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    Current full-time student...and part-time crocheter! My Mom and Grandma helped me start crocheting and ever since then I've been "hooked"!

    I have a shop on Etsy on which I update frequently : )
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    Crocheting, of course ;)
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    Scarves, jewelry, pretty much everything!
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  1. I am currently making a beanie and am on the 8th row. I have started to notice that the slip stitch is very obvious and looks bad. Is there any other way to join rows without it being noticeable? I attached a picture that shows it.
  2. I have been trying this pattern for the past few days http://southerndaisy.com/2013/10/02/chevron-baby-blanket-free-pattern/ I have contacted the author, but no response yet. So I thought I'd try here. I started with a chain of 182 and re-counted each chain to make sure I had the right number. I started row 1 by chaining 2 and proceeded by following the pattern. I made sure there were no missed stitches! Here is my problem: you are supposed to end with 3 DC in the last stitch of Row 1. But, and I don't know why but I am ready to pull out my hair, each time I end up with the second DC o
  3. I've had this idea for a while, but finally got to making one today! I tried hot glue/super glue to attach the bow to the ring, but it didn't work So I ended up just tying it on myself.
  4. Love this! Great idea for a recycled project.
  5. Hi! I just finished making a table runner yesterday. Actually, it was originally made to be a scarf but I made it too wide! I'm selling it, if anyone is interested (also taking custom orders), in my etsy store! Here it is: https://www.etsy.com/listing/182363141/crochet-table-runner?
  6. Hello All! I am new to the crochet world and I am currently working on a boot cuffs project. Here are the steps: 1. CH 8 2. SC in 2nd CH from hook until end, then CH 2 3. DC in every SC until end, then CH 1 4. SC in every DC until end 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until desired length is reached. I have started these steps, but I am not sure if what I am doing is right. The left and right sides of my work look different. I have attached a picture that shows this. Thank you!
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