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Have ever wondered how to get the right size for clothing and accessories? How many projects have you frogged or placed in your WIPs pile? Well no need to stress. I am going to do my best to help us both.
There are Four main things to consider when figuring the right measurement
- The type the yarn
- The Size of your hook
- The type of stitches
- your tension
Coming this month are templates for making the perfect size hats and mittens. It’ll be in the resources page and a PDF. downloadable
Finally, when creating your master pieces I have Four techniques that will take a few minutes to do while crocheting but well worth the time.
- .Keep your template close by for easy reference
- . Always have a tape measure to measure your work.
- Stitch markers are great to insure you mark the rows that need increasing or decreasing.
- A pencil and sheet of paper to write down corrections, reminders, and other notes about your work.
This helps me a bunch. I have crocheted free style for decades; although, I rarely used patterns, I’ve learned that some sort of guidance is important. The reasons I enjoy using patterns today, is the plethora of styles and new skills my dynamic hookers have afforded me. I do get frustrated because as I designer I have to get into the head of another designer and decipher the wonderful abilities, AMAZING!!!
Please share what are some methods you use to measure your work.
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