101 Double-Ended Hook Stitches: Crochet (Crochet on the by Deborah Levyhamburg

By Deborah Levyhamburg

Incorporated in a hundred and one Double-Ended Hook are heavily woven sew styles to the extra open and lacy Crochenit™ stitches. a photo of every aspect of the swatch demonstrates which stitches paintings most sensible for reversible designs. All you want to verify is whether or not to make a dishcloth, position mat, afghan or a wearable garment.

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It is a shape that is easy to place in a room as a floor rug, and can be made in sizes as small as a doormat to as large as a room-sized rug. The oval is used for stair treads, for dresser scarves, and as the base for tote bags and some baskets. Moss and Mauve, Christine Manges. 4'2" X 6'4" . 2008. Continuous oval braided rug. 38 Techniques Discussed in this Chapter • • • • • • • Oval Center Round Center Square Center Rectangle Center Heart Center Tapering Blunt Ending - ,---- -·-- - · - - - 1 I I I I I I -- - - - ..

First, thicker fabric can be cut more narrowly than the other fabrics, and thinner fabric can be cut wider. At times, a thin fabric can be completely doubled over and used as a double­ thickness strand. Over-folding is another - - - -- technique that can be used when the strips are different w e i g h t s . The re s u l t is a thicker loop of the lighter weight fabric. See diagrams to right which contrast normal folding with over-folding - - - - techniques. ll (A) Standard 4-Fold Technique for Folding Strips.

Hooking can fill in the spaces between joined braided rounds in either curved diamonds or a curved triangle shape, depending on the arrangement. Braided rounds are also a good base for many of the fancy braided borders presented later. Sunburst Round, Dianne Tobias. 55" diameter. 2006. Large round center with tapered end. 48 BRAJDED CENTERS - Techniques Discussed in this Section • Starting a braided round • Spacing increases • Color changes - - Prior Techniques Needed for Round Center • Enclosed End Start • Double Corners • Increasing I I I ..

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