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  1. Hello all! I've been working on a tunic for several weeks now but keep running into difficulties with the pattern. The pattern has a side pattern motif made of a crochet round, outlined by yarn strips using a hairpin lace loom. There are some additional rows of crochet, and then a hairpin lace band. My first issue has been with the first set of strips. This is my first time using a hairpin lace loom, so perhaps I should have made these loops smaller (I made them four inches on an adjustable loom). Also, the pattern calls for making 136 loops for a size 6. In trying to adjust the sizing for
  2. Crocheting in the round can be pretty and practical, because you get a straight front side and a back side, rather than getting a front row and then a back row in your pattern. If you want to lean, there is a block post about crocheting in the round here It can be a little hard to learn from pictures, so there is also a video about crocheting in the round here If you are not into long tutorials, there is a short version here, where you can learn to crochet in the round in 20 seconds Thank you for reading, and happy hooking ^^
  3. Pattern comes with pictures and video tutorials for both right and left handed The Invisible Seam - http://www.meladorascreations.com/invisible-seam-free-crochet-pattern/ Pin it https://www.pinterest.com/pin/159666749265080238/
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