InstructionsThis is just a stitch from a stitch dictionary I got at my library. The book is from Annie’s Attic (#871029) and it's called 50 Stitches for Afghans and it's by Darla Sims.
One BIG tip? She says to tie off each row and change colors. HOWEVER, that is bothersome and unnecessary. In using only 3 colors, you can easily just carry the yarn up the sides. It works out perfectly, and leaves ...
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Type of item: Functional
Style: Mod, Funky, Cute, Classic, Traditional, Whimsical
Loops & Thread "Snuggly Wuggly" in Cobalt, Fresh Green, Soft Lilac. One skein each. And one skein of Stylecraft Life DK in Silver Grey. Size F hook.
What was your inspiration?
Saw this stitch in a stitch dictionary I loaned out from the library. (That's why I listed it as free.) I thought, "This might make a cool baby blanket." and it did!!
What are you most proud of?
Just finishing it. The Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly is awful. It's tangley and splitty. It's soft, sure. But a wreck to work with if you have to crochet *into* a stitch.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
CARRY YOUR YARN UP THE SIDES (unlike what the book says, which is to finish off each row)