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  1. I'm so confused... please someone help!!! It's times like these that I miss my grandma so much.. but, enough of that before I cry... Problem: Row 2: ch 1, sc in first st, *ch 3, dc dec (see Stitch Guide) in next 2 ch-3 sps, ch 3**, sc in center dc of next dc group, rep from* across, ending last rep at **, 2 dc in last st, turn. The first row had me dc multiple times in one stitch, and I am pretty sure I have that figured out... it resembles the picture, lol, but I'm stumped on row 2, I think it means: chain 1, then single chain into first stitch, then chain 3, and stitch guide gives 2 definitions for dc dec, one is two phrases, double crochet, and decrease, the other acts like dc dec is one phrase, double crochet 2 or more stitches together, as the pattern states???? Then 3 spaces???? Then chain 3, then single chain into the center of the double crochet group from row 1, repeat until the end and do 2 double crochet in the last stitch, turn.... I'm horribly confused by dc dec, and the spaces... please help
  2. Hello, I am a newbie here. I came across an instruction that really confuses me. It says "Make 4 chain (double chain with a single chain)." and I cannot for the life of me figure out what this means. Is this just a double crochet stitch? Thanks in advance for your help.
  3. Hi all, New to this forum and crocheting. The instructions in the title is how round 5 of my project starts. I don't understand 2 things. 1) Am I supposed to be chaining in the front loop of round 4 or is R4, ch 3 a specific stitch? 2) What does double crochet in same single crochet as chain mean? Thanks! Tiffany
  4. I'm attempting to make some baby socks using this pattern: http://www.ballhanknskein.com/2013/06/newborn-baby-sock-crochet-pattern.html And since it says specifically where to work the back loop only I'm assuming that every where else would be both loops. The problem is I cannot get my hook under both loops of my chain. The yarn is a soft, slippery sport/baby yarn, and my hook is a size D 3.25mm aluminum hook. Can I just work in the back loop or will that cause problems for me later on? I just can't see how ANYONE could possibly get the hook under both loops of such small, slippery stitches and I feel like I must be doing something wrong. Thanks so much for any help you can throw my way!
  5. Hello from an old timer! I joined sometime around 2005 then got very busy with other things. I'm in northwest Missouri where the weather is beautiful today! I have a question and maybe should post it elsewhere but I'll start here. When a pattern says "1 dc in 4th ch from hook", do you count the hook as one and go from there? Sometimes it works different it seems depending on who wrote the pattern or maybe I've been doing it wrong all along! How do you know when you start a project what chain you're actually to be starting in? Hope that makes sense! Thanks for any help!
  6. Hi, New pattern listed in the shop: Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/listing/104239688/chain-link-newsboy-hat-crochet-pattern Artfire: http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/4858431
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