Hi Jennifer,I saw and saved your One Round hearts, eggs and stars to try. I'm not the best crocheter, but I try. When I tried the eggs and tiny stars your instructions baffled me. There's no indication in them as to which chain stitch to start in once the join is made with the slip stitch. Also, I had some extra Paton's Grace on hand and thought I'd try using it, but the 5 mm hook seemed so huge for that particular yarn. I switched to a smaller hook, still had a problem..especially with the very first stitch being a treble. I've got arthritis in my fingers...can you help me with some suggestions and more information? Thank you. If you'd like to email me, my AOL email is JRooney871@aol.com Thanks.
Sure no problem, I'll send you an email! :-)
Jennifer, just think of how many lives you have touched. Sharing your patterns, pictures, teaching,and time, and I can pay it forward. I know I can do these patterns, send it to someone who will feel comforted. I can give more often, and just keep knittin' and a givin. I really believe it makes a differance to add love & good wishes into knitting, or any craft. And somewhere a preemie will be sporting a funny hat, and everyone who looks at that baby will smile.
Thank you so much for your sweet comment, you really made my day! :-) I completely agree with you too...there is no feeling like wrapping those you love and those in need in handmade warmth and love. It's like a hug that keeps on hugging! Keep knitting...you are changing the world one stitch at a time!
Thanks for the easy to understand patterns. I'm starting the Fiona scarf for my teenage daughter and can't wait to see the finished product. I always look forward to seeing a new email from you. So, keep those patterns coming...I'll be waiting! Bobbiebobbicaselle@yadtel.net
Will do! Thanks for your kind comment!!
JenniferI am new to crocheting.I like dishcloth pattern. Can I use the same pattern for an afghan?Thank you
You sure can! Just keep adding rounds until you get the size that you need for your afghan.
JenniferSometimes people come into your lives in person to make them happier. You come into our homes with your lovely site. It seems like you are a friend. I will put you on my favorites list today. This is the best site I have seen. It shows that you put a lot of time and effort into your work. Your ideas are wonderful. I will pass on your site to my friends. I love all of your work,and really like your idea of even making a holder for your stitch markers. You are one bright ray of sunshine. Thanks!Kay
Oh my gosh...thank you for your unbelievable kind comment! I am so glad you are enjoying the site, hugs to you dear stitcher!
When I try to print out the free pattern for Butternut squash neckwarmer I get a almost blank page with Twitter tweet box printed left hand corner. Then on the right a small box that says sign in and tweet.Whats going on?
Hmmm, not sure, but you can easily print only the content you want by highlighting on the needed text (and none of the stuff you don't need). Select "copy" with your right mouse button, then paste only what you want to a word document. That way you can print it on your own terms and ever save it for later.
Hi Jennifer - Those crochet chain bows are TOO CUTE. Thanks for posting such a quick, easy idea that will make some of my gifts more personal. I love your blog and am always happy when it arrives in my inbox -
Wow thanks! So glad you like the bows too!
Hi Jennifer -Came across your blog by accident while looking for some crochet patterns that I could actually read!! Learned to crochet as a child from my grandmother, and have never been able to follow a pattern, but have been feeling the NEED to play with yarn lately. Your directions are clear and easy to follow. Thank you!!
Yay! So glad you are enjoying the patterns and that you have picked up your hook again. Crocheting and knitting is my happy place :) Can't live without it!!!
I'd yarn more if there wasn't all that fabric and quilting in the world! LOL. Starting your Butternut Neckwarmer this afternoon while we start our annual "A Christmas Carol" listen. Can't wait for snuggle and create time with my daughter!Have a blessed holiday!
Sounds like the perfect day, enjoy!!
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Hi Jennifer,I love your patterns and you take gorgeous photographs as well. I am just curious why you do not allow selling items made from your patterns? I see some bloggers do this and others allow it if credit and a link to the pattern are listed with the item. I am not criticizing...just wondering...thanks!
Thanks for your kind comments and question. I recently updated my copyright information and it's a personal choice that I made after a great deal of thought. I appreciate your thoughtful question and understanding...thanks again! :)
Oh my goodness, I just happened on this web site while looking for patterns for scarfs. Your patterns are so creative and your generosity in sharing them is remarkable. Thank you so much for taking time out of your days to post all this information. I have bookmarked your site and you can be sure I will be visiting it often. Once again, THANK YOU!Pam
Oh my goodness! You are so sweet...thank you for your really nice comment, I'm so glad you stopped by! :)
Hi Jennifer, where do I find the crochet patterns?? I want to do the pavement infinity scarf, thanks. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Andrea!If you scroll to the top of this page, the Pavement Scarf and other free crochet patterns are in the "Free Crochet Patterns" tab. Happy crocheting to you!
Thank you so much for Cloudy Sky Mobius. I made one for myself and my daughter liked it so much she requested one for herself.I appreciate your time and effort that made it so easy for me.
Awesome! I'm tickled that you and your daughter enjoyed it! Thanks too for your kind comment!
Hi Jennifer! I was wondering if you might be interested in joining a Pinterest link-sharing group I'm starting, specifically for crochet and knitting bloggers. It would be a way to get to know and support like-minded folks. Let me know if you'd like more info!
I would love to! Let me know what I need to do to join. :)
Hi Can i have the permission to sell the the finished product . There is a fundraising event in my son's preschool where i am going to sell Thank you
Hi Jennifer;I just stumbled up your web-site Fibre Flux-Adventures in stitching, and WOW this is just an extremly wonderful website, and there are lots to see and challing items to chose from. My first project is Flower Patch Button Wrap. Can hardly wait to start this project-something different for a change. I was wndering, as there is nothing on the pattern/website as to wear I caan locate the 2 buttns you have chosen. Are they hand made/or do you buy them somewhere? Would really like to know? HELP!!!!!
Thank you and welcome! So glad you stopped by...I got the buttons a few years ago at a fabric store, I loved them so much, I bought every single one they had! I have since thrown away the cards, I know they are plastic and Made in Italy, if that helps...happy crocheting!!!
Hello Jennifer, I had a big inspiration with your scarf patterns, those are wonderfull. I'm in Chile by the way and Autumm just start down here,so it's perfect time to made them.Thank you so much for share with us.Karina
Thanks for your kind comment...and how lucky you are to be enjoying autumn, a beautiful time and my most favorite!!
Do you ever share your knitting patterns. All I have seen are crochet and would like to see knit if you have some. I love your scarfs, etc but in knitting.Thanks.
Yes! Be sure to check out the "free knitting patterns" tab above...lots if things there...also I'm working on some pieces right now and will share them soon! Thanks for stopping by! :)
Thank you so much for sharing your fantastic patterns. I am so inspired by them all. You have a wonderful talent. Thanks
Thank you so much for your kind words! You are so welcome, it makes me happy to share! :)
Thank you for all your lovely patterns! I was wondering - could I make products from your patterns and use them to make money for Operation Christmas Child?
I WOULD REALLY LIKE THE PATTERN FOR THE LITTLE HERAT THAT IS YOUR SIGNITURETHANK YOU, CAROLYN
Morning - I have nominated you for the Super Sweet Blog Award. I love your blog, the photos and the creations. Thank you.
Thank you for taking the time to read my blog and share your thoughts! It is very much appreciated. I try to reply to comments as quickly as possible...please note that all comments posted on Fiber Flux...Adventures in Stitching are moderated and any comments that are abusive or off topic will be removed.