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Featured in the Spring Exclusives, curated by Cosie Rosie UK. All the details you need can be found HERE.
I’m so excited to be a part of this event and that I was chosen to participate. It has been such a thrill to be included with all these other wonderful designers.
The yarn I used was a Caron Skinny Cake, in colorway Sugared Ube. Working with this yarn was great but my only complaint is that mine wasn’t a single continuous cake. There were a few spots where it was tied in the caking process in the factory.
I simply cut out the knot, reconnected the two pieces, and continued crocheting. This is my preferred method because it allows me to weave in the ends and you don’t have a gross knot in the middle of your work.
The supplies you’ll need for this project include:
Stitches & Abbreviations
Ch – Chain
Dc – Double Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
MC – Magic Circle
RS – Right Side
Sc – Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
SDc – Starting Dc
Sp – Space
WS – Wrong Side
Written in American crochet terms
A stitch count has been provided at the end of each row and on the last page.
The SDc can be substituted with a Ch3.
Center – Ch 2 space of previous row.
A stitch definition is provided below.
Chs are not counted as a St.
Sc go into the Dc of the previous row, Dc go into Sc of previous row.
Starting Double Crochet – (also known as Long Chain Double Crochet or Chainless Starting Double Crochet.) Pull up your loop to the height of your usual Double Crochet. Yarn over, insert into the 1st St, yarn over, pull through the stitch, yarn over, pull through two loops on the hook, yarn over, pull through the remaining two loops on your hook.
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