101 Double-Ended Hook Stitches (Crochet on the Double) 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 facet of the swatch demonstrates which stitches paintings most sensible for reversible designs. All you want to confirm is whether or not to make a dishcloth, position mat, afghan or a wearable garment.

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Flip over the fabric-covered paper and trim off and fold down the second piece of fabric, fingerpressing it firmly onto the glued surface. If you run your fingernail along the seam, it will lie flat. Continue stitching and gluing fabrics until you have covered the entire strip of paper. the excess fabric along the paper edges, using a ruler and rotary cutter. You have now finished a pretty strip of piecing! 6. Carefully tear off the paper from the back of the strip. This is where you will be happy you set your stitch length to very short!

Cut a template from freezer paper the same size as the unfinished block—in this case, 151/2˝ × 151/2˝. Crease it along a diagonal, from corner to corner, and set it aside. You can use any large paper to create the template, but we like freezer paper from the grocery store because you can iron the shiny side of the freezer paper to the block at the end. When you trim, the template stays in place. No slipping, and you wind up with accurate blocks! 3. Sew the longest strip to the long edge of the triangle.

1. Stack 2 contrasting 12˝ squares with right sides facing up. March: Wonky Nine-Patch Block 29 2. Use a rotary cutter and a ruler to cut them 4. Sew a block together by sewing the pieces into into 9 wonky pieces by cutting 2 rows and 2 columns. Do not be scared of wonk! Embrace it. Make those lines crooked and off-kilter. rows, pressing, and then sewing the rows to each other and pressing again. Trim the block to a 101/2˝ × 101/2˝ square. Repeat for the second block. You now have 2 wonky Nine-Patch blocks!

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