gaby wrote:I made the mistake of not measuring my motifs from clue 1 and I have to start all over . I'm so behind, hopefully I can catch up this weekend. for the motifs that I made will try to make a pillow.
stpeteyarngirl wrote:Tiffanna wrote:shadesofred wrote:Hmmm...this will be a challenge! Not quite sure I understand how to work in the side of a sc. Will check a book I recently checked out from the library and then play around with it a bit...may be back for help...LOL
I'm not sure I understand how to work into the side of a sc either. I have a feeling I'll be searching google for some help in a little bit.
I tried Google and didn't find anything, please post a link if you find one. Here is what it seems like to me, after working a couple: think of a single crochet as the letter T. We normally crochet into the top of the stitch, which would be like the horizontal line of the T. I think that stitching "into the side" means you would stitch into the vertical part of the T instead of the horizontal part. That's probably clear as mud, but it seems to make sense when you're stitching!
Type1Mom wrote:Tiffanna wrote:SubaruChick64 wrote:Help, I just reached for my contrast B color and realized that I used it instead of contrast C in clue #3. Do I rip up the clue 3 block that I did weeks ago, (I've only managed to get one done) and use B and C as I originaly intended. Or switch my B for my C. I can't decide what to do, your opinions would be very helpful.
I would probably just switch B and C.
I did the same thing and just decided to switch my two. The only real colors I picked out for a specified place were the MC and the contrast D.
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