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Dudessembly An afghan joining method to crochet… © 2006 Drew Emborsky, The Crochet Dude™ Click here for the PDF download version Use this joining method to put together an afghan with the 12” squares of your choice! Just use the same hook size and yarn weight that you made the squares with.
By Judith Prindle 3/05 You tube video by Donna Here! My crochet version is 20 stitches by 22 rows. I used: size H crochet hook worsted weight acrylic yarn (doesn't take much) Gauge: didn't check but my finished scrubbie is about 3 & 1/2 across if you squish it flat! Crochet in the back loop through out to create the ridge.
Note: This pattern starts in one corner and it grows from this corner. You will be working in rows but starting with a ring. Each row will turn a corner. Each of the 3dc groups will be known as a shell and will be abbreviated as sh. Instructions With Winter White Ch5, join w/slst to first ch to form ring.
Designed By Julie A. Bolduc This potholder reminds me of the look of a gas stove burner that has been turned on. It is made in two pieces that are crocheted together around the outside. This makes it possible to insert a thick insulating circle of fabric if you want to. But since this potholder is thick by design, it is not necessary.
By Amy Shimel About the Magnets This pattern has been a long time comming. I was trying to figure out how to explain all the testing I went through with all the different types of magnets. In an atempt to lower the cost of making these Katamari, I tested just about every type of 3/4″ round magnets that are available in the craft shops and discount stores. And I found that you really do get what you pay for.