I am trying to find a patern that goes 4 double chrochet stitches than 4 single all the way along than on next row the doubles on top of the double and singles on top of singles than next rows are opposite against help would be great
Hello! I believe the yarn brand I used is called "Snuggly Wuggly Yarn" - it is made by "Loops & Threads" found at Michaels Craft Stores in America. I never took note of the exact color name, but it's an aqua blue, a mint green, light yellow, and a coral color.
This is a different situation. More skipped chains on Row 1 are actually for Row 2. On Row 2, you'll be doing front post stitches. Front post stitches pull the stitches forward. Between DCs, this pulling looks nice and gives it a 3D look. Near the end of Row 2, which is where your Row 1's starting stitches are, the front post stitch will pull the next to the last stitch and those skipped starting chains forward. If you only have 2 or 3 skipped chains, it will bunch up and not look even. By working into the 5th chain on Row 1, there is a little more "give" for when you do your last front post stitch/then DC on Row 2.
In this video I'm using acrylic yarn for the sample. As far as cotton, almost every manufacturer makes a 100% cotton yarn that works for dishcloths. Depending upon what country you are in, the brand names vary.
naztazia thank you. Do I need to add any extra stitches at the end (for example many patterns say to work x amount of stitches and then add a couple at the end for the foundation row). Is the same true for this or does the number I go with need just to be a multiple of 3?
The pattern is a multiple of 3, so you can chain whatever length you want, as long as the number is divisible by 3. If you want a blanket that is (for example) 50" wide, I generally chain 52-54" worth of chains that are also a multiple of 3.
Do you know what I really appreciate about your tutorials they are to the point and easy to follow and you don't just talk talk talk like some of the other tutorials on crochet and beading. Drives me crazy so thank you!
naztazia Thanks for your quick reply! I'll re-watch your instructions later tonight and then give it a try! I have enjoyed making and wearing cowls this winter and think this stitch would make a pretty and warm cowl around my neck! I love your tutorials, you're a good teacher!! :-)
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