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Re: Motif--Trouble with a round. I'm stuck!
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: March 30, 2009 08:31PM

Well, of course, you are absolutely right. You insert your hook exactly as though you were going to do another sc. The space in between the stitches is the same thing as the space under the top loop.

Now, just follow MH's lead and do one slip stitch after another. The difference is where the slip stitches end up. They will be on the front of the work rather than on top of the sc loops. This just happens; as MH suggests, don't think about it - just go for it.

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  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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