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  1. Hey Guys, I'm hoping some of you will be able to help me! I'm currently following a pattern to make a Zebra crochet animal head. The pattern details how to create alternating black and white continuous spirals, however the seam/ colour change is moving with each round. I have followed a technique to create jogless colour changes, but the seam is still slanting. When I finish these spirals, I believe my end point is going to be in the wrong position due to the wonky seam. The pattern for the rows is: 1. Black. 1 DC in each DC 2. Black. 1 DC in each DC. Join in white. 3. White. 1 DC in each DC 4. White. (Dc2inc,10dc) 6 times 5. Black. 1 DC in each DC 6. Black. 1 DC in each DC 7. White. 1 DC in each DC 8. White. (Dc2inc,11dc) 6 times 9. Black. 1 DC in each DC 10. Black. (Dc2inc,12dc) 6 times 11. White. 1 DC in each DC 12. White. (Dc2inc,13dc) 6 times .. I have attached a picture of the work. Round 1 starts around about where the paper clip is. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me!! Debbie
  2. rmpbklyn

    ten stitch help

    need help with the beginning corner of the ten stitch crochet(not tunsian) , any instructions. youtube only has knittined and tunisan http://www.lookatwhatimade.net/crafts/yarn/crochet/free-crochet-patterns/ten-stitch-blanket-crochet-pattern/
  3. I have some variegated yarn that I want to use to make something that shows off the color transitions. I thought about a "traditional" Tunisian 10 stitch type blanket but would really like to make it round. I have found round coasters or tubes but those aren't really what I'm looking for. I'm wanting to do a flat spiral round. Has anyone seen anything like this??? Thanks!
  4. Hi. I'm an artist, and next year I will be doing an art installation. I want to create crocheted funnels that hang from the ceiling and go down onto the floor. I want them at their widest to be a few feet around. I am teaching myself to crochet specifically for this. I was wondering if any of you would have an idea on what stitches would be best. I can look everything up on Youtube to learn it, but I don't know the language of crochet, except for now, chain stitch and double crochet. Any advice would be well appreciated! Sincerely, Christine Dake, NY
  5. Flia

    Round lace inwards

    Hi, I've got some ideas about a new earring pattern. I'm starting with sc around a hoop, and then doing only chain loops, spiraling inwards maybe.... I want to combine colours, but I'm having a really hard time figuring out where to change colours. Has anyone seen patterns where spirals go from the outside in? I'd really like to study the technique to see how I can apply it differently. It would really help if anyone has an idea about lace inwards too. The pattern will eventually be adaptable to any size hoop and any size thread. At least that's my goal...
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