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Foxrocs

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    Animals
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  1. Foxrocs

    Back for more help

    Thanks for the support I know to the experienced eye it’s filled with flaws but each project is building my confidence & all the help is much appreciated
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    Wow the detail you go into explain is amazing thank you so much cardigan finished pleased with how it looks & lots learned for next time on to sunflower granny squares next 😁
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    Just spotted it has a video tutorial 🤣🤣🤣 i really need to read all the way through before asking questions oops is there way to calculate what yarn I’ll need considering a sunflower granny square blanket for a king size bed. I know a very ambitious for a fourth project 🤣 but I’ll give it a go
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    Thank you you are so helpful so going my the pics below the bottom pic am I working to that stitch then chaining to the stitch on the top pic then stitching the back an doing the same on the other side ?
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    https://daisyfarmcrafts.com/pink-single-crochet-baby-sweater/ its a baby cardigan I’m just trying to up skill a bit. It currently looks like a rectangle I’m guessing it folds over but it’s still not making sense to me. 💆🏼💆🏼💆🏼
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    Can anyone help with this so do I put a stitch into the three first corner stitches then link To the next corner or just the middle stitch of the corner?
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    Baby blanket help

    Thank you I stuck with the original waffle stitch & a single color but reduced the size because after a few rows it became clear it was far too big. I’m really enjoying this project & for only my second project it’s instilling confidence to try more. It’s a great pattern for a beginner. I’m already considering how my next one could be improved. I think crocheting is gonna stick as a hobby 😀
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    Baby blanket help

    Thank you both I can’t view the links provided but thank you for taking the time to help. I picked up theses yarns I have 2 of each 400g each. I like the combination of colors. I’m new to crochet. I tried the waffle stitch & could do it. I’m open to other styles so any suggestions welcome
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    Baby blanket help

    https://amandaluisadesigns.com/2018/03/19/pattern-waffle-stitch-baby-blanket/ im thinking of doing this for my next project my question is would mixing colors work and if so on what row for colour change work ie every second row or 4th etc
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    Newbie help

    I went a bit rouge on the patterns But had fun learning used a number of different stitches. It doesn’t look the best but it’s my first attempt so I’m pleased I actually finish it! thanks for all the help on to my next project 😀
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    Newbie help

    Thanks guys I got so caught up in it I forgot there was a link to a video tutorial 🙄🙄🙄 no hope for me 🤣
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    Newbie help

    Can someone explain line 3 of the trunk pattern to me please is that an entire circle of stitching into one side of the stitch?
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    Newbie help

    Thank you so much I’m back on track the chunky yarn turns out I’d near have a life size elephant haha so I’ve reverted to the original thinner yarn I’ll get there & enjoying the learning process :-) no doubt I will have many more questions
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    Newbie help

    Wow thank you so much I wasn’t expecting this level of help to be honest I’m completely overwhelmed trying to figure it out. I think your right I need to scrap it and start again. I was failing miserably and making up my own stitches haha I was going under one side of the stitch. im not one for giving up so I’ve gotten different wool n found a you tube tutorial I’m going to try follow:-)
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    Newbie help

    This is my first attempt to crochet & I’m struggling understanding the pattern. I would appreciate it anyone could help & explain. 1. 8x - I made a chain of 8 2. 8v - I did a line of single stitch but 2 per V ? Is this right 3.(x.v)8 - need to increase to 24 - how should I spread it out 4(2x.v)8 - completely lost now any tips greatly appreciated
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