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  • mommadeb
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    I did the google thing too and it was too stupid to comprehend. Nope, no air mask needed. ;P Thanks for all your help gals!!

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  • MayinJerset
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    Glad Andrea stepped in with her translation as I didn't think mommadeb really needed an air mask to crochet some potholders.

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  • amartin24
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    This made me laugh! Although we rely so much on Google these days (sometimes too much!), it will never replace humans!

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  • Monique
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    Originally posted by Andrea F View Post
    LOL, I'm just better than google!
    like button.jpg....

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  • K. McEuen
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    Yeah, Andrea's makes WAY more sense. I crochet, but had no clue what Google was telling me to make.

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  • Andrea F
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    Originally posted by bubba View Post
    blah blah blah....Andrea is such a show off!!! ♥
    LOL, I'm just better than google!

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  • bubba
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    blah blah blah....Andrea is such a show off!!! ♥

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  • Andrea F
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    May I supplement the translation? I also found a document with translations of crochet terms here: http://www.grannys-garret.com/termin...term_us-dt.pdf

    pattern translation:

    Using single crochet stitches, crochet in half circles back and forth. Turn each row (r) with a chain stitch (ch). Stitch directly in the first stitch/crochet of the previous round, thereby stitching only in the back part of the stitch/crochet. This is how the rib effect is built.
    For the potholder:
    Begin with 10 chain stitches and with 1 slip stitch to close the ring. Then, crochet 1 turning stitch and crochet 18 single crochet stitches in the ring. Close the round with 1 slip stitch into the first chain stitch of the ring. This is how the hook of the potholder is built.

    Then work in the basic pattern.
    1. Row: 4 single stitches, then crochet 3 single stitches in the very middle stitch of the row, then again 4 single stitches
    2. Row: 5 single stitches, then crochet 3 single stitches in the very middle stitch of the row, then again 5 single stitches
    3. Row: use single stitches, thereby always crocheting 3 single stitches in the very middle stitch of the row.

    Repeat the third row until the desired sizes is reached. Pull the end of the thread through the last stitch and bury the thread.

    Tip: If you like particularly handy, slip-proof potholders use a double thread (125 meters per 50 gram.
    Last edited by Andrea F; November 16, 2016, 01:11 AM.

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  • bubba
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    Originally posted by stationarymom View Post
    Pat how many hidden talents do you have?
    I googled it into a translator

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  • stationarymom
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    Pat how many hidden talents do you have?

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  • bubba
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    With firm stitches (fM) in half-bones
    Crochet crochet. Each row (R) with
    1 Apply air mask (airm). Immediately into the
    First stitch (M) of the preliminary round.
    In each case only in the rear stitch member
    Piercing This creates the rib effect.

    For the pot holder:

    Cast on 10 air and cast on 1 sl st
    Close the ring. 1 turn-air work and
    18 dc in the ring. The Rd with 1 warp
    In the initial air of the ring. So
    The hanger of the pot lobes.
    Then work in basic pattern.
    1. R: 4 fM, into the mean M of R 3 fM
    Working, 4 fM.
    2. R: 5 fM, into the mean M of R 3 fM
    Working, 5 fM.
    3. R: fM work, always in the middle
    M 3 fM.
    The 3. R repeat until the desired size
    Is reached. The end of the thread through the last M
    Pull and sew.

    Tip: Who particularly gripy pot holders
    Who crochet with double thread
    (LL 125 m / 50 g).

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  • mommadeb
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    German Speaking Crocheters

    Any of you speak German AND crochet? I have a pattern that I want to try but it's in German. I would like to have it translated if possible. Thanks!

    Here is the pattern:

    Mit festen Maschen (fM) in halbrunden Hinund
    Rückreihen häkeln. Jede Reihe (R) mit
    1 Luftmasche (Luftm) wenden. Sofort in die
    erste Masche (M) der Vorrunde einstechen.
    Dabei jeweils nur in das hintere Maschenglied
    einstechen. So entsteht der Rippen-Effekt.

    Für den Topflappen:

    10 Luftm anschlagen und mit 1 Kettm zum
    Ring schließen. 1 Wende-Luftm arbeiten und
    18 fM in den Ring häkeln. Die Rd mit 1 Kettm
    in die Anfangsluftm des Ringes schließen. So
    entsteht der Aufhänger des Topflappens.
    Danach im Grundmuster arbeiten.
    1. R: 4 fM, in die mittlere M der R 3 fM
    arbeiten, 4 fM.
    2. R: 5 fM, in die mittlere M der R 3 fM
    arbeiten, 5 fM.
    3. R: fM arbeiten, dabei immer in die mittlere
    M 3 fM arbeiten.
    Die 3. R wiederholen bis die gewünschte Größe
    erreicht ist. Das Fadenende durch die letzte M
    ziehen und vernähen.

    Tipp: Wer besonders griffige Topflappen
    wünscht, der häkelt mit doppeltem Faden
    (LL 125 m/50 g).
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