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  1. Hello. I have a granny square inquiry. I'm making a valance for my kitchen window. I've made several sunflower granny squares, and was thinking to put one at the bottom, next row would be 2, next 3, and so forth, with a square in the middle of the top to attach the two sides. I have no problem connecting squares together, my question is this: Is there any way to attach granny squares to a single/double/triple ect. stitch? Say you're making a row by row throw blanket and want to add squares to the design, is this possible? I can figure out how to attach the top and bottom of the square, it's th
  2. Good morning, I am new to crocheting and I am having a problem with keeping the turning chain straight. My project is a baby car seat blanket. It is a double crochet stitch edging, with a cross double crochet stitch pattern from one of the popular pattern books. In the picture of the finished piece, it is square and the very edge stitch/turning chain is as straight as the other stitches. My row end stitch, dbl ch st, is straight like it's supposed to be, but my turning chain is bent, which gives the piece a scalloped looking edge. How do I keep that turning chain straight?
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