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Forums > Crochet
Re: Motif--Trouble with a round. I'm stuck!
Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: March 29, 2009 08:00PM

Well I did try to find this pattern > No luck. BUT >
I believe that the stitch is a slip stitch that will make a nice edge around the heart > if I am correct.

I did work the very first stitch ( the turnig stitch on the hook )then did the slip stitch
(like going over on ladder rungs ) in the space ( yes between the stitch it self)

Try it, I make this type slip stitch even in the middle of patterns. I am making Crochet Eggs , and I like the firm edge it makes.

Mother Hen <><
" Creating Is A God Thing "

Subject Written By Posted
  Motif--Trouble with a round. I'm stuck! twinboymommy 03/29/2009 12:51PM
  Re: Motif--Trouble with a round. I'm stuck! Mother Hen 03/29/2009 08:00PM
  Re: Motif--Trouble with a round. I'm stuck! Alex 03/30/2009 08:31PM

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