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Topic: DORMANT: Hand warming device Crochetalong (with pattern link)  (Read 8124 times)
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sewstrange
« Reply #10 on: December 07, 2004 09:09:02 AM »

I'm in! I only have one day to work on this though as my schedule is heaping full at the moment. So Thursday is my day to just sit and relax, well in the morning anyway.

Great pattern too.
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« Reply #11 on: December 07, 2004 09:58:54 AM »

Ack. Still no yarn for me Sad Maybe on Thursday after I am done with hellish finals?
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« Reply #12 on: December 07, 2004 10:29:50 AM »

i agree about the velcro baast, especially with the mohair that i am using. can you say "nightmare"? i am planning on buttons too. not sure how that will work out, but i'm not worried yet, as all i have finished is one cuff!

it's pretty.


edit: sue of sue's crochet and knitting, the website the pattern is from says the gauge is

4 sc = 1 inch, 5 rows of sc = 1 inch

off to work!
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« Reply #13 on: December 07, 2004 07:52:21 PM »

ok I finished the right glove this evening so I took a pic of it on my cutting mat so ya'll could see the dimensions and whatnot.  it's a huge pic so if you want to see it bigger than it shows on here go to http://www.soapturtle.com/public/rtglove.JPG

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« Reply #14 on: December 08, 2004 04:46:59 PM »

these are actually pretty quick once you sit down and get to it. and as long as you don't lose count of your stitches. i am the worst at remembering my count. seriously, i can't do anything else while i crochet!

i finished the bottom portion of one glove but the cuff was sort of riding up onto my hand. so i quit and i'm starting over. couldn't unravel because the mohair gets all knotted! i'm going to add more rows before the increases. maybe this weekend i'll get this finished.

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sewstrange
« Reply #15 on: December 09, 2004 08:33:41 PM »

Mine are coming along nicely. I can't wait to see how they turn out. I am using some left over yarn from another project..... hope I have enough. lol.

I am thinking about altering them some to match the gloves the Johnny Depp wore at some event. They were very cool gloves, similar to this pattern.... I'll post pics when I finish the set I am working on now and then once I get started on the altered ones.
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« Reply #16 on: December 09, 2004 08:57:36 PM »

I finished mine last night and then put the buttons and loops on them today while at work. they turned out great and all the girls at work like them, which is good cause it's my dirty santa gift for the work party.   

the coolest part for me is I had been wanting to make some arm-warmers but couldn't quite get the logistics of it quite right and making the gloves helped a ton!  So I got some red heart baby clouds (much respect for anyone that works with this stuff, it was pretty much by feel and I had to use a paperclip to mark the begining of my rounds where I had chained up) and a P hook.  They are soft, cuddly, warm, and I am pleased.  I sortof made a pattern for them for myself but am not sure if I will post it, causei it's not the easiest thingi in the world to follow. 

anyway. loved doing the gloves!  will post completed pics later, Smiley
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sewstrange
« Reply #17 on: December 10, 2004 07:03:49 AM »

Okay ladies, I need your help. I am stuck at the palm.I am confused where the directions say:

In the first sc by the base of the thumb pull up a loop and ch 1 and 1 sc. 1 sc in next 12 sc, ss to join to the first sc of this round which is the round where you divided for the thumb.

I'm lost. Okay, so when I amde the thumb I sc for 25 and then counted back 12 to join the stitch to make the thumb. When I do the part for the palm I come to the row where I sc 25 for the thumb. Am i working up one side of the palm and then the other? Does this make sense?

Eeek!
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« Reply #18 on: December 10, 2004 04:56:38 PM »

I'm very in! hope i'm not too late.  Embarrassed Tongue Smiley

I started this project before I knew about the crochetalong!

I actually just finished my first glove

I'll try to figure out the picture posting thing and get pics up!!! Smiley

Oh- also, the pattern was confusing to me, alot of things I didn't get, so I modified it a bit. pm me if you'd like to see what I changed Smiley
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sewstrange
« Reply #19 on: December 10, 2004 04:57:19 PM »

Here is my first glove.




It looks odd to me, but maybe it's just me.
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