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BeautifulNightmare

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About BeautifulNightmare

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  • Birthday 10/31/1985

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    Amber
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    I'm 33 and I live in western Canada
  • Location
    Surrey, BC canada
  • Hobbies
    Crochet, knitting, sewing, dancing, reading, writing
  • Favorite hook type
    Aluminum
  • Favorite projects
    dolls, teddies, clothing
  • Crocheting since...
    13 years

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  1. Thanks! No, just a cheeky smile lol
  2. Just wanted to share my snowman and reindeer stuffies. Both are my own pattern 😊. They turned out so much cuter than I expected.
  3. When I make an adult hat, I start with 10 dc. Second round is 2dc around. Then I continue increasing “2dc in next, dc in next”, “2dc in next, dc in next 2” then dc in next 3, next 4 etc until it fits the top of my head lol. I just sit it on and go from there. Then just straight dc around the remaining rows. Yours looks good so far. Maybe just try what you have on yourself and see how it’s working.
  4. I’m assuming it means you are joining to a ch up so at the beginning of a round say it says “ch 2, dc in each st around” at the end of the round you use a slip stitch to close the round you just made. So you slip stitch into the ch 2 you made st the beginning of the round.
  5. I just made a scarf using this pattern! The link above is correct. If you need any help feel free to msg me
  6. That is beautiful! The detail is amazing
  7. Basically sc in the next dc and then in each dc across. So sc across the row
  8. It sounds like sc2together to me as well. As above asked, is there a stitch count noted per row? That really helps when you get confused. It’s a little hard for me to know without seeing the pattern or what you’re working on
  9. Are there no more swaps?
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