kheria salim: i tried to make these stitch...it was easy following u....god blesses
Lucy Phillips: Amazing video, so simple! You'll have to excuse my other comment on your
other video I think, because this tutorial was so so simple to follow! I've
started making this as well now! Thank you again! :) -Lucy x
Carlota Chmielewski: For foundation chains left over, if you didn't make your initial slip knot
too tight, you can un-pick it back to where you need it.
Jess Louise: I wamt to make a blanket with this stitch....How many stitches for the
initial chain for a blanket?
Bernie Carter: Hi, love your videos, but could you please redo the subtitles.....they are
all messed up and make no sense, lol
t loppi: am i the only one who thought the caption was funny other than that nice
Lynette Wykes: Thank you for sharing all your crochet knowledge. It is so much easier to
follow than reading a book.
Samantha Clark: I would love to have this written out so i can see what I'm supposed to do
since your hand is covering the one part I need.
Snaehbongmouy: I love how u explain the details of the design
zahide1965: WICH PART OF THE PATYERN USES MORE YARN THAN THE PTHER? THE "TAKING LOOPS "
PART, OR THE CROCHETED PART? BECAUSE I HAVE RESTS OF YARNS AND I HAVE TO
CALCULATE WICH ONE I HAVE TO USE FOR THE PATYERN PARTS.
susan west: i think il give this a try! lol
Anne-Pia Hansen: This is so beautiful :-) look also to be easy to crochet
blessedangeleyes: I love this stitch, I think it will be my next project after I finish the
larkfoot..iThank you for all your videos I really love them...
craftinggal: I love this pattern I have a friend who would like to make one from seeing
mine and I have looked every where for the written pattern and cannot find
it. Where is this pattern at please? Thanks
CROCHET GEEK: A size C will work as long as you use yarn that is not to large for the
hook. You may want to use a lighter yarn such as 2-3 ply or baby weight or
sock weight with a C hook.
CROCHET GEEK: Gender colors play into stereotypes. We need to evolve past gender specific
colors. Make what you want to make. I would suggest that you go to a Local
Yarn Store and compare color combinations together for the best options. I
think the forest green and a dusty pink color would look pretty together
and be a beautiful blanket.
Ling Ling Babello: Teresa thank you from all the leftys. Please do a left hand african sunrise
granny square. Cheers from Melb Australia.
CROCHET GEEK: I appreciate your support, thank you very much.
WWEHardyFan9: Can you use this stitch to make a sweater?
Bobby Emberger: hi thank you glad you like my work i dont know what blanker you are talking
about if you let me know i be glad to show you bob
Jakathera: are there written instructions for this one? :D It'd be good to have the
reference :D thanks!
lilcrocheter27: Is there a pattern for the hatt at the beg of the vid?
Crystal Rivas: i cant wait to try this when i get the time! your videos have taught me to
crochet months ago and ive been addicted ever since!
marichuy lara: you work is beautifuil and very good
Alicia Haxton: I am using a 4-ply 100% acrylic worsted yarn and size I/9 (5.50M) crochet
hook, but I am still having difficulty. Your instructions are great and I
can see how the project should be coming along, but my project seems very
stiff and the stitches seem too bulky. I'm wondering if the brand I have is
too coarse? Do you have a particular brand of yarn you prefer for projects
maria rosa maniglia de vargas: amiga me gustaria si fuera posible la traducción en español puede ser por
escrito cuando usted habla me encanta sus vídeos pero me cuesta por el
idioma soy de Venezuela un gran abrazo
Bobby Emberger: cant wait to try this and stilling working on your blanket and every one
loved it i have it on face book Robert Emberger hope you look at them thank
you for all your vidoes will you ever do any men vest or sweaters thank you
Bobby Emberger: thank you i did a lot from your vidoes and that color blank was one of your
and it came out reale good thank you are you ever going to do adult
steawers i hope you do one day any way thanks bob
MissFlux: Wow Teresa this is just amazing!!? Looks like leaves! Or palm trees! I love
it!! Could be good for crochet cake decorating too ;) thanks a bunch I hope
you know how much we appreciate your tuts :) x
mguerra6: That is so beautiful.TFS
victor ramirez: Good video
kathy kerstetter: I love the video tutorial! Is there a written pattern to follow also? If so
where do I find it?
Cheri DeLongfield: The Exteme Crochet Drop Stitch pattern
галина кушнерова: мне нравиться
Sara Malam: I am going to do this in a hat and a scarf using Caron simply soft, was
that what you were using because it looked very much like it? would that be
good or is it to soft to use?
CROCHET GEEK: Try pulling each loop up horizontal so they are loose. That way you should
have plenty of room to pull the hook through.
franniesbigday: That's beautiful!
Sierra French: I am in the middle of making an Afghan blanket for my unborn baby. I would
like this to be the border... but I want it facing the other way around,
how would I make this happen? Or is that not possible?
morevaseret: Really lovely. Can't wait to try it. Have bookmarked it for future use.
66wildrose: you need to add one more to the chain and use 3 for the first double
crochet - that will prevent the "expanding" on the side
Soulfire Airweaver: that's so neat looking and like your "x" to switch colors too. THANKYOU!!!!
ritasilveira123: Beautiful video &clear explanation,Thanks for sharing,God bless U.
tiffany Amber: can i use a c?
Paula Fugate Radford: *raising my hand* If I wanted to make mine shorter (about half the length
of yours), what multiples should I use on my first chain? I'm still a newb!
beatlejn: 50 colors!! I wanna see that! ha ha! thanks for this video. Beautiful work.
Vo Hong Minh: That's amazing! I watch you everyday! Your direction is very usefull!
dramaticoreos: Great tutorial! Um, I have a quick question. Why is it called extreme
crochet? God bless
CROCHET GEEK: It does look like a maple leaf. This would be very pretty with fall colors.