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Reverse Single Crochet (a/k/a CRAB STITCH)
A reverse single crochet is worked from left to right; whereas a regular single crochet stitch is worked from right to left. Insert your hook into the stitch or space indicated, then yarn over and pull up a loop. (You should have two loops on your hook.) Yarn over and draw through both of the loops on your hook. This stitch takes a bit of practice but the outcome is well worth the effort.
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Be sure to leave yarn tails at least 3-4" long so you can weave them back into the work to ensure the project does not unravel. Thread the yarn tail onto a tapestry needle and sew through a few stitches in one direction and then a few in the opposite direction for better stability.
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RE: How to Crochet - Linked Treble Crochet Stitch
I just watched your video " Linked Treble Crochet". I could not see it to good, because you had white yarn and a white background. Could you change yarn and do this video again? Thanks
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Thank you for watching. I will add this to my list of future video ideas.
RE: How to Crochet: Crocheted Dish Towel Topper - Base Row
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It's loud with headphones
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Thank you... it seems everyone else has problems with the volume.
How to Crochet: Kaleidoscope Afghan Square (Rnd 7)
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cheri b here's a simple way to join them place two squares together single crochet into both loops of each square across slipstitch to fasten off hope that helps.
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Thank you for sharing!
On Emma's booties, how many skeens or ounces do I need?
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You can make several pair of Emma’s Baby Booties from one skein of yarn.
I apologize that I failed to document the actual number of ounces required.
How can you leave a loop on a hook when the yarn is drawn through it?
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Leaving a loop on the hook is usually done when you are instructed not to complete the very last step of a stitch. Are you working on a specific pattern? I would be happy to help you understand what the designer wants you to do.
Im having trouble with this simple pattern. I am no way an expert. The instructions just arent very clear. Can you explain them like your talking to a beginner. Ill send picture in next e mail thank
Picture is attached. The way im doing it its turning into a circle
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To begin this pattern, make 19 chains.
For Row 1
Double crochet in the fifth chain from the hook
(the first 4 skipped chains are the turning chain space).
double crochet in the next chain
Work a double crochet, chain 3, and another double crochet
all in the next chain
skip the next chain
double crochet in each of the next 2 chains
repeat from the asterisk across to the last chain
double crochet in the last chain.
chain 4 (for turning chain space), turn.
Work 3 double crochets, chain 3, and another double crochet all in the next chain 3 space
(into the hole beneath the 3 chains)
now repeat from the asterisk across to the turning chain space.
Work 3 double crochet stitches in the turning chain space.
Repeat Row 2 until almost all of the yarn is used and/or the scarf measures 76".
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Note: The pattern for the Crochet Lacy Scarf can be found on the LionBrand website.
(you may need to have an account for access)
When you finish is it basically a flat piece and when put together is there a slit between toe part and area where you put ribbon through?
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The heel and toe of this bootie are not joined until the Finishing section.
The ribbon is weaved through the holes on R5 of the Heel and the ch4 loops
on each side of the toe then drawn up and tied in a bow.
This joins them.
RE: How to read a crochet pattern
I found your information in How to read a crochet pattern very helpful.
However, I have a pattern which states, "dc around first post of dc in previous rnd". I am not sure what this means.
Could it be dc in the front of the stitch? I would be grateful for your explanation.
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I believe the designer wants you to make a front post double crochet around the
first double crochet of the previous round.
Think of each double crochet stitch resembling a fence post... the stitch is worked
like you normally work it... only the placement is different.
For the "front post"
Insert hook from the front side from right to left around post of the stitch
to complete your stitch.
For the "back post"
Insert hook from the back side from right to left around post of the stitch
to complete your stitch.
Hope this helps.
RE: Question about a pattern
I've been crocheting for a few months now, but I only recently started reading patterns. I'm crocheting a sweater and I'm a bit confused with some of the instructions and Google isn't really helping. And I don't know anyone else who crochets.
So the pattern is http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Cardigans-and-Wrap-Sweaters/Shaded-Midnight-Cardigan-Red-Heart.
And I've done up till Row 2 of the back, it's row 3 that I'm not too sure about. It says
Row 2: Ch 4, Cl in first st, *skip next st, sc in each of next 2 dc, (sc, ch 4, Cl) in next st; repeat from * across to last 4 sts, skip next st, sc in each of last 3 dc, turn16 (17, 18, 19, 20) Cl.
Row 3: Ch 4, Cl in first st, (sc, ch 4, Cl) in each ch-4 space across, slip st in first ch of same ch-4 space, turn17 (18, 19, 20, 21) Cl.
So at the end of row 2 it looks like a line with triangles, which I hope is what its supposed to look like, but I must be reading row three wrong because it ends up all bunched and weird.
I'm not sure I'm explaining it super well but I'd appreciate any help you could offer.
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For Row 3 you make 4 chains, then work a Cl in the first stitch.
Now you only work into the chain 4 spaces on the row (into the hole beneath the 4 chains).
Single crochet, 4 chains and a Cl all in the next chain 4 space.
Do that all the way across the row... then slip stitch into the first chain of the same chain 4 space at the end.
You should have between 17 and 21 “Cl” sets when you finish the row.
Re: 1dc in next 2sc
This is what is written in the pattern, my question is does this mean 1dc in each single or like a decrease 1dc over the next 2sc?
Thanks for your time.
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That means you work one double crochet into each of the next two single
Hi Lisa can you decipher this seemingly easy instruction?
hdc in ring, ch 2, hdc in ring: 2 ch-2 sps
again in row two hdc in 2nd ch of beginning ch-4: 3 ch-2 spc
hdc in 2nd ch of beginning ch-4: 71 ch-2 sps at end of row 70
In each case, I can’t figure out what I’m supposed to do after the colon (:)
I have done a shawl like this one a long time ago but this business of # ch-2 spc is throwing me
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It seems all of the instructions aren't included in your email.
I can tell you that the information after the colon for each instruction you
listed is only for
reference. That tells you how many chain spaces you should have when that
particular row is finished.
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Lisa… thank you sooo much… So after the colon, it’s telling you what the ‘result’ is of doing those stitches.. how many you have. OH this is helpful!!! I thought it was ‘more’ instruction.
I can get started! the rest of the pattern is really easy
Best to you
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