So easy and leaves people wondering how it done! I will be adding pictures on Ravelry of my progress. Months ago I did the Kaleidoscope blanket with the same Willow Wash yarns you used in your pattern. Because of other WIPs, I never finished the border. Now, I really want to get it done. However I cannot find anywhere the pattern. I know I did not get it through Revelry so it is not there.
Any suggestions. The only other places you could have purchased is Craftsy or Etsy, and all purchases are stored in your purchase history there. Just login and head to either My Patterns Craftsy or your purchase history Etsy. If you are still having trouble, please contact me via Etsy convo, Ravelry mesaages, or Facebook pm. Your colour sense is amazing! Everything is absolutely luscious. I haven't crocheted in awhile, so I'm going to start with your Spring into Summer blanket, but I've already got my eye on a few others Thank you, Sheila!
The Spring into Summer is lots of fun and a good one to get back into crochet. I hope you enjoy it, and maybe some others. I started off making a "small list" of some items I wanted to make off your patterns page and my small list grew into a complete page!
I am in LOVE with your designs and vow to follow your blog from here on out! I'm so happy you found me and that you like my designs, Paula! Thank you for your comment. I appreciate you and your support of what I do. Crocheting is such fun! Your patterns and colors are the most gorgeous I have ever seen, and I've been crocheting for many, many decades.
I bought several of your patterns, and am currently working on the Brighton Blanket. I can't keep my eyes off it, it is just that gorgeous. You have a wonderful gift of creativity and I look forward to making more of your designs. What a sweet comment to find this morning!
I'm so pleased you have enjoyed my designs. It makes my heart happy. I wanted to let you know that I feel so blessed to have found your site. I am a older crocheter that has returned to it after a disabling illness that left me facing severe depression. When I am feeling down now, I come to your site and all the beautiful patterns and colors, well, it makes me smile. You are amazingly talented and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing with the crochet and craft world like you do.
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It brings me such joy to know that my designs cheer you. It has, indeed, been such a blessing in my life to be able to create and share my creative pursuits with others. It is people like you that truly make this experience so fulfilling. I'm so sorry to hear you have faced such difficult trials. But it seems you are searching for ways to stay positive and share your goodness with others. Blessings to you! I loved this Tabletop Tipi Model!
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Doodle Dots Blanket. Burton Cowl. The perfect scarf will have the stitches shift one in every row for every color. But no one is perfect, or should I say, no yarn is perfect. Caveat : Sometimes as I worked through rules 4 and 5, a correction on one color meant future colors would not shift, no matter how tightly or loosely I crocheted. You may have to break the rules for one color so the rest of the argyle pattern keeps working.
Unless you have a pattern, or someone tells you what hook size they used in the exact same colorway, the only way to be sure is to make a swatch. Create a little swatch in the moss stitch. Count how many single crochet and chain ones it takes to get through all the colors in a sequence. That is the starting chain.
Starting chain cheat 1: Chain through an entire color sequence, then begin Row 1. You will have extra chains, but those can be pulled out by weaving the tail end back through the unused chains. Starting chain cheat 2: Use technology. Go to the plannedpooling. The site will show you how the yarn will pool depending on your starting number of chain stitches.
Reread Rules 4 and 5. The color is not shifting over one stitch any more. Each color is starting where it did two rows below. You may still get an argyle look if the colors are longer. That may require some frogging and making sure the color shifts only one stitch.
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No, no, and no. You can have the most consistent tension in the world, and you will still have to pay attention to each color change. That is because of the dyeing process. Colors in the variegated yarn can vary slightly, which can affect how the colors line up as you crochet. What if there is a knot in the middle of my skein? You must always work every color in the same order for the same length of yarn. If a skein has a knot, make sure you continue the color sequence.
That may mean cutting the knot and rejoining the yarn in that same spot in the next color sequence. The same with joining a new skein—it needs to be in the same place in the color sequence. Scarf Chain through the color sequence. Start Row 1 at the beginning of one of the colors.
At end of row, pull out last sc and ch 1, turn. Rep Row 2. Finishing Pull out unused extra chains by weaving the tail end back through the unused chain stitches. Weave in ends. Good luck and have fun! Posted in Crochet Tagged color pooling , Crochet. Wait—how many chain stitches do I need to start? See FAQs below.