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I wrote this tuto to help you to begin freeform crochet. You'll see how you can add extentions to a circle motif so that you can make a freeform crochet scrumble. You'll know how to navigate from one point to another, and begin a new stitch, as well as how to add texture to a simple crochet stitch.
It contains 16 pages including 30 step by step photos as well as written instructions to show you how to achieve this scrumble.
A crochet beginner knowing only basic stitches can easily obtain a good result.
Pattern is written in US term and in french.
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