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  1. Hoping somebody can help. I am trying this pattern http://www.yarnspirations.com/on/demandware.static/-/Sites-master-catalog-spinrite/default/dw6d218def/PDF/BRC0202-002792M.pdf I am really confused about the MC instructions, particularly with beg row 3 where the chart comes in. Do I do 2 dc in each stitch, or do I do 1dc in 2 stitches to make the “block”. For the space, do I miss one dc for each space as in row 2, or do I just do ch1 1dc in each stitch? I’m doing something wrong because I cannot keep the right count according to the chart after trying this several ways. Sorry for the probably basic questions. I’ve never used a chart before and it’s a bit confusing to me.
  2. Hi, I'm having a go at designing my own intarsia pattern but i'm struggling with how to put the pattern onto paper. Its going to be 8 x 10 inches. so i've worked out i would need 34 x 42 stitches. But i don't know how to make the chart that size. I've been trying to use stitch fiddle but if i choose the size i want the image goes all wrong. Can anyone give me any help? Thank you. Gemma.
  3. I've been staring at the same part of the pattern now for 4 days. I have to join these two pieces together to form the side seem of the tunic, but I don't understand the chart, or where on the chart to even begin. There are 5 large motifs in each section (front piece, back piece) , and you attach them as you go. Then you join the 2 groups of 5 and the side becomes the side of the tunic. This is where I got lost. I am madly in love with the pattern. The designer makes the most beautiful clothes. Here is the link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/165867724/trendy-crochet-tunic-pattern-tutorial?ref=hp_rv I would appreciate any help you can offer.
  4. Chatterpatter

    CHART help

    How does the reader of a crochet CHART determine if a stitch is to be worked IN a chain space below (by inserting hook into the 'v') or if the hook is to simply work UNDER that chain space (NOT inserting hook into the 'v' but putting the hook under and behind the chain space to hook the yarn)? I appreciate anyone who directs me to understanding!
  5. I created a chart to incorporate a design into my crochet hat. I used single crochet stitches but I don't like how stiff, almost cone like way that the top turned out. How do I rewrite the chart for double crochet? Also, if i were to seamless round would the chart still work? Or will the design be a little off? Any help is appreciated! I wanted this hat to be a gift but I really can't stand the finished product.
  6. When i started crocheting i fell in love of crochet flowers, so i tried to make some by my own and they have been really useful to me, i hope they can be useful to you too! =) They've different petals and some of them have a chart too! - Six-Petal Flower - Eight-Petal Flower - Mini Eight-Petal Flower - Twelve-Petal Flower Hope you like it!
  7. Hi, I have a thread motif pattern I downloaded from a Russian site. I am completely baffled from row 8 out. I can't find anything that explains what the rectangles are, and I have no idea what the long like with 7 hash marks is, though it could be a DoubleTreble but that isn't what it looks like to me because there are no gaps in the bars that surround the mesh. That could be due to blocking though. And help would be so appreciated. Thanks. Dianna
  8. Hey everyone! Hope you are all enjoying your day! My time this Summer has been spent designing a Zebra Blanket for my daughter. I first made a crochet chart and then used the Tapestry Crochet technique. I love this blanket, it turned out perfect. I also designed a simple border for around the body. So many more neon colors await this blanket, and I want to complete one in black/white as well. This chart is listed in my Etsy Shop and it comes with 4 files. They are all high quality and the following are included: a full chart in .jpg and .bmp format, a quick tutorial page on how to read the chart, single crochet, and change colors. This is just a quick tutorial, suited for those who have completed one or two charts recently. The last page contains the border instructions for this afghan and it can easily be used for any blanket you choose. My favorite part of the border is the bold color on the outside with a feminine touch and small amount of texture. If you need help learning how to perform the Tapestry Crochet technique, I am always available via email: Shawna@PurpleKiss.Co Attached to this post are pictures of this afghan. I used Caron Simply Soft for this item and it is just smaller than Twin Size. It is perfect for my toddler daughter to grow into for a long time. I am now making one in baby size with Lion Brand's Pound of Love with 3.75mm hook and it can also be made bigger by using a 6mm hook and Super Saver yarn. The possibilities are endless. Happy Hookin' everyone, I love seeing all of your projects here! ♥ Zebra Blanket Crochet Chart Pattern
  9. http://crochetparfait.blogspot.com/2013/09/little-angel-afghan-chart.html
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