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Hi. I was weaving in my ends for a vintage style potholder I was making for my twin sister when my work got scrunched up and too tight and all I did was weave in the ends by going through the sides without the ends from the color changes I made in my work. The same thing happened when I was weaving in the ends of a doily I was making by following a crochet pattern on YouTube that was in Russian and all I did was weave in the ends twice in the parts where it was all double crochet in the round. Can you please help me? I need advice for weaving in ends in crochet so my work doesn't get scrunched
Right I found this tutorial: http://tillietulip.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/pink-shasta-daisy-blanket-is-finished.html To which I have been out and bought some wool with my birthday money today! Well I'm itching to start! See photo below: I am going to be using the white for the petals and then the do the middles of the daisy's alternative colours: so like half in the purple and half in the pink then do the rounds the opposite colour to what the middle is. So for e.g. First Square: purple middle, white petals, pink rounds (2 rows) Second Square: pink middle, white petal
So I started crocheting a few months ago...made a few scarves, nothing too crazy just a bunch of sc and dc. Now I have decided I should work my way up to throws/afghans. I found this beautiful pattern on redheart that is labeled as beginner...it doesn't seem very beginner friendly but I do not want to back down from the challenge. Can anyone help me understand the directions in plainer English? Would really appreciate it. Also, I've been attempting the crossed dc...and I think I may be doing the wrong, so an tips would be fantastic! Link to pattern: http://www.redheart.com/files/patterns/p
I would like to share with C-Ville my new Tutorials Page that provides the basics you’ll need to know before you begin to crochet and follow patterns, including how-to videos and a chart of crochet abbreviations. Have fun! Peace, Love and Happy Crafting!