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Hello,

I just finished a chevron baby blaket for my grandson. After I washed it I noticed that it was coming apart. I did an awful job at weaving in the ends. I started taking it apart and the weirest thing happened.........the yarn was like coming out backwards.......I don't know where to start.

 

 

PLEASE HELP!

 

THANKS!

 

Olivia

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Hi :hi and Welcome :welcome    to Crochetville from the Gulf Coast of Florida.

Grab your yarn and hooks, put your feet up and sit a spell.

 

I wish I could help, but not sure what to do.  There is a help section, where you may make out better with your question.

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Hello from Mississippi!

 

I've never done any repairs, but I'm sure someone has an idea to help.

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Was it easy or hard to rip out? If it is hard and you have to pick out the atitches, you are ripping from the wrong end.

 

in the photo, that is the bottoms of stitches hanging in space. That is the end where you started crocheting, you need to rip it from the edge where you ended, the top edge.

 

Welcome to the ville!

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Howdy from Oklahoma

 

 Welcome to Crochetville

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Hi Olivia, welcome to Crochetvile!

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