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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Spring Meadows Crocheted Baby Blanket


Spring Meadows Baby Blanket

Please Note: When I did this pattern it was a free pattern from Elmore Pisgah, Inc. They are not owned by the same people any more. The Double Worsted weight yarn is no longer made. So use two strands worsted weight yarn ( US 4 ply like Red Heat big skeins and try 6 skeins of one color and 2 skeins of white. I am guessing here, I no longer have the wrappers that the yarn comes with. Use a J hook.)

Designed by N Banks

Materials:
2 1/2 cones #184 Spring Meadows;
1/2 cone # 1 White, Double Worsted
Weight
J Hook
Gauge: Chain 84

To see how to do this stitch, click here
http://ninasatmyhouse.blogspot.com/2010/01/crochet-stitches-crossed-over-v-stitch.html

DIRECTIONS:
Row 1: Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1 Sc in each ch across, ch 3, turn.

Row 2: Skip 2 sc, * 1 dc in each of next 3 sc, pass hook in front of last 3 dc, yo, and insert in skipped sc before dc group, draw up a loop and complete the single crochet, skip 1 sc, repeat from * across, end 1 dc in last sc, ch 1, turn.

Rows3: 1 Sc in each St across, end 1 sc in top of ch 3. Ch 3, turn.

Repeat row's 2 and 3 36 times, (72 rows), fasten off Spring Meadows, attach white to any corner, sc around blanket evenly, placing 3 sc in each corner, join with slip stitch.

Row 2 slip stitch to next sc, * ch 3, 2 dc in same place, skip 2 sc, sc in next sc, repeat from * around, join with slip stitch, fasten off.

Every effort has been made to assure that the information in this pattern is accurate. We cannot be responsible for typographical error, human error, or individual variations in workmanship. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written consent from Elmore Pisgah.

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Ecru Pillow


Ecru Pillow
Designed by N. Banks
Materials:
1 Cone #4 Ecru - Double Worsted Weight,
1 16" Pillow form, N Crochet hook






Stitches Used:
Slip Stitch= sls,

Single Crochet=SC
Insert hook in stitch, yo and draw through, yo and draw through both lps on hook.

Half Double Crochet = hdc Yo,
 insert hook in stitch, yo, draw through, yo, draw through all 3 lps on hook.

Double Crochet= dc Yo,
insert hook in stitch, yo, draw through, yo, draw through 2 lps, yo, draw through 2 lps on hook.

Front Post Stitch =fps
working in front row just make, yo, inset hook from front to back and front again around the vertical post of stitch below, yo (three loops on hook) and draw thread through two loops on hook, yo, draw through two loops on hook. One loop remains. Fps completed.

Back Post Stitch = bps
working in back of row just make, yo, insert hook from back to front and to back again around the vertical post of stitch below, yo (three loops on hook) and draw thread through two loops on hook, yo, draw through two loops on hook. One loop remains. Bps completed.

Bobbles =
Work 5 dc in same place, leaving the last loop of each dc on hook, (you should have 5 loops on hook), yo, draw through all the loops on the hook, ch 1. Puff Stitch = yo, insert the hook in next SC, yo, and draw up a loop, (three loops on the hook), repeat this step twice more, inserting the hook into the same stitch each time, (7 loops on hook), yo, and draw through all the loops on the hook, ch 1.

Slip Stitch = sls, Same place = s/p, Around = ard.

DIRECTIONS:
Rd 1: ch 34, 1 dc in 3 ch from hook and in each ch across chain, work 3 dc in last chain, now working on other side of beginning chain, 1 dc in each chain across, work 3 dc in last chain. Join with sls, ch 3.

Rd 2: *FPS ard next dc, 1 BPS ard next dc, repeat from * around, join with sls, ch 3.

Rd 3: * 1 FPS ard FPS of row below, 1 BPS ard BPS of row below, repeat from * around, join with sls, ch 3.

Rd 4: Repeat round 3, join with sls, ch 1.

Rd 5 & 6: 1 sc in s/p, sc ard, join with sls, ch 1.

Rd 7: SC in s/p * 1 sc in next 3 sc, sc in sc 2 rows below, skip 1 sc, repeat from * ard, end sc in joining chain 2 rows below, join with sls, ch 3.

Rd 8: Work 4 more dc in s/p, leaving the last loop of each dc on hook ( you should have 5 loops on hook), yo, draw through all the loops on the hook, ch 1. (Bobble Made) * 1 dc in next stitch, bobble in next stitch, repeat from * ard, join sls, ch 2.

Rd 9: hdc in s/p, * FPS ard next dc, hdc in top of Bobble, repeat from * ard, join with sls to beginning ch 2. Ch 2.

Rd 10: Working in loops below back loop, hdc in s/p, hdc ard, join with sls, ch 2.

Rd 11, 12, 13: Repeat round 10, after round 13, ch 3.

Rd 14: FPS ard each hdc, join with sls, to first post, ch 3.

Rd 15 & 16: FPS ard each FPS, join with sls to first post, ch 3. Afrer rd 16, ch 1.

Rd 17 & 18: sc ard, join with sls, ch 1.

Rd 19: Sc in s/p * 1 sc in next 3 sc, sc in sc 2 rows below, skip 1 sc, repeat from * ard, end sc in joining ch. 2 rows below, join with sls, ch 3.

Rd 20: 1 dc in s/p, 1 dc in each sc ard, join with sls to top first dc, ch 3.

Rd 21: 1 BPS ard each dc, repeat ard, join with sls to first BPS, ch 3.

Rd 22 & 23: Repeat round 21, ch 3.

Rd 24: Yo, insert hook in s/p, draw up a loop, (three loops on the hook), repeat this step twice more, inserting the hook into the s/p each time (7 loops on hook) yo, and draw through all the hoops on the hook, ch 1, * insert the hook in next stitch, yo and draw up a loop, (three loops on the hook), repeat this step twice more, inserting hook in the same stitch each time, ( 7 loops on hook), yo, and draw through all the loops on the hook, (Puff stitch made) ch 1, * repeat from * to * ard. Join with slip stitch to top of first puff stitch, ch 1.

Rd 25: Sc in s/p, sc in top of each Puff stitch ard, join with s/s. Ch 1.

Rd 26: Repeat round 5

Rd 27: Sc in s/p * 1 Sc in next 3 Sc, Sc in ch 1 of puff stitch 2 rows below, skip 1 sc, repeat from * ard, end sc in joining chain 2 rows below, join with sls, ch 3.

Rd 28: 1 dc in s/p, 1 dc in each sc ard, join with sls, ch 3.

Rd 29: Repeat round 2

Rd 30: Repeat round 3, ch 1.

Rd 31: Sc in s/p, sc ard. Put pillow form into case and sew closed, fasten off yarn, weave in the ends.

Every effort has been made to assure that the information is accurate. We cannot be responsible for typographical error, human error, or individual variations in workmanship. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written consent from Elmore Pisgah.

Baby Bib



Baby Bib
By N. L. Banks
Materials
Peaches & Crème Cotton Yarn By Elmore-Pisgah, Inc.

1 ball #184 Shades of Spring
1 ball #1 White (this is enough yarn to make several bibs)
1 G Hook
Stitches Used:
Slip Stitch = Sl St
Single Crochet = sc
Half Double Crochet = hdc
Double Crochet = dc
Directions:
Row 1 ch 20, 1 hdc in second ch form hook and in each ch across, ch 3, turn.

Row 2 working in back loop, work a hdc in each hdc across row, ch 3, turn,

Rows 3 & 4 repeat row 2

Row 5 Still working in back loops, 1 hdc in first 3 hdc, 2 hdc in next, work to last 4 hdc, 2 hdc in next stitch, 1 hdc in last 3 hdc, ch 3, turn.

Rows 6 & 7 repeat row 2

Row 8 repeat row 5, increasing 3 stitches evenly.

Row 9 repeat row 2

Row 10 repeat row 5, increasing 4 stitches evenly .

Row 11 repeat row 2, fasten off.

Row 12 with white, attach to top at corner, with straight edge on your right, sc around evenly down side, place 2 sc in corner, sc across bottom edge, place 2 sc in corner, and sc up opposite side, place 2 sc in top corner. Now working across top of bib, (sc across first 3 stitches, sc two stitches together, 2 times, sc in last 2 stitches, join with s1 st.

Row 13 ch 1, sk 1 sc, *5 dc in next sc, sk 1 sc, sc in next sc, repeat from * around, end sl st in last sc at top right side of bib, do not crochet across top, do not fasten off.
Ties chain 45, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each chain across row, sl st across top of bib, chain 45, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each chain across row, join with sl st to first sc of row 13, fasten off.



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At My House Knitting and Crochet list

At My House Knitting and Crochet list
This past December 8th, the At My House Knitting and Crochet list will be on the internet for 11 years, yes you read it right 11 years. The exchange leaders and myself have tried to make it the best place to be. We have added many features in the past years from Member of the Month, stitches, more exchanges, patterns, and even the contests. We hope you have enjoyed the list as much as we have and that you will continue to tell your friends and family about it. With over 3100 members, we must be doing something right. Because the exchanges are closed during December and to help celebrate our 11 years of being on the net, we will have about 4 contests this month, so you will need to check your inbox to find out when. BUT read the rules, as I still have to delete so many simply because you just do not read them. Coming in January we will have our member of the year. This list member adds a lot to the group by posting, helping other members, answering questions, joining in and offering help whenever she or he can. If they have joined any exchanges, then they have never been late, have helped the exchange leaders out when needed, and has followed all the list rules. Below is a list of a few of the things this member will receive as member of the year."doilies, Potholders, Coaster Set,Towel Topper, Glass Cozy, Tea Pot Cozy, Crochet Book, Dishcloths and microwave potholder, Thread bookmark, Granny square slippers, Hot Stuff Hot Pad, yarns, and many more items. " And if you are wondering how the name At My House came about, well when I first started it back in December 1998, it was on One list, who listed the groups alphabetically, and so it became At My House, so that it would be first one on the list, lol. You have Pat Haker and Penney Wilfort to blame for me starting it. They wrote me over and over again, so here it is eleven years later and still going strong.Right now I would like to take the time to thank all my exchange leaders, who have given so freely of their time and sometimes money to help run this list. Without you, this list would not be what it has become today.

Thank you.Nina, list Mom http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Atmyhouse