Re: New Pictures

try posting this in rec.crafts.textiles.yarn as this group is very
knowledgeable and helpful.
Sue in Brampton... quilter, crocheter, and new to machine embroidery
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> I've added a few of my quilts here
> >
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> My scanning/editing can use some work but thought I would share anyway.> >
> > If anyone crochets I have posted a picture (unknown afghan) of an afghan my
> > Mom did. I would like to to find this pattern but don't know the name of
> > it. Would appreciate it if someone could help me out. Thanks > >
> > Ann
>
> Wow!! I like both those quilts! But that Bargello is absolutely > stunning!!
> I crochet, but don't know the name of the afghan pattern OTTOMH. I'll
> try to look in my books and see if I see it.
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That's exactly what it looks like to me; my grandmother did one of those for each of her grandchildren. Unfortunately I don't have the pattern, but I bet a google search on "crochet," "afghan," and "daisy" would produce results.
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I have a pattern for it...just wanted to make sure I'd be posting the right one! ;)
Daisy Stitch (half daisy stitch can be achieved by working on one side only)
chain an uneven number of stitches. 1st row: sk 1st chain. draw one loop through each of the next 4 sts, YO and draw through all 5 loops. Ch 1, draw 1 loop through the center of the group just made.
2nd row: Ch 3, sk 1st chain, draw 1 loop through each of the next 2 sts and 1 loop through each of the first 2 horizontal stitches of the previous row, YO and draw through 5 loops. Ch 1 and continue as with the first row.
The instructions are from a pretty old book, so I updated some of the language. I made a scarf out of this stitch before, and it's not nearly as intimidating as the instructions make it seem. :)
Allaya
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just in case' .
Ann in rctq... hope this helps you regarding the afghan picture you posted. As I said... this group is so helpful... the same as quilters I've known on-line and IRL (in real life).
Sue in Brampton... working on Jewel Box quilt for my local guild's Community Projects group
In article , snipped-for-privacy@spamsux.com says... > I have a pattern for it...just wanted to make sure I'd be posting the right > one! ;) > > Daisy Stitch (half daisy stitch can be achieved by working on one side only) > > chain an uneven number of stitches. > 1st row: sk 1st chain. draw one loop through each of the next 4 sts, YO > and draw through all 5 loops. Ch 1, draw 1 loop through the center of the > group just made. > > 2nd row: Ch 3, sk 1st chain, draw 1 loop through each of the next 2 sts and > 1 loop through each of the first 2 horizontal stitches of the previous row, > YO and draw through 5 loops. Ch 1 and continue as with the first row. > > The instructions are from a pretty old book, so I updated some of the > language. made a scarf out of this stitch before, and it's not nearly as > intimidating as the instructions make it seem. :) > > Allaya > > "spampot" wrote ... > > That's exactly what it looks like to me; my grandmother did one of those > > for each of her grandchildren. Unfortunately I don't have the pattern, > > but I bet a google search on "crochet," "afghan," and "daisy" would > > produce results. > > > > > I can't see it very well, but that looks like a full daisy stitch to me. > > > What do the rest of you think? > > > Allaya > > > > > > wrote... > > >>try posting this in rec.crafts.textiles.yarn as this group is very > > >>knowledgeable and helpful. > >>Sue in Brampton... quilter, crocheter, and new to machine embroidery > > >> > > >>In article , snipped-for-privacy@NoSpam.com says... > > >>>>I've added a few of my quilts here > > >>>>
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In article , snipped-for-privacy@telusplanet.nospam.net says...
I've added a few of my quilts here
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scanning/editing can use some work but thought I would shareanyway. If anyone crochets I have posted a picture (unknown afghan) of an afghan my Mom did. I would like to to find this pattern but don't know the name of it. Would appreciate it if someone could help me out. Thanks Ann
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