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RED DOG

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  1. RED DOG

    Pattern Help

    I need to type that again. I have 2 stitches leftover when I am ending row 2. What do I do with those?
  2. RED DOG

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    So I have 2 stitches left at the doctor of row 2 what do I do with those, sincethere is no ch2 there
  3. RED DOG

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    Hello Granny square, You have put so much time and effort into this I really thank you for it. So I still ch my 79 and I will get those 3 stitches at the end, skip2, crochet in the last sc. Row 2 Ch2 skip 2 stitches, (sc, ch1 DC) into the ch1 space previous row across. Sc into the top turning chain from prior row, ch2, so when you start out row 1 there really is not a turning ch, unless that is supposed to be called a turning ch. It says sc into the 3rd ch from the hook, so I should sc into that chain? Sometimes I really get confused. I just need that last chain on row 2. Please let me know if I am looking at this correctly and thank you for your patience. Mary (Red Dog)
  4. RED DOG

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    Thats fine. I chained 79 and got the 3 stitches at the end but it not work for row 2
  5. RED DOG

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    I did the first row, with 3 stitches left over, I skipped 2 and sc in the last. I am at the end of the Row 2 and have 2 stitches left over. Should I skip 1 and crochet in the last sc. Not sure what to do. Thanks
  6. RED DOG

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    Hello Ladies Thank you so much for all your help. I really appreciate it. I am going to use the option of adding one chain. Thanks again
  7. RED DOG

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    So when starting Row 1 after I do my last SC, CH1,DC, I have 2 stitches left but should I have 3 stitches left, 2 I would skip and sc in the 3rd. I was thinking I should have only one left. Yes I am putting the stitches all in the one space and skipping 2.
  8. RED DOG

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    https://www.yarnhookneedles.com/crochet-sweater/
  9. RED DOG

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    It does not work out on Row 2 and yes it is on the internet. Can I send you the link where you can see what the sweater looks like.
  10. RED DOG

    Pattern Help

    This sounds so easy but I must be missing something. This pattern is for a sweater. Row 1, SC in the 3rd ch from the hook, *Work (SC,CH1,DC) into the next stitch. Skipnext 2 sts. Rep from* all the way across ending with a SC in the last stitch. I keep ending up with 2 sc at the end. Could sure use some help with this. Thanks
  11. Hi granny square, so I have finished my first square. The directions say Rnd 1: With color B, ch1, *(sc ch2 sc) in corner, work 25 sc evenly along side; rep from * around end sl st to beg ch1. Fasten off . Do not turn. Rnd2: Join color D in any corner ch-2 sp, ch1, (sc, ch2, sc) in same sp, sc in each st around, working (sc ,ch2,sc) in each corner, end sl st to beg ch1. Fasten off 29 sts each side. Since I was working corner to corner, am I only supposed to work 25 stitches down one whole side to the other corner, or I am going work 25 stitches and make 4 corners. Very confused. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks If that were the case I would be working 25 stitches down 2 sides over 42 rows and I would have 2 corners.
  12. You make the square from the bottom up increasing the width of your rows as you go and then decreasing when you get to the end.
  13. So do you think I should continue using the J hook? It still gives me the right width and maybe if I pull the stitches a little higher I can at least get 3 1/2 inches. I have plenty of yarn I can always go around it a little bit more.
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