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Re: Rose in Bloom Afghan
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: March 27, 2009 02:35PM

I don't have your pattern but based upon past "roses" I've crocheted, you sometimes do two layers of petals starting in the same base stitch. You do the inner round first, then you need to push those petals down so you can see that base stitch where you started your petals. Insert your hook in that same base stitch to begin the second layer of petals.

I hope this description of what you are trying to accomplish helps. Others who respond on this board may have links with demonstrations on what to do.

Subject Written By Posted
  Rose in Bloom Afghan Michelle1111 03/27/2009 12:07AM
  Re: Rose in Bloom Afghan KT 03/27/2009 02:35PM
  Re: Rose in Bloom Afghan craftsman 03/27/2009 02:37PM
  Re: Rose in Bloom Afghan Michelle1111 03/27/2009 03:50PM
  Re: Rose in Bloom Afghan KT 03/27/2009 05:01PM

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