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Another crochet pattern-spiral granny

Started this discussion. Last reply by Linda Maltby Feb 23, 2012. 1 Reply link from Ravelry-I think this one would be good for using up little bits and pieces..Continue

Stitch-a-day free patterns

Started this discussion. Last reply by CHARIS GRIFFIN Feb 9, 2012. 2 Replies have just found this link on Ravelry and it looks like a good…Continue

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Useful patterns

Started this discussion. Last reply by CHARIS GRIFFIN Feb 6, 2012. 2 Replies

I have recently discovered some great sites with lots of useful free patterns, both for slipovers and hats so I thought I would post the links here, as well as on the pattern section of the forum.…Continue

Cable Slipover

Started this discussion. Last reply by CHARIS GRIFFIN Jan 6, 2012. 1 Reply I found this pattern on Ravelry as a free download-it looks really…Continue

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At 9:00pm on November 17, 2012, Bev Jeffery said…

Hi Charis

Happy Birthday.  :))

At 7:16am on July 10, 2012, Davidsgrandma said…


Don't want to bombard you with concern - haven't seen you on the froum recently.  Do hope that all well with you and yours.  Anne (Davidsgrandma)

At 4:38pm on February 16, 2012, Sue Gillman said…

My patchwork has been festering in the cupboard while I knit ! It is a great way to put bits and pices to work for KAS and not feel guilty about  "wasted" fabric.

At 10:40am on February 10, 2012, Arlene G. said…

Thank you for the information on the squares.  I am a very limited ability crocheter! Maybe I will try some in the month assigned to trying something new!

At 10:40am on February 9, 2012, Arlene G. said…

They were called "next batch of squares" and "more mitres" I think.

At 8:49am on February 9, 2012, Arlene G. said…

Thank you for the comment on the Izzy doll and boat and green squares.  I sent them off as part of my first shipment to KasCare.  I appreciate knowing that an idea i had worked!  Are your photos #28 and 26 done in crochet?  They are really nice.

At 10:01am on February 5, 2012, Anneke said…

Dear Charis, Thank you so much for the invitation to being friends. I really appreciate it. Never have thought that I should have such nice, loving and caring contacts.  Warm regards, Anneke ......this afternoon I was in the shop to buy new wool for the kids....I have chosen colours for boys, blue,  green ...hope to start soon....and I bought 100%  wool (red), I want to make baby booties......warm feet for the kids, King Winter is coming soon in RSA.....

At 4:38am on February 4, 2012, Anneke said…

Dear Charis, I addressed my message for you to myself :) Sorry for that. Here is my second attempt. Unfortunately the pattern is available in Dutch only. If I could, I should translate it for you, but I am not able to translate knitting and crochetting techniques from Dutch to English. Luckily we have a very good friend, Linda Maltby! She has been searching on the internet and found: Ravelry, 7+ pages of booties, under patterns, search "free crochet baby booties". I bought my slippers pattern at in the Netherlands. Warm regards, Anneke

At 2:25pm on January 11, 2012, Linda Maltby said…

Thanks Charis, I really enjoy the wheel spoke pattern.  If you have any questions about it  just ask.

As to Tunisian....I can do the basic stitches and keep thinking I'll learn others but as yet I haven't. The basic stitches are quite straight forward.  Like you I've been crocheting for 50+ years.  I am still learning new ideas from this forum.

Linda x

At 8:57am on November 30, 2011, Anneke said…

Hi Charis, Yes you should try the pattern, I "highly recommend" to try it! It is real fun and so easy to do. What I said before, it is crochetting, meditating, dreaming about a nice blanket for an abandoned child....



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