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I look forward to making this afghan for someone in need as well. Hi, my name is Denise. I am fairly beyond a beginner crocheter.
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I looking forward to this, for the company and for the experiance. I am very excited about a CAL! It will be my first also. I have crocheted since I was about 13 and am now Not afraid to tackle any new project. I am currently trying to finish up the final level for my knitting, then will be classified an advanced master knitter. I enjoy hearing what all have to say and their ideas on projects, using different yarns, etc.
The pattern is good and can be taken with you wherever you go. Hello, well I see my self as an advanced beginner. I am exicted to do this project. Love to do projects at work on my breaks and this one is perfect for that wow im very exicted. Am I missing it? I have never used that big of a hook! Can anyone experienced help me? I have been crocheting since I was 10 now I enjoy making afghans. I love making them for baby presents,all my children love them and my grandchildren are attached to theirs.
I have never done a CAL so I am not sure how this works but would love to be included. Happy crocheting to all. My grandmother taught me and I made my first small afghan as a teenager. I picked it up again about 3 years ago. It looks like this one could be adapted as well! I adore crocheting in a variety of textures, and while I already know a lot of stitches, I know I will learn more as we go along. I have been crocheting since I was 8 or 9. My mother and a cousin taught me how. My first piece was a chain that was so long, I had to roll it into a ball. This sounds like fun, something I can take with me when we go camping.
Hi, I have been crocheting for a very long time. I learned from my Italian Grandmother. She got so tired of me losing her needles, that she taught me how to crochet with my fingers! Like using a needle much better. Looking forward to doing this blanket and meeting other people. Looking forward to seeing the finished product! I have tons of projects in the works, but I plan to take time out to do this one. It will be nice meeting other crocheters. I usually only do cotton crochet but thought this would be a great project to then give to charity for use in a cooler climate.
I am currently working on a queen size croknit bedspread so this will be a great change from such a large piece of work. Is there any time frame for completion? I am really looking forward to it!! Good Luck to all!! I hope this is the start of alot of new friendships and alot of exciting projects!! I have been crocheting for many years. When my father was alive he embroidered and he needed someone to put the lace on his scarves and pillowcases so, I took up the task of learning how to crochet to put the finishing touches to his crafts.
When my granddaughter made it to be cheerleader for her school I was very proud of her and made her a blanket with her school colors and her initials on it and her pompoms crocheted into the blanket and my grandson became upset I did not make one for him when he played football but, unknown to him was the one under the tree with a football on it and his number embroidered into the blanket also.
So we have had a lot of fun with the crocheting and am looking forward to this task also. I love the afghan and so far have only written about making blankets out of squares. It will be fun to actually make one. I also am the Thursday blogger on wwwkillerhobbies. My mother taught me to knit and crochet when I was just a little kid.
I prefer to crochet with thread — and I prefer the 30 weight. The smaller the thread the better I like my results. I consider myself an expert in the art of crochet. I have been offered jobs teaching both crochet and knitting. I love making Barbie clothes. My last project was a Barbie wedding dress. I also love making doilies both beaded and plain, 3-D and flat , table cloths, curtains, Christmas ornaments, I have also made bowls and cups from Crochet thread which are really nice. I have crocheted with yarn but not so much — i just really prefer the thread.
Hot here in California today. I live in hot and humid Alabama. Hi, I taught myself to crochet a couple of years ago to relax and relieve stress. I have mainly completed small projects.
I have completed one afghan for my daughter. It took me a year! I am crocheting much faster now. I have also completed two sweaters, one for my daughter and one for myself. I also like to loom knit, mostly on the round ones. They are great to make hats for gifts in the winter. I am really excited about this project because of the variety of stitches.
I have started crocheting the first block. I crocheted about three rows and measured the length, it was about inches. I pulled it out and continued to do that going down a hook until I got pretty close. I am using a metal N I have not finished the block yet, so I am not sure of the exact size. Once I finish I will blog again. I hope this helps. I have been crochet since I was a little girl. My grandmother and great aunt took care of me often and needed an activity to keep me busy.
They turned to crocheting. I got proficient enough to make several granny square afgans before putting crocheting aside until I had my second child, my only daughter. At that point, a friend taught me how to crochet beads onto socks — my daughter had the most extensive beaded sock wardrobe ever! I started to crochet in earnest when my dear grandmother passed away.
In retrospect, I realize it was a way to connect with her. I can read and follow a pattern, but I have to work at it. I plan on making this afgan in a variety of colors as a way to use up some of my stash. I think I may edge each square in black and put a black border around the entire afgan. I will crochet mine together. I look forward to crocheting with you all! My mother taught me to crochet when I was 9, many, many years ago. She could just look at something and then make it. I need a pattern. It will make for a great Xmas gift for someone in my family plus, it should be a good stash-busting project!
I crocheted my first block today, and I look forward to experimenting with different textures. This looks like a great project to get my 8 year old daughter started crocheting. She has finally started asking how. I am sure hers will be in shades of pinks but I will be making mine in shades of light blue yarns for a baby afghan.
I have been crocheting since I was 13 and was taught by the neighborhood Grandma. We all learned Granny Squares back then and have taught myself everything else. I was never taught to read a pattern so that is the challenge for me. I think repeating it over and over will be a big help to me. I have currently been working on baby afghans in ripple patterns as well as octopus and bunny stuffed animals and hats to go along with them. I have been crocheting off and on since my grandmother taught me when I was 5 or 6 years old. I am almost 60 this year. I would consider myself to be proficient in the skill; I am not a knitter.
I have been making baby afghans and blankets all summer for my 8 year old granddaughter and 5 friends who had babies this summer. My current project is a ripple afghan for my friend at work who will be a grandmother for the first time. I have made this same ripple afghan 5 times over the past 11 years, when I made it for my first granddaughter who is almost I agree with Jessica-Jean about sewing the blocks together, which is why I have never made block afghans. Cheryl 45 had a great idea too about bordering each block. The wonderful thing about crochet is its versatility. Having said that, however, I do find that following a precise pattern does have wonderful results!
What a great idea, I saw the email and checked it out, I have done group projects with Project Linus and enjoy the fellowship. This will be fun, I am going to use organic yarn and hope to make this for my soon to be born first grandchild. I am not a fan of joining squares but as so much in life is about doing new things.. I am experienced, I am currently licensed for a yarn store, which I have not opened because being a scientist takes up all my time.
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I think it appeals to scientist in me. I am a genetic engineer so understanding how our DNA is threaded together is very much like how something is woven. Thank you for your help. I live in Chehalis, Washington the state. They are my company and entertainment! Happy to say that I have jumped right into this project once I got the kids to bed, we have 8 with 7 at home, and after checking to be sure just how to make a sc. I have my first block done! Laurane, if you click on the links to the stitches at the bottom of the pattern, it will show you how to do them with pictures.
My name is Allison. I am a 20 year old college student studying biology. My mom taught be to crochet when I was around 9 years old. I consider myself an intermediate crocheter. I like to make toys amigarumi are my favorites! I have not done a full size afghan in a long time. The last one I did, the squares were American Flags. The results were great, but it was so time consuming! I have been meaning to make an afghan to keep in the living room of my new apartment and this will do the trick nicely!
Hopefully I will find a beautiful pink or red yarn to match my decor. My name is Deena and I am moving in two days from Washington State to Massachusetts, so this will be a fun project to start on the plane! I am an intermediate. I have made quite a few baby blankets and I have made piles of wash clothes and flannel blankets with the crocheted edges. This looks like a fun blanket! Thanks for the challenge. Hi, I learned to crochet and knit when I was around 7 or 8, and continued for many years. When my kids were little I made things for them, and taught a couple of our babysitters to knit and crochet, which led to teaching at our local community center.
But for some reason, when my kids got a little older, I stopped. In the interim, I got involved in Glass Beadmaking; but when we started spending our winters in Tucson, I had no place to set up my glassworking workshop, and needing some sort of creative outlet, I went back to knitting and crochet. With all the beautiful new yarns, I got hooked all over again, and am knitting and crocheting up a storm. I also prefer crocheting the blocks together, or better yet, making them in strips as Liz suggested in Post So that in itself is a challenge.
My other challenge will be finishing an afghan. I have started plenty and they end up being PIGS. I consider myself an advanced crocheter. Comfortable with complex stitches and altering designs to fit my own needs. Even designing my own. I crochet all of the time and would consider myself very experienced. I probably will not be able to get the correct wool for this but, to my mind, it looks like and Aran weight wool.
I will use that and not worry too much if the gauge is slightly wrong. I tend to finish things quickly if I like them so I will let you know how I get on. My objective is to try to finish what I start and hopefully this challenge will help. I have been crocheting for 2 years now and am always searching for ways to get better. I will be starting my first block tomorrow night!
My name is Tasha, and I would consider myself a strong intermediate. Maybe we can discuss other ways of joining the squares as things progress. As for myself, I often take the bus, and squares make a great bus project. I suspect I will have a multi-colored afghan when all is said and done. Hi my name is Loretha, I have been crocheting for over 30 years, but recently found that I did not have the time to crochet, but with this new club idea, I am going to find the time to crochet again, and not just look at the patterns and books.
I also stopped knittig, and maybe I can rekindle that passion as well. Hi, I love to crochet. I taught myself, and crochet all the time. However I do not like to sew blocks together, or any project the pattern calls for sewing. I crochet things together. I think I would make 6 strips, with the three stitches, then crochet the strips together. I love to play with different types of yarns. I am excited about the cal, to see what other crocheters are doing.
I was so excited when I read about this project my heart is still thumping! Shall wait for the next post on appropriate yarns before I gather up courage to troop down to Spotlight again. Do other crocheters face this problem too? If one is just starting out, it seems a hassle and possibly mighty costly to have to buy different hooks and yarn just to hit on the right guage.
Should I just throw caution to the wind and start anyway? I have been crocheting since I was I made an Arran blanket 2 years ago. Started it for my fil but he passed away before I finished it. So I think this will be easy to do. My name is Maddy. I am a longgggggg-time crocheter. My grandmother taught me to chain stitch when I was about 5 years old and after miles of chains, she showed me the rest.
I now have nine grandchildren of my own — with 10 coming in January. My Grandma, or as we used to call her, Hami, has gone one to be with the Lord. Thanks you all so much for how you care for us! I learn to crochet a long time ago. My mom taught me to crochet when I was a little girl, she was taught by her grandmother. My grandma knits, and taught me how to knit continental style at the beginning of this year when she was visiting us in Australia.
Sounds like a great challenge! I just learned how to crochet a month ago. One a little bunny a friend showed me step by step and then I attempted the Stripes blanket on here. I have taught crochet as an after school activity as well as a focus group during the school day. I hope to get some teachers together to join me in this as a relaxing opportunity to get together and talk in the media center after school once a week. Many have expressed a desire to learn and this would help bring us together both as professionals and friends.
Hi, I am Kathy, Having been crocheting for too many years to count, just turned 60 and retired. This will be the first time I have done a CAL, have made many many blankets and other projects, but mostly for gifts, am thinking this will be mine. Am also in the process of making scarfs for the Winter Special Olympics.
Hi, My Dad taught me to crochet many years ago. This sounds like something I can do. It will probably be in a variety of colors and types of yarn left over from other projects. I usually stick with the super easy beginner projects. I live in Venezuela and would love to make this afghan, I have made many blankets to send to members of my family who live in other countries where there is cold weather, but for these afgahn I would love to make it in some cotton fiber to be able to use it here where there is not cold weather, would it be fine to be part of the crochet along around the world project you have?
I love thye idea of crocheting along with many people from the world! Hi, my name is Anna. But this time I really want to try. Hello there everyone, I would say I am an advanced beginner. I have made plenty of items hats, scarves, shawls, blankets , but only because I have stuck with the easier stitches and patterns. I guess you would call me an experienced beginner. I have done several blankets.
Although I am currently working on 3 other sampler afghans I would really like to try this. Good Morning All, My name is dianne and my grandmother taught me to crochet using my fingers. I guess she just got tired of all the questions. Since then I have learned to use a hook. I have been crocheting since I was about 10, but my experience level is still a beginner, and you will see why later.
My mom crochets and makes wonderful gifts. She has made baby blankets, ponchos, scarves, but since getting arthritis, does not do much any more. I keep telling her that I am left handed in a right handed world, but we just can not get together on this. I just finished reading all the reply, I guess they call them blogs now? I have an extensive yarn supply and my husband want to know what I am going to do with it all. Maybe Jaki and James will also get the blanket for Christmas. I am so excited about this project. I was not in on the voting, but I have been looking for a block pattern.
My husband and I have a boat and I crochet while he fishes and would love a pattern like this that I can take with me without much of a hassle. I am hoping like most of you that by joining all of you, it will be the kick in the pants I need to complete a project. My gram, mom and husband will be so proud. I will be so excited to finally give someone a gift from the heart and hands. I am not sure about this square by square. I tried this years ago and it looked terrible when sewed together.
It was the putting together of the pieces that did not go well. Maybe with some better techniques than what was used before it may work better. I will consider this but not quite sure yet. My name is Denise. I thought that this would be a good stress releaser in between studying. My favorite kind of crocheting are things like Irish Lace or anything done with small thread size Another favorite is vintage.
The challenge to me for this project is not seeing the results of my labor quickly enough like many of you have written. When do we get started? I am looking forward to using some of my extra yarn to do this. It is something I can take along to appointments or do at home in the evening and not feel I am not getting anywhere. I just might have to do it in bright colors for the Childrens hospital or cancer center. This will be my first CAL!
I live in a rural area, so the idea of doing the project along with others sounds great! Needlework is a great stress reliever also keeps me from being annoyed with a channel surfing hubby A sampler sounds like a great way to keeing your attention. This crochet-along will be a nice change from my usual. I have covered everyone I know in afghans and loads of prayer shawls.
I may even finally keep one of my own afghans. My roommate a lefty taught me to crochet. So as a righty my technique looks a little odd, very much like knitting which my Mom taught me as a child — continental style. Looking forward to this project. Although I am a strong imtermediate with years of experience, I am a bit slow due to a muscular disease. This is going to be fun! I am an intermediated crocheter. I began crocheting really simple things as a child then finally as a teenager made an afghan. Good luck to all….
Ooh, blankets are my crochet bread and butter, so to speak. Though I think I am definitely going to have to change up my yarn…. Love to chochet…it is the calming influence in mymlife…especially like filet crochet……Barbara. My name is Jennifer but please call me Jenn or Jenna and I have been crocheting for about 22 years. I am really looking forward to this project. I like the concept of the CAL and the push to finish a blanket. I have been a crocheter and knitter for many years. I mostly like making afghans and scarfs because I can make them in strips while commuting on the train 40 minutes each way to work every day then put them together at home in the evenings.
For those of you who do not like to sew things together, may I suggest using a reverse single crochet stitch for joining. It really looks good when you put them together! Try some of them and you may find something you like that works up easily. I have never heard of a CAL! I enjoy crocheting but only seem to do it in spurts.
I have actually finished an afghan for each of my kids and for one of my grandbabies! My aunt taught me the basic single crochet when I was about 10 years old and I taught myself the rest project by project. Crocheting has been wonderful for me. This square by square project is something that I have always wanted to do ; looking forward to getting it started!
My mother and grandmother taught me to crochet as a child and I have a girlfriend that does it all the time. I just started again off an on for the last two years. Working on a blanket for my granddaughter. It may encourage me to do more. It might help me get my yarn stash down to a managable level. Who knows, I might end up liking the over all look enough to make more.
I was taught how to by a friend at college, and we started making scarves and then I branched out and learned patterns for myself, so that I could make afghans and toys. Hello, my name is Miki. I have been crocheting for about 20 years. I have made many afghans and given them as gifts and still do.
I am excited about this project. I may not be able to keep up with it since I am working on 3 afghans at the moment. Plus teaching my co workers how to crochet. I do have one question—can anyone help me teach a left hander how to crochet. I am right handed and I can not get it for a lefty. I have been crocheting for about 6 years but still consider myself a beginner. I usually look for easy patterns. I love doing afghans especially baby afghans.
I am not the most patient of people and like quick and easy projects. I wonder if I can crochet in the car. I am Ruth M. I have not crocheted in years, and I am ponly mildly proficient in the basics. This looks like a great way to bring some skills up. End of August, school starting back up, cool nights and hot days. And of course, canning season. I once noticed a lady on my train crocheting left-handed and asked her how she learned.
She told me that she sat directly in front of a righty and made the same movements like watching yourself in the mirror. She told me that it was pretty easy after that. I have been crocheting since our children were little and our oldest is 52 and youngest is I am left handed and had to teach myself to crochet as there were not left handed directions back then. I am choosing to do this as my hands are badly deformed due to QRheumatoid Arthritis and it will help me to keep my hands going.
Besides crocheting and knitting I love to quilt. Just finished a baby quilt and an afghan for our newest great grandchild a girl. Now working on a sweater for her. I have been crocheting forever and am addicted to yarn. I have a bazillion skeins of hand dyed silk yard, I am going to give this a try with that yard and hope it turns out beautiful. Is there a deadline? Hello everyone, my name is Lara and I have been crocheting for 2 years now, I still consider myself a beginner. My best friend has been teaching me. I tried to knit but found out quickly that it just was not my thing — I am a very visual person, so crochet is my new passion as the patten develops quick and keeps me interested in getting the project done.
I am looking forward to working this pattern though I am not sure how fast I will get it done as I am working on 4 other projects right now. So far I have made 5 full size afghans, many scarves, a shawl, an octopus for my new grandson and several baby blankets. I learned when I broke my ankle and was unable to walk for a few months. Luckily, I have tons on left over yarn, so my afghan will be very colorful. Best of luck to all and Happy Crocheting! My mother taught me when I was little, then I picked it up again and taught myself even more when I was pregnant.
I love to do squares, then join them together to create a beautiful blanket. I guess I would be an intermediate to advanced crocheter…have made many afgans, a sweater, scarves, with my latest projects being stuffed animals. Am currently working on a log cabin afgan, but have loads of extra yarn and this project looks like fun. I agree with one of the posts that a variety of colors would add interest to this project, so am going to try that. Sadly, I rarely finish an adult sized project, usually because I get bored with it.
Like Cecily, I have a very hard time following a pattern as written. My sister has decided I treat them like serving suggestions. I make lap robes for cancer patients and nursing home patients, and have a tendency to get bored with unchanging patterns, so this will be a lot of fun for me! Thanks so much for sharing it.
My skill level is intermediate.
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I have been crocheting on and off for years and would consider myself to have intermediate level skills. I currently have 3 afghans in the works I hate crocheting in the summer when it is hot and humid, so they have been on hold for a few months , but I am always willing to begin another because I am a yarn addict. I am looking forward to sharing the crochet experience with others, especially because none of my friends crochet.
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