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About Nay65

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  • Birthday 07/09/1965

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  1. I'm not certain, but I think the striping pattern changed from wider stripes to thinner stripes with larger blocks of color at some point. Either for the 3rd or 4th movie. I made mine with even rows of each color and everybody knew what it was supposed to be.
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    Thanx, Chrome Kitty. The numbers will me keep track better.
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    Thanx, Paulette. That's what I was thinking myself, but wanted to double check.
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    pattern question

    I'm working on the magic stripes midi skirt from the 2005 BHG Simply Creative Crochet magazine and I'm not sure about the increasing. Here are the instructions: Inc Row: Ch2 counts as hdc; 2 hdc in next hdc, hdc in ea hdc across, end with 2 hdc in next hdc, hdc in last hdc Work 4 rows even Rep inc row now, then every 4th row 5 times I understand the first part, it's the part in italics I'm not sure about. Does this mean I work even for 3 rows, then increase on the 4th or do I work even for 4 rows then increase on the 5th? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
  5. Cotton yarn like Sugar N Cream is probably best, but I've also used acrylic without problems.
  6. I've always measured the diameter of the rounds.
  7. I got squares!! :yay Now, I just need to finish all my Christmas projects so I can work on my C'ville friends lapghan. I've looked through them but haven't laid them out to take a picture, yet. Hopefully, I'll have the time in the next couple of days. Thanx, everyone!! They all look great!
  8. That's usually what I do, too, and yes, the tail is on the left for a rightie. I'll only mark the right side with a stitch marker if row 1 doesn't start the right side.
  9. Usually, you would use a spiral for anything where you don't want a seam, like for a hat or stuffed animals. When you ss at the end of a round to join, you sometimes end up with a noticeable seam.
  10. Deneen, here's a link to Barnes and Noble They have a couple copies you can get. The copy I have is the fourth one listed. I think to get all the stitches I have in my book, you'd have to get both Vol 6 & Vol 7.
  11. Rebecca, here are directions for the herringbone hdc I found in my Harmony Guide: yo, insert hook, yo, draw through st and first loop on hook, yo, draw through both loops on hook. As near as I can tell, my stitches look the same as in the clutch. I'm wondering if you're adding an extra yo after you draw the loop through the stitch. When I first tried it, I found myself doing that because it's more natural to work the stitch that way.
  12. I finished my last square this morning. I think a few of them need blocking, so I'll do that this weekend and hopefully get them mailed out next week.
  13. Some more finished squares. The squares in the first 3 photos are being sent out for the swap. The squares in the last photo I'm keeping for my ghan. All clickable thumbnails.
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    It means you've ripped out some or all of the stitches in your project.
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