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Video Rating: 4 / 5
Glad you like it.
I can hardly wait to try this stitich thank you. Ceci
Teresa…Thank you for you tutorial. I’m doing my 1st afghan from leisure arts, 63 pattern stitches and one of the square is this stitch
I appreciate your generous words, thank you
Your instructions and demonstrations are so very well done! Thank you! I have been crocheting since I was about 8 (a very long time) and I have never seen anyone hold their yarn the way you do, I will have to try it.
Thank you for sharing your talent…you do beautiful work.
I appreciate the comment, thank you.
That was a great video. Explained it very thoroughly and showed more than just one row of the stitch. Thanks for the great instructions!!!
Thank you, I appreciate your comment!
Your videos are so straight forward. Easy to understand.
Thanks Teresa. Very good tutorial
Thank you for this video! The written instructions I was using totally confused me and made me think a really sadistic person invented this stitch. After watching your video I see how simple it is and can now rip the hated square apart and HAPPILY redo it.
You are welcome!
Thank you for your tutorial. This is the best match to what I am working on and what the creator of a dishcloth that I want to learn is stating.
I can tell you an estimate but there is a great chance that you will end up with extra chains and it will not be exact. I recommend that you chain to your width and then sew in any extra chains.
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