October 3rd, 2006

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HI There!

Well, just in case anyone pops in here, Welcome to my crochet LJ!

I know that it is kind of bare right now, but I hope to be filling it with pictures, patterns and some project ramblings soon.

I think that I am also going to make a post of some past projects that I have done.


I do have 2 original designs that I think that I will like to share also, one is a ribbon style choker that I designed about a year ago, but I need to get it written down, it is still just in my head and a Dice set, like the kind that is used in RP games. I think that the standard 6-sider would be very simple, but I have ideas for a 20-sider on down!
I already have a volunteer to test the dice even!

I hope that maybe I will eventually design enough that I can sell patterns, but for now, I will offer them for free.


I hope that you enjoy seeing my projects and I would love hearing what you think!

Thanks!

Jenn
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Post Edited: March 4, 2013
Mod - Crochet by Midknight

Knotted Cables Pulover from CROCHET! mag, Sept. issue

I thought that I would share my progress on my current project for now.

I am working on the Knotted Cables Pullover from the Sept. issue of CROCHET! magazine and so far I have the back finished.


I am am inch away from starting the neck shaping on the front, so I think that it should be done by next week, as long as everything goes well that is.

I found this to be an easy pattern to do, at least as long as your comfortable with post stitches and popcorn stitches.
Although, I substituted a 5 DC bobble stitch for the popcorn because I like that look better.

I also found a minor stitch count problem in the pattern.

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