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1  Knot Ugly Shrug in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by MissMargot on: April 05, 2010 05:40:49 AM
I just finished it last night! Cheesy i did not like the ties that the pattern requried so i just added a button hole on the front edging and a button!
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2  PDQ in Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller by MissMargot on: March 04, 2010 10:11:58 AM
PDQ hat it did not take me very long
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3  slippers for a cold night PATTERN UPDATED in Crochet: Completed Projects by MissMargot on: November 23, 2009 07:53:02 PM
These are the first thing i made up myself! I used Lion brand jiffy thick and quick with a K hook. If you want the pattern please let me know and i will write it up! Thanks for looking!

This is my first pattern i wrote so just post if you have questions!

Yarn: Lion Brand Wool-ease Thick and Quick
Hook. k (i think i have to take a look at the hooks when i get home.)
Gauge: i crochet tightly for the stitches so no holes appeared.

Ch 2
Round one 8 sc in a ring
round two 2 sc in every stitch(16)
round three *1 sc in the first stitch two sc in the next stitch* Repeat around(24)
Round four. Sc in every stitch around until it covers about mid way of your foot (i think mine was 12 i have small feet).(24)

Round? 1 dc in every stitch until it hits the start of the rounded part.
Row 1 continue in rows until it hits at least one row after your foot(if you want a snug fit about three rows on your heel.

Fold ends together and crochet back stitches together.

Strap chain 24 turn skip at least three loops(this depends on the size of the button used) and sc across fasten off. (this varies with peoples width of their feet. )

Outline I started to crochet were the round meets the flat and just crochet across the whole thing.

attach the strap and button.

This pattern depends on the size and width of your feet. So what was helpful to me is i kept trying them on and crochet to what was good for me. its really trial and error.
Thank you for looking if you have any problems let me know i will post some pictures step by step when i get home
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