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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Danettes' front post Dc blanket

Danettes’ Front post dc blanket G Hook Chain 96 ROW 1 Dc in 4th chain from hook and in each chain across ch 2 Row 2 chain 2 counts as first dc, dc in next 4 (you should have 5 sts) dc front post around next st. Dc in next 5 sts dc fp around next st, repeat all the way across ch 2 Repeat row 2 to desired length. Trim, 2 dc in each dc row on both sides, 5 dc in corners and 1 dc in each st across top and bottom

Danettes' dc/shell blanket

Multiples of 4 G or H hook I chained 88 with H hook Row 1 Dc in 4th chain from hook and in each chain across. CH 2 Turn ROW 2 . Dc in each st across ch 2 turn Row 3. Sk 1 st 3 dc in next st, (shell made) skip 2 sts shell in next st. repeat across to last 2 stitches. Skip 1 dc in next st ch 2 turn Repeat pattern till you get the desired length you want. I did 50 rows, then did a dc border

Ruths' V-Stitch Ripple

RUTHS’ RIPPLE/V-ST BLANKET G hook Ch is multiple of 14 + 11 Ch 95-109-123 (NB size)-137 v-st – 2 dc in next st Work ripple sts in back loops only throughout. Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in next 2 chs, 3 dc in next ch, dc in each of next 4 ch, *(skip 1 ch, v-st in next ch) 2x, skip next ch, dc in next 4 chs, 3 dc in next ch, dc in next 4 chs, rpt from * across, ch 2 turn. Row 2: Skip 2nd st (1st dc), dc in next 3 dc, 3 dc in next dc, dc in next 4 dc, *(skip 1 dc, and 1st dc of v-st, dc in middle of v-st, skip 2nd dc of v-st) 2x, skip next dc, dc in next 4 dc, 3 dc in next dc, dc in next 4 dc, rpt from * across to last 5 sts, 1 dc in next 3 dc, skip 1 dc, dc in turning chain, ch 2, turn. Repeat Row 2 for pat. Edging: Dc in ripple pattern across top and bottom, dc in each dc in v-sts, 4 dc in each corner, 2 dc in end of each row on sides.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Louisas' Preemie Bunting


> For this pattern I used baby yarn and an f hook,
You will need a main color and a trim color.
Fits 2-3 lbs
With MC, CH 36
Row 1: DC in 3rd CH from hook. DC in next 4 CH. 3 DC in
next CH (shell made). DC in next 7 CH. Shell in next CH. DC
in next 7 CH. Shell in next CH. DC in next 7 CH. Shell in
next CH. DC to end. CH 3 turn.
Row 2: DC in each DC. Work shell in center ST of each shell
across CH 3 turn.
Row 3: Repeat Row 2
Row 4: DC in each DC to center ST of first shell. Skip all
DC until 2nd shell. DC in center ST of second shell.DC in
each DC to center ST of 3rd shell skip all DC until 4th
shell. DC in center ST of 4th shell and in each remaining DC
across. CH 3
turn.
Row 5: DC across chain 3 turn.
Row 6: 2 DC in first ST (first shell made). *Skip 1 DC,
shell in next DC* Repeat from * across. do not CH 3. turn.
Row 7: Slip ST to center ST of first shell. CH 3. 2
DC in same ST. (first shell made) shell in center ST of each
shell across, turn.
Row 8-9: Repeat Row 7
Row 10: Work pattern as for Row 7 but at end of row, join
with slip ST to beginning shell of row. CH 3 turn
Row 11-21: Repeat Row 10
Row 22: DC in each DC across. Finish off.

Sleeves:
Row 1: Attach MC to under arm* CH 3, DC around, join with
slip ST. CH 3 turn
Row 2-4: Repeat Row 1 from *. Finish off repeat for other
side

Front opening:
With MC join to bottom left of opening CH 3. Work evenly up
to neckline, finish off.

Hood:
Row 1: Attach MC to left front corner of neckline, CH 3. *
DC around neck to right front neck corner, CH 3 turn.
Row 2-8: Repeat from *. finish off

Sew
together top seam of hood.

Trim:
Join TC to bottom of front opening DC row. SC up opening
and around neck opening and hood, down right side of
opening. finish off

Attach TC to DC row at bottom of garment. CH 3, DC around,
join with slip ST. finish off

With MC chain 70, finish off. Weave through MC DC row at
bottom, pull closed and tie in a bow.

Make another, weave through first row of neck and tie in
the front.
CH 25 and finish off, twice. Attach ties half way up front
opening. The left one attached to the trim, the right one
attached 1.5 inches over from the trim. Tie in a bow.
Or, use ribbon.

Pattern Created by: Louisa Capell 2011
This Pattern is created for "Gods Tiny Angels" and is to be used for Charity ONLY. No selling of finished objects on EBAY!!
Copyright Louisa Capell

Louisas' wrap Dress



G hook & baby yarn will make this newborn. Of course different yarns & hook size will make a difference in size

ch46
row 1...hdc in 2nd ch form hook,and in next 6 chns
hdc,ch,hdc in next chain ( v stitch made).
hdc in next 9 ch then v st in next ch
hdc in next 10 ch then v st in next ch
hdc in next 9 ch then v st in next ch
hdc in next 4 ch then 3 hdc in last ch , turn
row 2...2 hdc in chain base, hdc across and v st in each chn 1 sp
turn
row 3...chn 1, hdc in each st across, v st in each ch 1 sp. 2 hdc in last stitch
row 4.....rep 2
row 5...rep 3
row 6....rep 2
row 7....rep 3
row 8....rep 2
row 9.....ch 1 , hdc in each hdc to 1st ch sp , fold the work so that 1st and 2nd ch 1 spaces align, hdc them together, (sleeve made), hdc in each st across back
of dress, fold work to align 3rd and 4th ch 1 sp., join with hdc,( second sleeve made), hdc in each st to end. turn.
row 10...ch1 * hdc in 1st st, work 2 hdc in next st* rep across, turn.
I forgot to add, that you can repeat row 10, 1 or more times to make a REALLY fluffed out puffy skirt.


row 11...ch 1 hdc in each st across, turn
rows 12-? rep 11 until dress is desired length.
at the end of your last row, end the main color and join the contrast color, sc all around ,working up the dress edges , around neck and down and around
the other side, join to 1st contrast colored sc with a slip st.
finish off, join contrast color to sleeve edges and sc around. finish off and weave in all ends.
to make ties, either chain in desired color long enough to wrap around dress waist and tie a bow on the side, or, cut a lenght of ribbon the same length, then
weave it through row 10, begining at cross over edge , around the back, and ending under the opposite arm , tie in a bow to secure.

Pattern Created by: Louisa Capell 2011
This Pattern is created for "Gods Tiny Angels" and is to be used for Charity ONLY. No selling of finished objects on EBAY!!
Copyright Louisa Capell

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Removal of Joannes baby dress

I removed Joannes Baby dress Pattrn because it was a COPYRIGHTED pattern. I asked for NO one to sell this dress and I put the pattern up in honor of Joanne who was a very close, dear friend who passed away, but when I got on Ebay this evening and seen a lady from NC selling the finished product it just went all thru me!! Apparently copyright means nothing to people! In honor of my dear friend I removed it and will not put it back up again. You all can thank the lady from NC on Ebay!

I emailed this lady and told her she did not have the right to sell this dress and she told me it was not our pattern she wrote it when she was 16yrs old. yea right. so I asked her to show me her pattern and she said "I am not showing you anything" stop harassing me!! it takes all kinds to make up this world. I was just bringing it to her attn that it is a copyrighted pattern and she has no right to sell things from our patterns and that includes Peggys shell sweater pattern as she sold it back in Jan. lol

sorry she has ruined it for others........

Friday, June 18, 2010

Shell Sweater



Shell Variation Sweater

I used Baby Sport Weight Yarn
size G hook
**(Please remember that different yarns, different size hooks and also depending on your tension this pattern will come out to different sizes.)
*NOTE: The turning ch counts as a dc
Shell = 2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc in same st

Sweater
Row 1.) With size G Hook, ch 41, dc in 4th ch from hook (ch counts as a dc), dc in next 4 ch, *(1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc in next ch)*, dc in next 6 ch, repeat *( )*, dc in next 11 ch, repeat *( )*, dc in next 6 ch, repeat *( )*, dc in last 6 ch.
Row 2.) Ch 2, turn, *(dc to next ch sp, 1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc in ch sp,)* Repeat to end. ending with dc in top of ch.
Rows 3.-5.) Repeat row 2
Row 6.) ch 2, turn, dc to ch sp, 1 dc in ch sp, Ch 6, skip sts to next ch sp, 1 dc in ch sp, dc to next ch sp, 1 dc in ch sp, Ch 6, skip next sts to next ch sp, 1 dc in ch sp, dc to end. ( Armholes made)
Row 7.) ch 1, turn, sc across, ending with sc in top of ch. (59 sc)
Row 8.) ch 2 turn, sk 1 st, Shell (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next st, *(sk next 2 sts, Shell in next st)* Repeat across ending with sk 1, dc in the last st.
Rows 9 - 14.) ch 2 turn, Shell in each ch 1 of shell across, end with 1 dc in top of turning ch.
Row 15.) ch 1 turn, sc in same sp, *(5 dc in ch 1 sp of shell, sc between the shells)* repeat across ending with sc in top of ch. Do not end off continue with the trim unless you are trimming with another color.

Trim: sc up the side, 3 sc in the corner, sc across the top, 3 sc in the corner, sc down the side. End off and weave in ends.

Sleeves
Row 1.) Attach Yarn to 3rd st back from the front on under arm, ch 2, dc in next 2 st, dc in the end of Row. 6, dc around the arm, dc in the end of Row. 6, dc in the next 3 st, sl st in top of ch 2. (24 dc counting the ch as a dc.)
Row 2.) Ch 2, Do Not Turn, DC in each st around, sl st in top of ch 2.
Rows 3.-9.) Repeat Row 2.
Row 10.) ch 1, Do Not Turn, sc in same sp *(Decrease sc over next 2 st, sc in next st)*, repeat around. sl st to ch 1.
Row 11.) ch 1, Do Not Turn, sc in each st across, sl st to join. Fasten off and weave in ends.
REPEAT FOR SECOND SLEEVE. = Except attach yarn to 3rd st back from the back on underarm.
Tie - ch 135, secure ends, weave thru Row. 1 of Sweater Yoke.

Pattern Created by: Peggy S Besco & Jessica Esterly June 18, 2010
This Pattern is created for "Gods Tiny Angels" and is to be used for Charity ONLY.
Copyright P.S. Besco & J.A. Esterly, 2010