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Oct
29
2015

Donation Project: Christmas 2015

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In November and December 2015 we will tackle a Christmas Donation to Anchorage Community Mental Health Services that works with people who are severely mentally ill such as schizophrenia, highly traumatized, or homeless, and so on. Our deadline is set for December 15th, so we can donate our items for Christmas. They need 12 hats for kids of different ages and 12 hats for adults. Over the years our group has collected some yarn; for this project I […]

Oct
6
2015

Crocheted Rose

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Level: Easy Ch = chain Sc = single crochet Dc = double crochet Sp = space Sps = spaces Ch-2 sp = space created by 2 chains Begin with ch 57. Row 1 (Wrong side): (Dc, ch 2 , dc) in sixth ch from hook, * ch 2, skip next 2 chs, (dc, ch 2, dc) in next ch; repeat from * across: 36 sps. Row 2: Ch 3, turn; 5 dc in next ch-2 […]

Feb
28
2014

Easter is Coming!

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After tallying the results of the survey sent out in February, we determined that: We continue meeting on Thursdays 6-9 PM. We will introduce new stitch every Crochet Group. We will begin working on little projects for upcoming holidays. You are welcome to bring or not bring treats to the Crochet Group. I will provide basic snacks.   Crochet Group on Thursday, March 6th, 6-9 PM: We will learn a crab stitch. And these are […]

Apr
8
2013

Tie-Headband with a Flower

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A couple Crochet Groups ago our faithful friend came with an idea for a project. When I asked her what she would like to make today, she said “its hard to explain, but you will see in a little bit.” Within an hour and a half, she made a cute tie-headband she saw while visiting her family in a different state. This is what it looked like.   Isn’t this original and beautiful? I need […]

Mar
8
2013

Granny Squares: Small and Large

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  Granny Squares Every crocheter begins their journey with making simple stitches. This classic Granny Square is a great beginner project. It has basic stitches and teaches you to understand how to make a square from the center of your work. When I was little, I remember this being one of my very first projects. I made 10 squares from  thick nylon thread using different colors in each square. Then I made 2 slippers using […]

Jan
9
2013

Flat Flower for Headband

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Nov
20
2012

Slinky Flower

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  Searching for good flowers and patterns online, our group was successful in finding a Slinky Flower. It is very easy to make. When made it looks very reall because all petals are different size (some of them repeat) like in nature. We all liked making this flower. Here is the pattern: Slinky Flower

Nov
7
2012

Flat Flower

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Flat Flower for a Hat Free pdf download here: Flat Flower for a Hat Level: Easy   Materials: Any yarn medium weight (4), hook size between 4mm and 5.5 mm.   Legend: Ch = chain Sl st = slip stitch Sc = single crochet Hdc = half double crochet Dc = double crochet 3-ch space = space created by 3 chains in a row   To Begin: 4 ch. Sl st to form a ring.   […]

Oct
5
2012

Poppy Flower

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Poppy Flower (Crocheted) Free pdf to download: Felted Poppy Flower   Skill Level: Experienced   Finished measurements of poppy worked in medium weight (4) yarn are 6.5” (16.5 cm) in diameter. Work with a firm gauge to help the flower hold its shape. I added eyelash yarn to the black yarn for the poppy center.   Materials: 2 colors of yarn (black and red), crocheting hook size 5.00 mm (H-8)   Stitches (sts): Chain (ch) Double crochet […]

Sep
9
2012

Sunflower or Chrysanthemum

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SUNFLOWER or CHRYSANTHEMUM   Middle (this could become a flower of its own. I sew in one or three beads into the middle and attach it to a hair clip. It looks especially cute when made with 100% mercerized cotton thread size 3): 4 ch, ss into the first ch to make a ring Row 1: 3 ch, 15 dc around into the ring Row 2: (work into the front loops of 16 dc) 5 […]

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