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Here is a beautiful lacy stitch for a baby blanket or a scarf!  The skill level is intermediate. I'd say this stitch is a bit complicated, but I filmed a detailed video tutorial!  p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px 'Times New Roman'; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px 'Times New Roman'; color: #000000
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This is the first ever granny square afghan that I made!  I first made a bunch of crochet roses, which I used for squares!  Then I connected all the squares together using the slip stitch method. I made a simple border of single crochets in two colors - green and pink.  The written pattern is available on my website  olgapoltava.com And I also made video tutorials. 
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Hello Friends,  It's my birthday! OMG, I'm turning 38!  Isn't that great? I'm running a big sale in my Etsy patterns shop! Everything is 50% OFF just for one day! If you enjoy my crochet tutorials and free patterns, and would like to show your support, please visit my Etsy shop and consider buying a pattern from me!  Thank you and Happy Crocheting!
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Here is a video tutorial for a quick and easy way to make a beautiful crochet rose! You can make it with different yarns to achieve different sizes and textures.  If you make it with cotton yarn, this could be a lovely face scrubby.  Happy Crocheting! 
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I have a new scarf pattern to share! In this pattern, I used puff stitches and crossed double crochets!  The pattern can be easily adjusted to other projects too, such as a baby blanket. I included the multiple for the stitch in the pattern.  The free written pattern is available on my website: olgapoltava.com And I also made a video tutorial:  Happy
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I made myself a set of new coaters! I like how my coasters have irregular shape, which gives them a modern look! I used crochet cotton thread size 10 and a steel hook size 1.25 mm.  Usually when I work with size 10 thread, I used 1.5 or 1.75 mm hook, but for this project I wanted my stitches to be especially tight and neat, so I went with a smaller size hook.  The technique for
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Hello Crocheting Friends, Today I present you yet another lacy scarf made with chains, puff stitches, and single crochets.  The pattern is quite easy, and there are only two repeating rows.  This stitch is very light and airy and I think it will work nicely for a baby blanket too! White Lace Spring Scarf Olga Poltava © April, 2019 Skill Level: Advanced
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I am really enjoying making scarves in beautiful lace designs and delicate spring colors right now.  For my next scarf I chose soft lilac color. I used one skein of Snuggly Wuggly by Loops & Threads yarn and a hook size G (4.25 mm). For the stitch pattern I used a combination of chains, double crochets, and puff stitches.  The scarf can be easily made into an infinity scarf.
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Spring has already arrived to Northern California! We've been getting a lot of rain lately, and everything around is beautifully green and blooming! For my most recent crochet project I chose delicate mint green, a color that is perfect for spring! For the stitch, I chose a combination of clusters and open spaces, a beautiful lacy design that is perfect for spring as well!
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Lacy Crochet by Olga Poltava - 2M ago

This small doily was literally my very first attempt at writing doily patterns years ago. I've come a long way since then.  But we all start somewhere when just learning or trying ourselves at something new.  This is a very simple pattern and maybe it will be someone's very first attempt at thread or doily crochet.  This doily measures about 5 inches across. I used Aunt Lydia's
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