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  1. Comment author madme,

    Cindy, I think it’s awesome that you are working out a way to crochet with your right side. I do believe there has to be a way! It would be a matter of figuring out how to hold the yarn and tension while you let your right hand and wrist form the stitches. My own great grandmother had a stroke that caused her to become paralyzed on one side as well, she was also an artsy type of lady and continued to paint! She was even in the “band” at her convalescent home, she played the triangle until she died at 99 years old. She, like many of them women in my family, was quite inspirational.

    Though I do not have a direct answer for you about how to crochet one handed, I will post this question to my Facebook community and see if any of them have some input, ideas or resources for you and anyone else who might be interested. (Here is the direct link to the Facebook post concerning your question:

    Thank you for commenting, let’s see what we discover…


    I use to crochet and knit till I turned 34. Then my life turned upside down I had a stroke which left my left side paralyzed, at least my dominant right side is still good. I want to crochet again but I cant with just 1 hand, can anyone help me explain so I can crochet again I saw a lot of beautiful patterns on this site I’d love to tackle.

  3. Dale O'Sullivan,

    Thank you for allowing me to join, I look forward seeing all the crafts you have designed and made… I really like your Simply Mad Throw… Dale

  4. Cheryl Oliver,

    Just want you to know that I LOVE your hook that I got!! Beautiful designs and colors!!

  5. Comment author madme,

    Thank you Pam, I think you have to do a confirmation step. You should get an email to confirm.

  6. Pam Ragan,

    I thought I had subscribed, but obviously I did not do something right. Maybe this time.

  7. Elaine Sumner Rumsey,

    I was sure I was subscribed at my other email address, but when I went there I found no emails from you. So I am subscribing at this other address.

  8. Charlotte Kunkel,

    i love her patterns especially the children’s patterns as I’m always looking for fun items to make my 2 yr old & 4 yr old grand kids. Thanks for the opportunity to win a pattern. I’m a beginner crochet & love coming across fab blogs that help me when I get stuck! Merry Christmas to you & your family.

  9. maleeha,

    i love all the patterns but the top ones are
    Cafe Au Lait Summer Shell Poncho- Adult
    Calliope Any Day Any Way Shawl
    Romance in the Heartland

  10. Erica LaChappelle,

    I subscribed. It’s hard to pick one pattern as my favorite. But, I do love petals to picots snowflake patterns and the ladies slippers.

  11. Rita,

    Thank you for the chance to win. I love your patterns but the hat patterns are special. I would use the pattern for my chemo hats that I donate to cancer patients. All your patterns are beautiful! Thank you!

  12. Amy Cofer,

    All The patterns are so cute. I love the dolls the most. Thanks for the chance to win.

  13. Eidilia Thomas,

    I’d really like the try the Petals to Picot lady slippers pattern. I’ve tried so many, free and purchased, and not been happy with any of them. Thanks for the giveaway. It’s so nice to see bloggers supporting each other!

  14. Jennifer Wallace,

    I would definitely like to keep being notified of your giveaways. Love to you!
    Jenny Wallace
    Ella Bella Bows

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