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Kygrammie

Kygrammie

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Hello, nice to meet you.  I have a question. I’m hoping someone can help me. I’m crocheting a c2c baby blanket. I’m using 3 different colors, one foe each block of 5 rows.  It’s kind of like a gingham style. Here’s the question: my blanket isn’t at ninety degree angle sides. The individual blocks aren’t straight, they appear to lean. I think my only solution is to start all over, am I correct? If so how do I prevent it from doing it again? Hopefully someone can help. I’d appreciate it. Thank you.

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Hello from Mississippi! I haven't made anything gingham. Are you using a pattern? Have you googled it for a tutorial? If you don't get an answer here, post your question in the help section and you probably will.

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

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

When you are starting and until the middle of the blanket, you should be adding a block on the beginning of the row.  You usually start the row with a chain 6, dc or 1/2 dc in forth chain from hook, then 2 more dc or hdc.  That could be your problem.  Do you have a graph in front of you?

Edited by Tampa Doll

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