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Re: Graphs
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: August 28, 2009 01:56PM

It's hard to visualize a graphed item. Is there a link?

But I have another problem with your question. That is, I don't understand why you say you can't do two lines of single crochet. Whole fabrics are made of nothing but sc stitches.

Unless, of course, you mean the English, not American "single crochet" which we call "slip stitch." But even that can be made in multiple rows. It's not a fabric used much these days and it's quite difficult to work, but not impossible.

Anyway, one row of a higher stitch (dc for sc, for example) could substitute for two rows of a lower stitch.



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  Graphs aqupakbul 08/27/2009 12:15PM
  Re: Graphs Alex 08/28/2009 01:56PM


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