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I am crocheting a Granny Square Blanket for my Granddaughter.  I notice that the middle

square is not straight.  I have been told that if I turn my work that this will take care of the

problem.  Where do I turn my work when I have a typical corner of 3 DC change 1 3 DC

clusters.  If I turn at this point when I'm ready to start a new round do I need to change 1 or

2 etc. so my corners aren't screwed up ?  Hope someone can help me out there. 

Thanks ahead of time.

 

Sharon

 

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When you turn, you're going to be starting a new row of dcs, so you make ch 3, ( this is to bring the yarn up to the right height for dc) then 2 dc in that corner, then chain 1, and 3 more dcs in the same corner space.  Then follow your pattern.

Let us know if that still isn't clear.

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Thanks so much  for your reply.  I will be trying this method on my next blanket.  Will let you

know how it comes out.

 

Thanks Again,

Sharon

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