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HALF DOUBLE CROCHET DECREASE
a/k/a HALF DOUBLE CROCHET 2 TOGETHER (HDC2TOG)
Work a hdc in the next stitch without completing the very last step (keep all three loops on hook) , then hdc in the next stitch without completing the last step. You should have 5 loops on the hook then yarn over and draw through all the loops. Decrease made.
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Ok so this is my pattern instructions. Multiples of 10+1 plus 3 for the foundation chain. So am I counting like 30+1+3 =34 or 10 to 21 to 32 plus 3 = 35?
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I rarely see multiples written that way... I believe the designer wants you to chain a multiple of 10 and then add 4 altogether after that.
Meaning... make the chain any number evenly divisible by 10 and then add 4 more chains complete the foundation chain.
Is this pattern online?
I may be able to tell better if I could see the entire pattern.
My question is: I want to use several colors (bobbins) and do not understand how that will work in crochet and have not been able to find any instructions anywhere on line or from any professional at a store? I am 78 years old and have done much with knitting such as argyles and other items involving bobbins, but would like to expand my crochet ability and utilize bobbins with this skill as well. I have several items in mind, but have a mental block as to how to deal with the bobbins, can you please HELP ME??? Thanks, Minnie
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Yarn bobbins work pretty much the same in knit and crochet.
It takes practice to keep them from becoming tangled.
When I do a project requiring bobbins I lay it on a table so I can place the bobbins and move them accordingly to keep them from tangling.
There are various types of yarn bobbins. I saw some that clip onto the project like a clothespin (those would be handy).
If you don’t have bobbins you can make yarn butterflies:
I will make a note to cover this topic better on my site.... great question... thanks for asking.
I am a beginner crochet-er, but yet an avid crochet-er, I do tons of little easy projects. I have a nephew due here shortly and I have been struggling with trying to figure out abc Afghan square. I am only struggling with one part, and it may be a simple answer but I just can't figure it out. When I switch from the white single crochet stitches to the blue single crochet stitches, do I have to fasten off from the white, or do I just leave the white attached and continue to work with it and simply pick up the color as I need it? Any help would be greatly appreciated, I am trying to make a bunch of Afghan squares so that way I can stitch them all together in the end into an Afghan just for him, a unique one. I've gotten plenty of squares done but I'm just having a hard time with this one square. Thank you for your 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.
How to Crochet: Writing on Single Crochet Fabric with Slip Stitches
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Thanks for sharing! could this work on double crochet or does it need to be single crochet?
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You're very welcome.
I believe you could use this technique on any solid crochet fabric but I feel the single crochet fabric works best.
How to Crochet - Join with a Single Crochet Stitch
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Thank you =")
Hello, I follow a crochet group on face book and your pattern has been the subject
Of several threads…. Everyone keeps asking if you cut the towel? If I read the pattern
Correctly the answer is…”no” is there a picture of the towel topper under the topper? Are we just making a hanger for our towels?
Thank you very much for the pattern
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This pattern is totally separate from the towel.
Once made you insert the entire towel through the loop on the underside of the topper.
help me print this pattern,
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I use Chrome for my default browser and i'm not sure why but the pattern isn't showing when trying to print it.
Firefox seems to work fine if you would like to try it.
If not let me know.
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RE: Mosaic Afghan
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I've used that general pattern, but I made it with gold, red, green, and white to look like a poinsettia.
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