  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Tears to rainbows on: December 10, 2013 03:15:16 PM
Gorgeous colors! It looks amazing.
2  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Ruffled Scarves on: October 13, 2013 08:37:22 AM
Your scarves are fabulous! Grin

I must give this pattern & yarn a go.

Thanks Cheesy They do turn out very pretty and they're so cozy and warm. I was thinking about combining two yarns at once, but I'm not sure how I'll do it. I will try soon, to see how it turns out Cheesy
3  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Ruffled Scarves on: September 02, 2013 09:00:05 AM
Nice job! I've seen these before but don't know how to make them. Do you just single crochet the edge?
Thanks. I watched this tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0RI04BU6p4 and went from there.


I love the look of finished ruffle scarves, but can't stand working with ruffle yarn lol. I admire anyone who can hahaha!!!

Thanks Cheesy It was kind of hard at first. The only thing that frustrated me was that I had to stop every now and then to untwist the yarn Tongue
4  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Question about blocking on: August 26, 2013 05:18:42 AM
Hey everyone! I have this weird question about blocking. So far, I've never done it. The only thing I did that sort of resembles blocking (or at least, how I understand blocking works) is ironing my projects.  But I know the most used blocking method is to get the finished project wet and then stretching it and drying it like that. That's fine with me.

What I don't understand is this: if I wash whatever it is I worked on after I blocked it (and worn it) doesn't it go back to it's shape before being blocked? I'm hoping my question makes sense  Huh
5  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Color Wheel Afghan ~Blast from Past~ on: August 24, 2013 02:37:05 AM
It looks amazing!
6  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Ruffled Scarves on: August 24, 2013 02:30:15 AM
I love the look!  The green one is particularly beautiful...nice job, and nice score on the yarn!

Thanks. I'm just sorry they don't have other yarns as well *pouts*

These are great!  Love the variety of colors you made. Smiley

Thanks. I was hoping to find a rainbow colored one, but no luck so far.

Lovely scarfs, congrats on the score.

Thanks!

Lovely scarfs , i love the blue one especially  Smiley

Thanks. I love the blue one too.
7  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: My first afghan on: August 16, 2013 03:54:19 AM


Handwash would be safest, but I've found that most things can hold up to gentle on cold.  Just line-dry if you can.  Dryers are the real killers.

I put it in the washing machine and fortunately it was okay. I don't have a dryer (I like to let my clothes to line-dry). And it didn't ruin the afghan. I was a bit scared, but it turned out very well *phew*

Its beautiful!  Cheesy Fantastic job! And I agree, the piece is really beautiful and it does catch the eye. Beautiful job!

Also thank you for giving the link to the pattern. I might have a go.

Thank you!
Ohh, I can't wait to see how yours turned out.
8  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Tardis Purse on: August 16, 2013 03:19:42 AM
It looks amazing!  Grin
9  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Ruffled Scarves on: August 16, 2013 03:16:39 AM
My favorite Euro shop in town is closing *sob*sob*sniffle*sniffle* And they're having a massive sale, especially on yarn. Unfortunately, they have only these yarns and the yarn with pom poms (which I can't say I love all that much). Anyway I decided to buy the ruffled yarns since they looked amazingly cute and I was always a little jealous of all those ruffled scarves I see in town (but the cost is stupidly high, if you ask me). Anyway, while I'm watching Roswell so far I made these four:




I'm completely in love with them. I tried using a different crochet method, but I didn't exactly love how it looked. This way, however, is very pretty. I still have some yarn left (okay, more, since I bought 10 skeins per color *blushes*) so I was thinking of maybe combining the colors? I'm not sure, but I do love how these scarves turned out Cheesy
10  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: My first afghan on: April 26, 2013 01:01:35 PM
I think that it's really pretty looking.
Thank you!

Your afghan turned out very pretty. Depending on the yarn you used you might be able to wash it in the washer.  I wash some of mine in cold water and dry them on the low delicate setting. That's for acrylic yarn though. If you still have the tags/papers from your yarn it should tell you the washing guidelines.

Thank you! uhhh... no, I didn't keep the tags. But I only had indications for the yarn I used in the middle. The yellow one near the end didn't have anything. And there are three types of yarn in there... I think it would be safer if I hand wash it.
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