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  6. How do you block projects made with acrylic/wool or acrylic/cotton blend yarns? Can you wet block them if the percentage of acrylic is low enough, or do you have to steam block them like you would with 100% acrylic?
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  9. Lovely! Thank you for sharing the video.
  10. roxanneea

    roxanneea

    You’re all so wonderfully helpful! Thank you so so much, I will take a look at the video and spend some more time practising 😍
  11. ReniC

    roxanneea

    Maybe this video will help describe getting those ends completed correctly. The advantage is the narrator describes the stitches in both U.S. and U.K. terms. She does use a different style of casting on than I would use. Interesting though.
  12. Roxanneea, I think we posted at the same time - you have been using US terms, so that's how I and I think the rest of the folks who've posted here (who are all in the US, I believe) are interpreting your stitch terms. The important thing is to keep the aggregate sum of SCs + DCs the same for each row, it may not always be the same 'subtotal' for each stitch type.
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  14. That's a good question. Normally for straight DC you'd chain 3 and turn and skip the first DC, as you are thinking/wondering. So it would not be unreasonable to have the chain 2 count as the DC into the SC and skip the ending SC, and SC into the following DC, but I'd think the pattern would tell you?
  15. roxanneea

    roxanneea

    I must also add - I’m in the U.K. - so I may be using terms differently
  16. roxanneea

    roxanneea

    Thanks so if I ended the row on a sc, then chained 2 - I could still start on a dc? I was under the impression chained was in place of a dc but perhaps not in this instance? thanks all
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  19. Bailey4

    roxanneea

    The picture is great. I mentioned the seed stitch because I make a doll blanket like that every year and I did look up the stitch online and they list it as the seed stitch. As for how to tell your dc should be larger than your sc. However, when you finish a row you will be ending on a dc or sc when you do your turning chain you might want to put either the dc or sc in the next row to remind you how this row is supposed to work. My doll blankets are often my "waiting" projects. So I put them in a bag and when I'm waiting for an appointment, etc. I'll work on them. So it can be time
  20. Welcome to the 'ville, BubbieJanet. Is this a blanket in the round, perchance? Buckling (not sure if you mean sort of making a bubble, which is called cupping, or ruffling at the edges - 2 common 'in the round' issues with opposite solutions, and often has to do with stitch height. It it is buckling=ruffling while working a flat rectangle in rows, I agree with Selind - you may have mis-executed the pattern directions, or the directions have a bug.
  21. My first suggestion is always to check the stitch count. Do you have the same number of stitches in your current row as the first?
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  23. If it seems to be getting wider from the very begginning, you may have made the foundation chain too tight, or you may be accidentally adding stitches. What exactly do you mean by buckling?
  24. I am making an easy blanket, all dc. It's buckling and I don't know why and how to fix it. Any help would be great. Thanks, Janet
  25. Here is another pattern, written not youtube, that is DC, CH1, bottom tip worked up to the wide end (just in case you are like me and like youtube to learn a new technique, but not for a whole pattern). With a bottom up pattern, you can pick any size yarn and hook, and work up until it is as wide as you want it to be, but then the yarn amount will change. Normally for a triangle shawl, (I made a couple when they were popular in my high school/college days and can vouch for this), you want to make them a few inches wider than your outstretched arms; it makes them easier to keep on, small
  26. Chipnana, I'm not going to say that it's impossible to make something that looks similar to the OP's link in a Tunisian technique, and I agree that Crochet Kim is the 'Goddess of Tunisian', but I've made a pile of filet doilies over several decades, and if the fabric pictured at the top the Crochet Talk link* is not a DC, CH1 filet item, it can certainly be reproduced by doing that--and would be much easier for someone familiar with basic Crochet stitches to make an identical item. (also not saying to the OP not to learn Tunisian stitches if you haven't already, but you don't need to for this
  27. Welcome to the 'ville, and I concur with all of the above. J Just adding that you are going to find that crochet stitch names are wildly inconsistent, I can think of at least 1 other crochet stitch called the 'seed' stitch - I learned it (edit, the stitch you are making) ages ago as the 'up down stitch', and Bgs found a link for the same stitch called lemon peel stitch (that's a new name to me but that's a good description!).
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