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Easy to crochet baby cardigan (video 2) / baby sweater chambrita en crochet

September 9, 2012 in Basic crochet

In this video we will learn the finishing touches for the baby cardigan. We will complete the edges and sleeeves. Helpful tips to ensure your buttons and button holes line up perfects. Please don’t forget to share with your friends. If you want to add a hood, just follow these steps. 1) Attach your yarn to the 3rd or 4th chain from the edge (top) of neck. Ch 3, make 1 dc in each ch until you get to the other edge also leaving 3 chs unworked. 2) ch 3, turn work and continue adding rows for a total of 9 rows. Cut off yarn and faste, 3) turn your sweater inside out. sew the top edges of your rectangle (this will become your hoodie) sew in your tails. and done! : )

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Crochet Geek – Crochet Shell-Drop Stitch Part 1

September 8, 2012 in Basic crochet

Drop Stitch Written Instructions Teaching the world to crochet, one stitch at a time. Free crochet lessons and video tutorials for beginner crocheters. More : Blog – Crochet Geek Main Channel Crochet Channel 2 Subscribe – Google+ Crochet Shell- Drop Stitch Written by Teresa Richardson The Multiple is 8 + 3. This is a variation from the video. The way the stitch is done is the same as in the video. There are two variations illustrated in the symbol instructions and written at the end of the instructions. Row 1: 3 DC in 3rd CH from hook (1/2 Shell, *CH 2 Skip 7 CHs, (Shell=3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC), repeat from * across, CH 2, 4 DC in last chain for 1/2 Shell. Row 2: Ch 3, 3 DC in same st, *CH 2, Shell in the center of next shell, continue from * across. CH 2, 4 DC in the last ST of previous round. Row 3: Ch 3, 3 DC in same st, *CH 1, Slip Stitch two rows below for the drop stitch, CH 1, Shell in the center of next shell. Continue from * to the end. 4 DC in the last ST of previous round. NOTE: You can include the chain in your dropstitch if you would like a rounded edging. Row 4: Ch 1, SC in same ST, *CH 7 SC in center of next shell. Continue from * across. CH 7, SC in the center of the last 1/2 shell. Row 5: CH 3, *7 DC in Chain, 1 DC in previous SC, Continue across from * to the end. Row 6: CH 3, DC in ea DC across. Row 7: CH 3, 3 DC in same ST. *CH 2, SK

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