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  1. Hello I was wondering if others count their stitches. I dont know if I have to or not as I'm relatively new to crochet.
  2. What are some good stitches to use for a blanket? I am making a blanket for myself, and it is a twin size blanket. I am measuring it by putting it on my bed and crocheting row after row. Right now I am using a doublr cro het stitches like I did my last blanket and well, I am pretty tired of basic stitches. I am wondering what other stitches I can use to make a blanket? Here's another thing, I am going to be using embroidery using the slip stitch method all throughout this blanket. So, I want my stitches tight. Like the double crochet, but something tighter. I saw something called a linked
  3. I need help with a stitch called st(s) sts(es). And also I need to make loops.
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