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Date Posted: 23:07:43 02/27/15 Fri
Author: Lisa Hamblin
Author Host/IP: host-209-97-79-37.newwavecomm.net /
Subject: Re: #10 crochet thread help
In reply to: Valerie 's message, "#10 crochet thread help" on 05:07:56 02/16/15 Mon

>Good morning All! I would like to ask how do you keep
>work from turning when working with this thread? I
>had a chain of about 200 then I had to chain 2 skip
>chains and sc in 3rd. That thing was like a spiral.
>FIANALLY I just taped it down and worked thru the
>tape! Any suggestions?

Many "first rows" of crochet will curl or spiral.
It's nothing to worry about as long as you can tell where your stitches go.
If you have a problem keeping track of the working row, try placing markers in increments along the row to help you reference where subsequent stitches go.

Lisa Hamblin CNM/MBA

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