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Detective Pikachu

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About Detective Pikachu

  • Birthday 05/03/1987

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Brittany
  • Short bio
    I love to crochet and I'm a major Pokemon and Transformers geek. I'll be doing a lot of projects involving those.
  • Location
    Myrtle Beach
  • Hobbies
    Crochet, cross-stitch, knitting, tatting, video games, reading, writing poetry
  • Occupation
    Pharmacy Tech
  • Favorite hook type
    Aluminum
  • Favorite hooks
    Addi
  • Favorite projects
    Amigurumi
  • Crocheting since...
    High school
  1. So, I'm working on an amigurumi of my favorite pokemon and I found a really good pattern. I am, however having a bit of trouble and reached out to people on Facebook and the designer, but no one has wanted to help. This is the link to the pattern: http://www.1upcrochet.com/2018/08/vaporeon-amigurumi-pattern.html?m=1 I finished the main part of the body, so rounds 1 thru 25. Rounds 26 and 27 are to increase the height in the back: Round 26) SC 7, sl st, turn Round 27) SC 6, sl st So I stitch 7 single crochet, and make a slip stitch, but am I slip stitching in the 8th sc of the round or is that supposed to be like a turning chain? I tried it both ways, and it doesn't sit well when it doesn't have the ch1 before the turn. Then, I don't finish off before I add the white yarn for the collar, so what is the easiest way to add the white yarn? Every color change I've done was always at the end of a row, never a round. Finally, I was glancing ahead at the collar and it's pretty straightforward until ... SC, CH 3, *SC 1, HDC*into chain, SC into 3rd st from chain, SC, SL ST Repeat around. Finish off. So I understand this as sc1, ch3, and sc hdc in 3rd ch space? Then sc and sl st
  2. Hello everyone! My name is Brittany and I joined this forum a long time ago. I don't remember my log in info or anything so I just made a new account. I've been crocheting off and on for 18 years. I also knit, tat and cross-stitch. I mostly do amigurumi, though. :) nice to be back with all of you!
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