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schcrochet

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About schcrochet

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 11/16/1950

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Sandy
  • Short bio
    Happily Married 30+ years, Mother of one practially perfect daughter
  • Location
    The Buckeye State
  • Hobbies
    Crocheting, Knitting, Genealogy, Gardening, history, travel, and BLOGGING
  • Occupation
    Market Research
  • Favorite hook type
    Steel
  • Favorite projects
    ghans or scarfs I think
  • Crocheting since...
    since....the dark ages
  1. I think it's better NOT to work ends in when donating to someone else for join. First, if the joiner work the yarn in when either edging or joining to another square; it's really not extra work. The only time I think it works best to work into the actual square before joining is if it's a lacy super open stitch. When you get squares with no tails you as the assembler really don't have a way of knowing how long the tail was, if it was cut. There have been times when I received what appears to be a neat square/rectangle with ends tucked in to find as you're working with it, they've cut it
  2. I've always read and use a ruler or yard stick not tape measurer. Because they are firm and you get a more accurate measurement. I've read the suggestion of square, but find a ruler in my carry along bag is handier.
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