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1  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Granny Square shirt on: July 06, 2014 12:01:20 PM
I just finished this baby and it is simply the most easy thing. The idea came when one of this days I wanted to create a project and I wanted to have a cool shirt, unfortunately I didnt have anything to wear and mostly all my shirts are warm because I used to think that Germany is too cold but! there have been some lovely 30 degrees days.

So here it is!



If you want to learn how to do this shirt is pretty easy, no gauge is needed, all you need to know is how to make a Granny Square.

On this shirt I did 21 rows in each peace and from there measure your arms and neck to have a proper opening.
2  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Mesh Summer Top Crochet on: June 04, 2014 08:46:14 AM
 Grin Yes I am really happy with this project I am thinking of doing another one in white, but I'm think on doing something else too, I'll have to decide soon. I am definitely wearing it a lot, now that the temperatures are rising!
3  EUROPE / GERMANY / Re: online wolle bestellen? on: May 31, 2014 03:19:34 PM
Ich kaufe normalerweise in Ebay und Dawanda
4  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Mesh Summer Top Crochet on: May 31, 2014 03:00:41 PM
There was a time that I had something called crochet block, I ripped everything and started a new and followed this great CAL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDZl1DiwqEc





5  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Re: Help reading a pattern. on: August 05, 2013 12:13:00 PM
Thank you very much!  Grin It was really helpful.
6  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Help reading a pattern. on: August 05, 2013 10:10:05 AM
Hello everyone!
I hope everyone is doing great although is Monday  Grin

Well I've bought this magazine called Simply Crochet and I really want to make a poncho from this magazine. It's really cute, it's my first time I am adventuring myself on following the gauge and yarn that the pattern needs and the first time I am doing a "big" crochet project.

I know it might be a stupid question but I seriously don't have anyone to ask, and I learned to crochet by myself. So the question is The pattern says I have to make 3htr in ch 3 sp, do I have to do all 3 htr in one chain or 3htr in in each chain from the chain 3 space?

7  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Sprechen Sie deutsch? German pattern help on: February 25, 2013 01:07:44 PM
Hello,
Have you tried going in to the German community in this forum? It's located in city guides.
I am not German although I live in Germany for 2 years now and I speak German fluently, I still have some trouble understanding the patterns in German. As far as I understood the video, she is explaining the type of wool she used, which is cotton, and she says that the way she is working the pattern is in Knit a row, purl a row. Also at the beginning she says that she has K1, P1. The shape is formed since the beginning. She also says that she purls the first sticht and last stitch.
I haven't finished watching the video, but once I do I will try to clear things for you. Even though I recommend you to post it on the German community.  Have a nice day!  Smiley
8  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: Pearl Clutcher: Magnum Edition *mature* on: February 25, 2013 12:54:27 PM
 Grin I thought they were butterflies!  Grin After I looked the picture closely I understood!
9  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Infinity Scarf by moogly on: February 22, 2013 05:08:57 AM
Soooo searching around Pinterest one of this days, I found a project that caught my eyes. It was this infinity scarf by moogly. Today I finished this project and I wanted to share it with yall! Cheesy  I used a 5.0 mm crochet hook and the wool is Manos del Uruguay 70% virgin wool and 30% silk, is really soft and warm.

Here is the link to the pattern: http://www.mooglyblog.com/artfully-simple-infinity-scarf/

10  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Cowl and shoulder warmer on: February 22, 2013 05:01:16 AM
Hey everyone!
Hope everybody is having a wonderful day!
I just finished 2 projects this day and I wanted to share them you! I will leave the pattern on how I did both of my projects.



This is a cowl I made with 90% Merino wool 10% Acryl and I combined it with 100% mohair
The pattern goes like this:
Cast on 250 sts and work on the round until you have it on the desired width.



This shoulder warmer I used 100% merino wool and combined it with 100% Mohair I used a 5.0 mm knitting needle.
Cast on 53 sts
row 1. K3, P3 *to and from*
row 2. P3, K3 *to and from* Until you are able to wrap it around your shoulders
bind off and sew both ends
Then pick up the outside sts to form the shoulders, knit and work it as a round for about 10 cm and then knit 10 sts and K2 together.
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