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By Trice Boerens, Debra Wells, Gloria Judson, Terrece Beesley

This paintings offers over 3 dozen cross-stitch tasks in response to a subject of blue and white. initiatives comprise a floral sampler, a ginger jar, cornflowers, a thistle, cover block homes, moon and stars, lilacs, and roses.

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Like the half double crochet, the yarn is wrapped around the hook before the hook is inserted into the stitch. 62 1. Wrap the yarn over the hook from back to front. Find the stitch where you will insert the hook. In the photo, it is the empty stitch next to the three (turning) chains. If you are working into already-made stitches like in this example, push the hook through both loops of the stitch. If you are working into the foundation chain, use only the top loop. 2. Push the hook through that stitch from front to back.

Use reading glasses or a magnifier on a stand if necessary. • Take a break every 20 to 30 minutes to walk around, stretch your neck, arms, and legs, and give your eyes a rest. • If you ever feel pain or discomfort while crocheting, STOP. If you are left-handed, this is what the pencil hold should look like. 34 If you are left-handed, this is what the knife hold should look like. (Left-handers can look at any instructional drawings or photos in a mirror to see the proper position for them. ) When working with and learning from a right-handed crocheter, sit facing each other.

39 Successful crocheting depends on having the right tension on the yarn. This is achieved with the hand that is not holding the hook. The yarn has to flow over that hand and he controlled by it at the same time. Here is one way to hold the yarn. The third, fourth, and fifth fingers hold the yarn in place lightly. Do not grip the yarn tightly with those fingers, or you will feel like you are tugging the yarn and your stitches will he too tight to use. This is only one suggestion for how to hold yarn.

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