Tiffanna wrote:Shichemell wrote:Tiffanna wrote:I just can't decide if I should work over the whole post or actually put the stitches into the post itself...
I turned the work 1/4 turn clock-wise, and then stitched into the two loops that were now on the top - just like you would normally do with the top of the single crochet. Err, this is hard to explain. Did I make any sense?
This made the most sense ever! Thank you so much!
crochetqueen wrote:Not gonna lie, I haven't even looked at the clue yet (I always read the forum before looking) and I am SUPER intimidated! I have been crochetting for 10 years and have never heard of a double treble or crochetting into the side of a sc that didn't mean crochet around the post...I'm a smart girl so hopefully I will be able to figure this out!
linda817 wrote:Was very unhappy with the way the dtr looked at the end of the first round, so I finished with a chain 11 instead, then slipped stitched into the first single crochet and finished off. Then I slipped stitched into the top of the chain 11 space and did a sc and continued with the pattern, looks a lot nicer to me.
crochetqueen wrote:Round 6 takes entirely too long! All the clusters with the lacieness...I will admit that this isn't as difficult as I first thought it would be. Crochetting into the side of the crochet might be better understood if it were stated to crochet into the center of the sc, but other than that it is all working up rather easy. I didn't understand the point of the dtc in round 1. Why couldn't we just do another ch 11 and then join with a sl st? It seems like they just threw it in so that we would have another new technique to try out. It makes the last petal look so different from the others it makes me want to rip it all out and start over doing it with the chs instead. I also liked the suggestion about putting the sc into the 6th ch of the 11 so that the petals stay centered. I'm just rambling now so I will stop typing!
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