Ulyana Sergeenko “If you do not put Our Lord to the first row in your heart, you will both lose Him and the ones whom you put to the first row.. " Omar

Ulyana Sergeenko “If you do not put Our Lord to the first row in your heart, you will both lose Him and the ones whom you put to the first row.. " Omar

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Noro Stole - *Inspiration* or you can buy the pattern through the attached link. It looks like you would just ch a ch row as long as you want the stole to be. You need to end up with a dc row that has a number of stitches that is a multiple of 6 + 3. You will dc the first row to the end, ch 4 (counts as first tr), turn, tr in first 2 dc, *ch 3, sk next 3 dc, tr in next 3 dc* repeat from * to * across. 3rd row and ea odd number row will be all dc (dc in ea tr and 3 dc in ch 3). Use a thick…

Noro Stole - *Inspiration* or you can buy the pattern through the attached link. It looks like you would just ch a ch row as long as you want the stole to be. You need to end up with a dc row that has a number of stitches that is a multiple of 6 + 3. You will dc the first row to the end, ch 4 (counts as first tr), turn, tr in first 2 dc, *ch 3, sk next 3 dc, tr in next 3 dc* repeat from * to * across. 3rd row and ea odd number row will be all dc (dc in ea tr and 3 dc in ch 3). Use a thick…

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Technique :: Good tip!  "Most of us were taught to start the first row by crocheting into the front of the starting chain. Instead, try inserting your hook into the bump on the back of the chain. Surprisingly, this actually creates a much neater, smoother, & more elastic edge that mirrors the final row perfectly. It makes seaming & adding a border or edging much easier!" . . . .   ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/  . . . .

Technique :: Good tip! "Most of us were taught to start the first row by crocheting into the front of the starting chain. Instead, try inserting your hook into the bump on the back of the chain. Surprisingly, this actually creates a much neater, smoother, & more elastic edge that mirrors the final row perfectly. It makes seaming & adding a border or edging much easier!" . . . . ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/ . . . .

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The trick is, if you're knitting stripes and ribbing at the same time, to knit every stitch of the first row of the new color, then go back to the ribbing on subsequent rows.  Ta da!  No dashes mucking up your stripey stripes.

The trick is, if you're knitting stripes and ribbing at the same time, to knit every stitch of the first row of the new color, then go back to the ribbing on subsequent rows. Ta da! No dashes mucking up your stripey stripes.

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Akris at Paris Spring 2016 “If you do not put Our Lord to the first row in your heart, you will both lose Him and the ones whom you put to the first row.. " Omar

Akris at Paris Spring 2016 “If you do not put Our Lord to the first row in your heart, you will both lose Him and the ones whom you put to the first row.. " Omar

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