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  1. 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
  2. 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!
  3. 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 i
  4. 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 wh
  5. 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!
  6. 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.
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. I picked this pattern because it's labeled "Easy Peasie Beginner," and I know how to do all the stitches needed for the blanket. I'm also familiar with crochet abbreviations. However, these instructions are not painting an "easy peasie" picture in my head: 1st row: (1 dc. Ch 1. 1 dc) in 5th ch from hook (counts as dc. Skip 2 ch). *Skip next 2 ch. (1 dc. Ch 1. 1 dc) in next ch. Rep from * to last 3 ch. Skip next 2 ch. 1 dc in last ch. Turn. Could someone whose brain works in the necessary way PLEASE translate that into easy peasie language? What does the first set in parentheses mean? W
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