what does FO mean in crochet?

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Answered: Crochet

It means to use something like a separate piece of yarn, a safety pin etc....to let you know where you began the previous row and where your current row should end .

Answered: What does PSA mean

PSA (medical term) is a test for Prostate-Specific Antigen. A high number indicates probable prostate cancer. PSA (Airline) was Pacific Southwest Airlines, now part of US Airways. There's also another regional carrier named PSA, also part of US Airways.

Answered: What is the meaning of the word 'adwalina' I think its a spanish word or

Could you have misheard the word and perhaps mean abuelita? It means little grandmother.

Answered: Minnie mouse crochet hat

Try these links, free patterns: http://www.repeatcrafterme.com/2012/06/mickey-and-minnie-mouse-crochet-hat.html (or this one) http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mickey--minnie-mouse-inspired-hat-pattern

Answered: I am left handed and need help to learn to crochet any help will be

You know, I would never have thought that would be a problem. As Eldon says, though, there are bound to be instruction books. And I bet if you ask the people where you get your supplies, they might be able to point you in the right direction.

Answered: What does text symbol W mean?

In proofreading, WW means wrong word. Wdy means wordy. In texting, W can mean with. W8 is wait.
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What does this asa mean for example... John Smith asa Michael Jones

I think you mean aka or a.k.a. which means "also known as".

I'm making an afghan. Double crochet on each row ...

Hi, Once you're done with that afghan you can make many more with this great free eBook http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Granny-Square-Afghans/How-to-Crochet-Granny-Squares-9-Free-Crochet-Afghan-Patterns-eBook Enjoy!

What does tanner mean

In British usage, a tanner was a sixpence, and a bob was a shilling.

Cinerbus

I think you mean cineribus, which translates to "the ashes".