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Re: Shell Pattern Problem
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: March 26, 2009 11:01AM

It's often difficult to discern exactly where to insert your hook into the "dc" that is actually a turning chain. One way to overcome that is to check out a video that Mother Hen alerted us to that eliminates the turning chain and substitutes a real dc (Tips & Sharing forum "No chain turning..." or words to that effect just down the first page a little). Another way is to find the place in the chain that works best for you and stick with it. For me, working under the entire top loop of the chain pushes the side out a bit and so I work under only one loop. Others would find this heretical.



Subject Written By Posted
  Shell Pattern Problem KelliO 03/25/2009 04:30PM
  Re: Shell Pattern Problem craftsman 03/25/2009 05:21PM
  Re: Shell Pattern Problem KelliO 03/26/2009 02:45AM
  Re: Shell Pattern Problem Alex 03/26/2009 11:01AM
  Re: Shell Pattern Problem KelliO 03/26/2009 12:45PM


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