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I love to sew and can tat some but have not crocheted since I was a kid. Now I am teaching myself. I am having trouble reading patterns. I have not been able to find a book to help either. When the pattern says crochet in the "same stitch" does this mean the next stitch? To me "same stitch" would be just what it says but that doesn't work with the pattern. Help please and thank you in advance.

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Hi:hi and welcome:welcome from the West Coast of Florida

For questions you are better off going to the Crochet Help section.

When it tells you to sc or whatever in the same stitch, you are crocheting in the same stitch as the joining stitch, or the same as the last stitch.

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Hey there, welcome from Louisiana!

Post your pattern directions in the help section.. there are wonderful peolpe who actually help here!

Good luck!

 

~~smiles, monica

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:welcome from CO! I pretty much taught myself from one of those Teach Yourself kits from Walmart.

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Howdy from Oklahoma

 

Welcome to Crochetville

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Welcome from central Iowa! I agree with the others, post in the Crochet Help section, along with a couple of lines from your pattern (following copyright rules of course). Same stitch is exactly what it sounds like... the stitch you just used.

 

Again, welcome!

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:hi & :welcome from North Central Kentucky!

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Hello, hello. I am from Northeast Texas myself. Glad to have you with us, Texas lady! Welcome...

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Hello from south Florida!

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Hi from one Texas Lady to another. Welcome to the 'Ville.:cheer:yay

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When it says to crochet in the same stitch that means just what is says. I'll use double crochet as an example and at the bottom of your double crochet put your hook into the very same hole that the dc is in. this is how you would do an increase. Hope that helps.

 

 

 

 

I love to sew and can tat some but have not crocheted since I was a kid. Now I am teaching myself. I am having trouble reading patterns. I have not been able to find a book to help either. When the pattern says crochet in the "same stitch" does this mean the next stitch? To me "same stitch" would be just what it says but that doesn't work with the pattern. Help please and thank you in advance.
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where in tx are you? I'm in McAllen near the border of Mexico

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Where in Texas are you? I'm in McAllen down near the border of Mexico and the gulf area. If you are close maybe we can have a coffee and sit and crochet sometime.

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