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© Jennifer Dickerson 2014
Please note: Patterns are for personal and charity use only.  In addition, if you enjoy the pattern, please link to it, but do not copy the pattern to your own website or blog (including other languages).  Thank you!

84 comments:

  1. I knitted a hat for my little niece today and I put your little stars on it and put Twirlies hat topper on top of hat from Loving Hugs. Thank You Renee The stars are so cute.

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  2. i just made a trivet. turned out pretty good ive been self teaching crochet via patterns and youtube videos for a month now. my mom got me started. thanks for the patterns.

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  3. Love the stars, I just might have to try them with wire for earrings! Thanks, KP Hippie Chick

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    1. Wow! What an awesome idea! You will definitely have to put them on kp when you make them...I would love to see them! :)

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    2. Will do! I have some Copper that might work....

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    3. Oh my! That would be really beautiful! Have fun!!

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  4. These r great on top of preemie beanies. I donate them to the NICU at my local hospital. Woyld kive more!!!! Thank u!

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    1. What a lovely idea, good for you! Doesn't it feel great to give your time and handmade treasures to the littlest of people?

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  5. I think your embellishments are fantastic!! I'm making hats for hospital NICU and always want them to be unique. Love your ideas, colors and generosity. Sending lots of blessings and hugs!

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    1. Oh my goodness, thank you so much...glad you are finding my patterns to be useful for your wonderful, wonderful cause! :-)

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  6. Just came across this pattern.Thank you so much for sharing it.
    It is so AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!.I just love it.
    I make hats for the homeless shelter and I am going to use these and the little hearts for the little girl hats.
    I jsut know it will brighten their day when they receive a hat with these on them.

    Thank you
    Sharon Anderson

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    1. That is so wonderful!!! What wonderful things you are doing for kids who need and appreciate it so much...

      Keep up the fantastic work!!! :-)

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  7. Jennifer....I am a member of the United Church of Christ.this year for our annual gathering we have started a scarf project that includes giving a rainbow-colored scarf to someone who pledges to fight bullying.I made a scarf using your vanilla bean pattern& it turned out really nice.I posted a pic & a link to your blog on the charity site as it was a big hit.thanks for the pattern.

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    1. Sounds like a beautiful scarf and what a great cause...thanks you for sharing! Happy crocheting to you! :)

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  8. Jennifer,

    Just wondering if you have a hat pattern to match the vanilla bean scarf? Just a dainty cap with the V pattern would be awesome.

    Thanks,
    Mitzi

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  9. Love the hearts and stars--great for a delicate garland, or for appliques!

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  10. Love the Fiona button scarf. It's simple and quick. I made one for myself and one for a Christmas present in one setting. Thanks for the patterns. I'm on to the celebration scarf next.

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    1. Thanks! I'm glad you were able to make one for yourself too!

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  11. can you get some big crochet flower patterns when i say big it means like a full flower like 3d or 3 layers

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    1. Sounds pretty, I'll have to keep that in mind!

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  12. I just started the vanilla bean scarf in a multi colored yarn. I love the pattern! Thanks so much.

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    1. That sounds really pretty, thanks for your kind comment too!

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  13. Your work is so beautiful!! I would love if you would come share some links to your free patterns at www.theyarnbox.com

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    1. Thanks so much, I'll be sure to check it out!

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  14. Thanks so much for all the free tutorials. I've been pinning away!! I'm new at crocheting but am thoroughly enjoying it.
    Following you now on Facebook.
    Thanks Again,
    Carrie
    www.saving4six.com

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    1. You are so welcome! By the way I love what you did with your basement steps...awesome!!! Thanks for stopping by!

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  15. I love all of your crochet patterns! They are quick and easy and turn out lovely every time, everything I have made ends up looking like it took a lot longer to make, so pretty. Do you have a leg warmer pattern you can share?

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    1. Thank you! and yes, I do have a legwarmer pattern, it is all finished, just have to post it! You must have read my mind!

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  16. This website/blog is so well put together! All your pictures are very well done! I commend you! You make beautiful things that are very creative. I've added this to come back and make a lot of these ideas! Thank you!!!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment!!! You really made my day! :)

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  17. Jennifer, I have seen some Chevron Crochet blankets, and was wondering if you have a pattern for such a thing. I love your work, and have used many of your patterns to crochet scarves for my family, friends and myself. So, needless to say, you were the first one I thought of to look for the Chevron crochet pattern. Thank you in advance.

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    1. Thanks Nancy! I don't have one yet, but have been anxious to make a few blankets though, the chevron is one of my favorites! Thanks for thinking of me, you're very kind!

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  18. All of the above patterns are beautiful! I don't know which one to start with! Thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment! Happy crocheting!

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  19. I subscribe to your newsletter. I love all of your items. I especially like the different ways you display your work. I have made so many beautiful gifts for my friends. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    1. You are so welcome, I am glad you like them...thanks so much too for subscribing! :)

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  20. Thank you so much for generously sharing your patterns. I can't wait to try some of them to give as gifts. I'm a beginner at crochet and I'm really enjoying learning new stitches and trying new projects. Thanks again :)

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    1. Yay! Congratulations on starting your crochet journey! I got the crochet bug and haven't stopped since! Thanks so much for your kind comment too! :)

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  21. I just want to say that I have been crocheting for a long time, I only have one arm, but your patterns are so easy to follow that I found a lot of pleasure in using your patterns. THANK YOU SO MUCH

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    1. You are so welcome! I am so glad you like them, hugs to you and happy crocheting!

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    2. If by some chance Bonnie Rankin reads this reply - I would LOVE to know how you are crocheting with one arm. My five year old son would really love to learn! He was born with a short left arm (above elbow) and we haven't had a lot of success yet.

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  22. WOW! Thank you so very much for sharing your beautiful patterns! Great work!! <3

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  23. Thank you so much for sharing those beautiful project.

    Fraisiperles
    Montreal Canada

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  24. Thank you so much! It's beautiful.

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  25. And thank YOU for your very kind comment!!

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  26. I love your patterns!!! Keep up with your beautiful work! I will be following your patterns soon!(: love them!!!!

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  27. Thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous patterns!! They are simple but very elegant. I will be using them for Christmas gifts. I just spent my money all in one place :)

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment, you just made my day!!!

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  28. Thank you for sharing your patterns. It helps me a lot to see an item completed so I know what my goal is.

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    1. I agree! I like to see what it looks like too! :)

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  29. There are so many things on this post that it's hard to decide on what to do first! My daughter is crazy over the Celebration Scarf, and so am I! I just got my yarn for the next couple of months, and had plans for scarves for myself. My girls' love of your patterns and my new colors means I will be making scarfs for others, and I think it's great! I really can't afford gifts this X-Mas, and with 4 kids ages 12-30 plus their husbands, fiancee, and boyfriend that the 27 yr old is serious about, that's a hard truth. You want to do something nice for them, to show how much they mean to you. Well, what better than something mom made by hand, full of love in every stitch? If I think good thoughts and wishes for each one as I hook their gift it will truly mean something. Thank you for all of these free patterns, at all skill levels! It's like your gift to us! I love your sites!

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  30. All your patterns are so awesome. Thank you for sharing them. :)

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  31. Thank you so much for these wonderful crochet patterns! The simplicity of the patterns are fantastic and the finished product is absolutely beautiful! Thank you for giving me hours of wonderful, therapeutic crochet to look forward to!!

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  32. Hpw do you make the gingersnap infinity scarf longer and wider

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  33. I have made 2 pair of your boot cuffs, a Mobius cowl, & 2 long scarves using the Mobius stitches, all given as gifts. I loved how they all turned out and my kids loved them too! Thank you. I am about to make some scarves using your Mango Scarf directions. I appreciate all your work, generosity, and the beautiful pix. Thank you!

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  34. Love all of your stitchin'!!! Tutorials are so good and so well done. thanks!

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  35. Just finished the Pavement Infinity scarf and I LOVE it! Thank you so much for the wonderful patterns! There are a few things on here I'm gonna do! :) You're fabulous!

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  36. Would it be alright to make and sell some of the items from your beautiful patterns if I put a card with the link to your web site? Thank you for any help you can give me

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  37. I'm having trouble getting the free patterns. When I click on a pic that I want, all it does is show me another pic and no pattern. I have just subcribed to the site. I would appreciate someone's help!

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    1. Hi there! If you click the link below each picture, it will take directly to each pattern...hope that helps!

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  38. I love the Kitchen Lovelies! Thanks so much!

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  39. Whenever I am searching for a pattern, I ultimately end up at your site! Your patters are easy to follow and the recipients (friends and family) always love their gift. Thank you for the simplicity of your patterns.

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    1. You are so very welcome and thank you for such a kind comment!

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  40. How do I download the Fiona 2 button scarf for myself?

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    1. Hi Cindy!

      Here is the pattern link:
      http://www.fiberfluxblog.com/2012/10/free-crochet-patternfiona-button-scarf.html

      If you follow the link, it will take you to the pattern page, just scroll down and look for the green "print friendly" page. There you can print, email it, or save it as a PDF. Hope that helps!

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  41. For our twentieth anniversary, I made 20 of your one-round hearts in red, and 20 of your one-round stars in pale yellow. I put them in a pretty glass vase, and used a satin ribbon to tie a love note about the 20 years of romance and happiness. My husband loved it and put it in a very special place on our display shelves. The hearts and stars came out great and the patterns were easy to follow. Now I see that you have many other lovely patterns that I will be trying! Thanks for such a creative and helpful site.

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    1. What a beautiful and thoughtful gesture, thank you for sharing! :)

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  42. I get so inspired when I stop by your blog!! I wish I had more sets of hands to crochet with LOL! I just love the shoulder wrap/shawl that is pictured on the header of your page, on the very top of the page, its the 4th picture in....I couldn't seem to find the pattern for it...is there one??? I would love to make it!!!

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  43. Thank you, your patterns are so well set out with the instructions and photos which makes it so easy to follow. The Travel Blooms are such a great idea. I have a family and friends function coming up and have started making Travel Blooms for all the female guests. I hope you do not mind but I used your idea and designed Travel Flags/squares for the men. I am sure all the guests will love them and I will let them all know where I found the pattern that inspired me to go further.

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  44. Thank you so much for your time and generosity on making patterns for us to all enjoy without having to spend tons of money, Its Greatly appreciated!!!

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  45. I've never been able to crochet anything other than a simple double crochet blanket or scarf. I have difficulty with all the abbreviations in patterns and get overwhelmed. I just made the Fiona scarf by watching your video!! Thank you so much! It's given me confidence to try some other things! Thanks again

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  46. Ì have looked forever for a shawl pattern and finally found exactly what I wanted. But ìhave run into a snag. Ìhave been crocheting for 60 years and have developed a mental block. The pattern is the zinnia shawl and ì have done the v stitch many times but following your 1 row pattern ì do not have any increases after the first couple of rows. Ìlove your blog and hope you can helpnme.

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  47. Thanks for sharing all the free patterns. I was looking for cute easy scarves to gift for Christmas. I just need buttons now.

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  48. I can see the pictures but how do I access the patterns? Clicking on the picture only gives me a bigger picture.

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