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myemerald

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  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    Slippers, caps, wraps

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  1. I didn't even see the cuff section! I wasn't ready to start seaming, so didn't even look in that section 🤦‍♀️ Thank you!
  2. I'm working on the Brunch Cardigan. The pattern works the sleeves straight to the wrists, but they are very wide, her pictures show that she made them fitted at the wrists. I'm looking for suggestions on how to do that please. You can see her pictures on the link provided. Thank you!
  3. Granny Square, This was so easy to do!! Thank you again for your help 💜
  4. Granny Square, THANK YOU!!!! Now THIS makes sense!😍🤗
  5. Hello, I'm working on Yarnspiration's Caron Adult's Crochet V-Neck Cardigan. This is all it says for attaching the sleeves: "Sew in sleeves, placing rows above markers along unworked sts of Front and Back to form square armholes. Sew side and sleeve seams." I can't figure out what that means - "placing rows above markers along unworked sts". Also, the top edge of the sleeves aren't as large as the armhole area, so I guess I have to stretch to make it fit. I'm not quite sure how to work around the corners. 🤔 I'm so happy with how this is turning out, and I could sur
  6. Thank you!!! This is a great explanation, I really appreciate it! I'm not going to block it after all now :-)
  7. I'm working on the Bernat Wavy Ripple Blanket, using Bernat Baby Coordinates (acrylic). http://com.yarnspirations.pattern-pdfs.s3.amazonaws.com/Bernat_BabyCoordinatesweb4_cr_blanket.en_US.pdf It looks ok, but the edges are definitely not straight, and the wavy ripples don't really lay flat. When finished, I think I should block the blanket. I have a general idea of how to do this, but could use some direction. Is blocking even something that can be done on this type of yarn? Thank you very much!!
  8. Hello! I found a pattern for some adorable baby sandals/booties, but the pattern doesn't give instructions for the soles, just a diagram. Can anyone tell me if I have interpreted it correctly? Round 1: ch 13, hdc in 3rd chain from hook, 9hdc, 6hdc in next chain, 9hdc, 5hdc in chain with 1st hdc, sl st (not sure exactly where to sl st). 30 stitches. Round 2: ch 1 (should it be ch 2 because of hdc?), 10 hdc, 2hdc (5 times), 10 hdc, 2hdc (5 times), sl st (again, not sure where). 40 stitches. Round 3: ch 1 (again, should it be ch 2?), 10 hdc, *2hdc, hdc* (*5 times), 10hdc,
  9. Yes, that is the same pattern! You are absolutely correct with your interpretation, thank you so much. I just couldn't seem to get past the Row 16 duplicating...LOL Thank you
  10. The pattern is called "Slipper Boots" Design by Elsie Caddey, and the free pattern download can be found here: https://www.anniescatalog.com/knitandcrochetnow/patterns/detail.html?pattern_id=29&series=2 My question is on the second page and involves Rows 16-29. For Med & Large there are instructions for Rows 16-26. For All Sizes there are instructions for Rows 16-29. The row numbers are duplicated in the pattern, and I am very confused. haha! Thank you for any help you can offer.
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