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Video - How to Fix a Mistake in Crochet

Making mistakes in our crafting projects is a fact of crafting. There are plenty of ways to fix knitting mistakes, most involving dropping stitches down rows to re-work the mistake, but fixing mistakes in crochet is a little more tricky. Crochet has its advantages—there’s no dropping stitches while crocheting—but this makes it more difficult to fix a mistake when you notice it late. In today’s how-to video, Alison demonstrates how you can fix mistakes, should they happen, while working the V-stitch pattern she used to design the body of her Starflower tunic. We’ve also got a video for working the V-stitch itself, so you’re completely prepared to make Starflower, this week’s free crochet pattern.

Looking for something to knit rather then crochet? Check out more of our patterns for Weekend DK in the Berroco PDF Store.

Single Pattern PDF
GavarnieOxalisSakonette


 
Starflower, free pattern

Starflower
This crocheted tunic starts with a motif band worked for the shoulders. Then the neckline is worked by crocheting along the top of the motifs, and the sleeves and body are worked by crocheting along the bottom of the band.

Crocheted in Berroco Weekend® DK
Skill level: Intermediate
PDF Pattern Instructions

Berroco Weekend® DK

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Happy Knitting,
Amy
Amy Palmer, Media Director

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