If you were to come across a sampler chart that caught your eye and appealed to you, would you or would you not stitch it if it had a morbid or “creepy” saying on it? If not, why?
Absolutely I would stitch the pattern. If the saying didn’t appeal to me, I would just change it. A pattern is more of a “guideline” really, right? Plus I have a bit of a morbid or creepy personality (snort!) and it may just appeal to me anyway! lol!
Ok – back to the issue at hand.
I started a scarf with a yummy yarn I found in a bag of yarn I got from Nan:
Pretty, Non? You also got a great shot of my lovely red sock and pretty kitty slippers. I am such an old lady sometimes! lol! The first issue is it is far too wide for a decent scarf. Not really a problem, it only took me 4 hours to get this far so I will be pulling it out and beginning again. My problem has to do with the edges – they are scalloping:
I am somewhat new to crochet and and I am confused as to what to do at the end of the row. I am doing a simple double crochet and am chaining 2 when I start the next row. Is this right? Do I need to chain more? Less? Is it just a tension issue? Or is this supposed to happen?
I wait anxiously for replies. Have a great Thursday!