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SINGLE CROCHET 3 TOGETHER (SC3TOG)
Insert hook in next st, draw up a lp, (two lps on hook),
insert hook in next st, draw up a lp (3 lps on hook),
insert hook in next st, draw up a lp (4 lps on hook)
YO and draw through all 4 lps.
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Using multiple strands of yarn with a larger hook yields a thicker crocheted fabric which is great for totes, rugs and any other item that needs more structure.
The patterns in this issue call for four strands of yarn to be held together throughout.
The easiest way to work with four strands is to work from the center strand of four separate skeins of yarn.
If you only have two skeins of yarn available you can pull the center strand and the outer strand from each skein.
This method needs to be constantly monitored as the yarn can tangle easily when the skeins move around as you crochet.
Adjust the skeins as you crochet and pay attention with each stitch to be sure you have all of the loops on the hook.
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Thank you so much for what you do. As a person on disability I can only crochet because of people like you. I have been trying to print this baby pattern so I can make it for my therapist at a Christin couseling centering. I have hit the button at the bottom but for some reason will not allow me to print.
I have to go out the doctor for a few minutes but will be back shortly. Could you please assist me?
Thank you again for all you do.
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You’re very welcome Kathy.
I’m not sure what the issue is with printing the patterns lately.
I have had several people bring this to my attention and the best advice I can offer at this time is to:
1. Try a different browser
2. Copy and paste the pattern text into a word document.
How to Crochet - Linked Treble Crochet Stitch
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Thank you for the puff stitch hat and booties patterns. I made the hat, no problem.
I can't understand the booties though...Is row 8 correct?? Should there not be slip stitching on both sides, and if so, how many puff stitches will there be for the ankle part of the booties?
Would appreciate your response
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This was one of my first patterns... so it's been some time since I made it but if memory serves me correctly you slip stitch to allow for the stitches on the toe. No need to make slip stitches at the end of that row because you turn and keep working on the upper part of the bootie. Looking at my photo I believe there were 6 puffs on the upper part of the bootie. Please let me know how the pattern works for you.
Please can you explain the abbreviations in more detail
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The stitch abbreviations for this pattern are:
ch is a chain stitch
sl st is a slip stitch
sc is a single crochet
dc is a double crochet
tr is a treble crochet
4-ch picot is a special stitch that is made by making 4 chains and then working a slip stitch in the 4th chain from the hook.
You can find instructions (some with videos) for crochet stitches on our Crochet Basics page:
Hope this helps.
2 times... slip stitch to the chain stitch at the beginning round... What does this mean...
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“2 times” should be referring to the instruction prior to it.
“slip stitch to the chain stitch at the beginning round”
means you work a slip stitch in the very first chain of that round.
When working in rounds you can join the rounds using slip stitches.
This video might help:
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Re: Feedback 033015 (Re: Dog_Sweater_Pattern)
Do you have a copy of the magazine from March 2016?
I wanted to show a friend of mine Marvin in his sweater.
He loved that sweater so much.
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I’m so glad Marvin enjoyed his sweater!
Marvin was featured in the March 30, 2015 issue:
He is also featured in The Dog House:
Could you help me please on the row 6 of the cross stitch towel topper? I don't understand about the decreasing. When I'm doing the decreases, should I be working the cross stitch pattern, or just two simple double crochets and end up with one stitch?
On row 7, if I decrease like it says, my single double crochets done like up. Are they getting a new pattern? Or should they always line up. Sorry but I'm an experienced crocheter, but this has me really baffled. Thanks for any help :)
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For Row 6 you will be working regular double crochet decreases... each decrease will be worked in the two stitches that form a cross stitch. You should have one decrease on top of every cross stitch.
For Row 7 the stitches aren't aligned.
I cannot figure out how to attach the top to the sides to gen an even project.
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Three methods come to mind that may help you align the pieces to join the panels evenly.
1. Pin the pieces before you join them.
2. Use the same yarn and a yarn needle to sew the pieces together where the rows intersect and then crochet over that so it looks like the cover in the photo.
3. Add an extra step and crochet an even edge around each panel and then join them.
When you change colors do you have to cut the yarn and fasten it off each time?
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In my Row Count patterns, I never cut a color until I finish with it.
I carry the unused color along the top of the stitches to the point where I will need it again for
the next row, then drop it so I can pick it up on the way back.
Our video for the Row Count Purple Heart Coaster pattern shows how I
do color changes:
Color changes are the same in all of my row count patterns.
Great idea not needing button. Do you have a similar pattern for knitting as I don't crochet.
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I'm sorry but I do not have a knit version of this pattern.
I did find a pattern that might work for you though:
This pattern seems easily adjustable.
Just make the loop on the handle long enough so you can loop the towel back through it.
Re: Error in Hanging Dish Towel
hi if you measured the whole towel what would it be thank
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The Hanging Dish Towel was one of my first patterns and to be honest I’m not positive on the exact size. I recall making it similar to the size of a regular dish towel with a topper. Pretty sure the actual towel minus the handle would be somewhere around 12-15 inches long. You can adjust the length by how many times you repeat Row 22.
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