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  1. I think you just made me understand it so much better. I am going to sit down and give it a go. I agree, the colors are very soothing. I think this will be a great first big project. I will have to post a picture when done!
  2. I asked this in my introduction submission and was told this is a good place to ask. Hi, I was taught ONE stitch 20+ years ago and decided with the internet, I can learn more and get back into it. I have already taught myself so much, but teaching myself to read patterns is not very easy. I can read diagrams pretty well though. I want to make some really nice blankets for Christmas presents. I have found a pattern I really like, and it probably really super simple, but I just can't figure it out. I have tried diagramming it out on graph paper and I can't get things to line up correctly. I think I am just a very visual person and I need to see that diagram. I reached out to the person whose website I found the pattern on and asked if it was available in a diagram, but the reply was that the pattern is free on her website. So... I am now searching for a seasoned crocheter to help me diagram this simple pattern for me. I am a total beginner and I think this is a REALLY simple pattern that only consists of SC, CH, some skips and bobbles. It's the counting part I need help with. This is the link to the pattern. https://daisyfarmcrafts.com/crochet-mesh-and-bobble-blanket/ I really just need help with row 1, 2 and 7. Once I get those, the rest is just a repeat those rows where needed.
  3. Here is the link to the pattern. https://daisyfarmcrafts.com/crochet-mesh-and-bobble-blanket/ I just need help with rows 1, 2 and 7. The rest are just repeats of those.
  4. Hi, I was taught ONE stitch 20+ years ago and decided with the internet, I can learn more and get back into it. I have already taught myself so much, but teaching myself to read patterns is not very easy. I can read diagrams pretty well though. I want to make some really nice blankets for Christmas presents. I have found a pattern I really like, and it probably really super simple, but I just can't figure it out. I have tried diagramming it out on graph paper and I can't get things to line up correctly. I think I am just a very visual person and I need to see that diagram. I reached out to the person whose website I found the pattern on and asked if it was available in a diagram, but the reply was that the pattern is free on her website. So... I am now searching for a seasoned crocheter to help me diagram this simple pattern for me. I am a total beginner and I think this is a REALLY simple pattern that only consists of SC, CH, some skips and bobbles. It's the counting part I need help with.
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