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  1. Hi im having trouble understanding what it mean when my patterns asks me to "sc into each stitch" iv been doing (sc,inc) *6 , (2sc,inc) *6 etcetera but i get to (4sc,inc)*6 then it say for next 2 round sc into each stitch Nd im not sure what it means i cant find it anywhere on Google either
  2. I bought this t-shirt yarn from Etsy. It turns out that the t-shirt yarn using size 12 mm hook is very difficult to use. It seems to have no "give" like yarn usually does. It's so stiff. Is this typical of t-shirt yarn or is it a unique characteristic of this particular yarn? Am I using the wrong hook size? I remember I did try the size 15 mm hook but still had difficulty...
  3. Help! I am currently working on a C2C blanket. When calculating the size and specifics of the blanket, it was going to be about 100 inches. Now I have gotten 1/4 of the way done with the blanket, and it's going to end up being 4x the size it was supposed to be!! After 100 rows, I'm now debating whether or not to start over and make the graph smaller, or just finish the blanket and have it be giant. I feel like if it is too big, it won't be useable. Any advice or opinions would be much appreciated! Thank you!
  4. Hey all, I am working on my first ever written pattern. I've been doing crochet for about a month now. In my pattern it says: dc9, (dc2tog) 3 times, dc 9 (22) I understand how to double crochet and how to do a decrease stitch I just don't understand weather I do 9 dc then do 3 dc2tog then dc 9 again??? Thanks
  5. So I made most of the Bernie Sanders amigurumi but the arms I made turned out to be 7 single crochet in diameter instead of 6 single crochet in the round. Now my coat for Bernie Sanders is going to be too narrow on the sleeves. What should I do? Also, I tried making the coat but I didn't understand the pattern....I need some help! P.S. I contacted the designer for help so thanks for the advice guys!
  6. Hi all, i am making an amigurumi monster toy and I have hit a snag. The pattern is working in the round, and is written in UK terminology. the round that has thrown me says- Round 10: 1dc in 5 sts, 1htr in [5] I understand that’s 1 double crochet in the next 5 stitches and then a half treble.. but the stitch count doesn’t add up? And this also doesn’t take me to the end of the round. And what does the “in” mean. I thought perhaps “increase” but that doesn’t fit here. also- Round 12: 1dc in 6 sts, 1htr in [5] and Round 14: 1dc in 6 sts, 1htr in [6] same issue. Any help would be reeeally appreciated!!!
  7. Kreme

    Blanket help

    Hi Hello Everyone! for context, I am a beginner at crocheting. I have made granny squares, some amigurumi plushes, and a few star keychains! For my next feat, I want to make a blanket but the math and such confuses me. Ill start with what I have. I have 2 balls of Bernat Blanket yarn that are 220 yards each. I plan to make a striped blanket using the tightest stitch possible. so my questions are: -What is the best stitch to use? -How big can I make this blanket? -Are there any websites/ YouTube tutorials I can follow? (I've looked but it doesn't seem like many follow exactly what I'm trying to do) To add, I can not read crochet patterns so most of what I've made has been following YouTube tutorials. Any help is appreciated thank you for reading <3
  8. Hello! I just started crocheting and I made a joke to my boyfriend about making him toe socks and now the joke has gone so far that I feel like I have to make them. But I’m having a hard time finding a pattern or a video guide of how to do it. Hopefully you guys can help!
  9. Hello!! Im making a bedtime outfit for a bunny I created. I got stuck at row 7. The pattern tells me to “sk 18” when skipping 18 stitches do I double crochet into the 18th stitch? I’m just really confused and hope someone can help me. Thank you in advance.
  10. Hello. I am trying to finish the Sweet Dreams Baby Afghan and I am stuck on round 5 of the edging. I ended round 4 correctly. It says (sc,dc) in next ch 3 space. Got that. Dc in next cluster then 5 dc in next ch 3 space. Then dc in next cluster. So as I see it that means I’m skipping on ch 3 space. That can’t be right. Help. I’ve looked at the picture and that isn’t the way it is but I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. Can you help? Many thanks
  11. Hello I have been working on a cute little deer project recently! I’m working on the body and on the decrease I’m noticing the stitches keep sticking out making the decrease very visible. In the photo I have done the traditional decrease, but I have tried the invisible decrease and they both result with a bump at the decrease! If anyone could give me advice or tips on how to fix this or what I’m doing wrong I would really appreciate it!! thanks, Kennady
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