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Chevron Stitch or Ripple Stitch The Ripple Stitch, also known as the Chevron Stitch and has been called an Afghan Stitch, is one of the classic stitch patterns known and loved by many. No grouping of stitch patterns would be complete without including it. This was the first stitch pattern that I learned, and to this day (more than 40 years later) I still love working with it. The fun thing about this stitch pattern is that you can do it in Single Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Double Crochet, and Treble Crochet (and any of the extended stitches as well). I will show you the stitch pattern in Single Crochet. Below the description I will share the small changes to make for other stitches.
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Extending a Row with Foundation Single Crochet This week’s tutorial is a quick demonstration of a neat little trick to extend a row of crochet. Foundation stitches, in particular foundation single crochet, are a great way to to start a project. But what happens when you’ve made a few (or a bunch of) rows, and want the next row to continue on past the previous row, but don’t want to chain? Extending a row with foundation single crochet! show_article As a screenwriter, the ability to craft dramatic suspense can turn your script from a basic, by the numbers story into something memorable, and the basis of a movie that people will remember. Film is a visceral art, and a thousand things have to go right in the execution of a story to make it resonate, but it all starts with the screenwriter. Without the basic foundation and the proper storytelling tools, your script might not make it past the first read. Evoke Emotion Create sympathetic characters that the audience likes and can relate to. After all, the characters are the ones who are telling the majority of your story, through their actions and dialogue.
Home and Garden DIY Ideas, Photos and Answers This is a super fun and easy way to create unique pavers for sidewalks and pathways. I'm currently working on a pathway around my house and wanted something heavier and more decorative than the pavers available at the outdoor center. I did five practice pavers first and experimented with different brands of mortar, cement and rock placement. I didn't want any of the rocks coming loose or pavers breaking in half in the future. Two Hands Healing and Creative Arts Ah picots, very possibly the most feared and hated stitch in crochet. Personally I avoided the picot stitch for a very long time. When I would look at stitch dictionaries I would skip over any stitch patterns that contained picots. Or if I used those stitch patterns, I would eliminate the picots. In the past I had primarily seen picots used as a decorative element for edgings or borders.