ANOTHER SQUARE!!

I have just completed this square. Sorry for a messed up photo, but I will take another photograph tomorrow morning.

It took me about one hour and I had to keep my stitch very loose, when you crochet with thread you tend to crochet very tight so I have to reprogram my mind to keep it loose, to relax, yarn is easy on your hand.

I have noticed that they are adding Aloe to yarn so it can glide faster, I think it is a fantastic idea. I don’t like fighting with my stitches it just wears me out but it tones my arms and give me muscles, I am not kidding.

Well goodnight and sleep well…. 

 

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  1. Aloe in the yarn is wonderful. It glides, and it helps your hands, too!

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    • yep, whoever came up with that idea deserves some type of honor, ha ha

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      • Oh, now I have to go and research whose idea that was…

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        • lol…Wendy please visit my blog for a Labor Day Party okay???

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          • Ah, so that’s how it’s working…I spotted the post, thought it would be at your blog. I’ll be there!

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          • I’m looking for the “leave comment” link in your post, Bullion/Roll Stitch…can’t find it! I found the coolest video for this, wanted to post the link…I’ll leave that to you. The video is not in English, but it’s so clear, it doesn’t need to be.
            It incorporate the use of a big darning needle, laid along side the crochet hook, to make getting the loops to slide right off the hook. I suppose you could also use a very fine knitting needle? Sock needle?

            I’m trying it now. It’s a little clunky at first, but smoothing out, and it really does make those loops just slide off.
            Wendy

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            • yes, you know I saw it on you tube but I don’t have a needle that adapts soo smoothly to my crochet needle but i am still practicing, I think that stitch gives a dramatic flair to any project….

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              • Me, too. I love that stitch, and with freeform crochet, it’s all but a must-have. I don’t think I have a needle that fits as well with the big hooks, the bulky, hand-spun yarns. I just carefully pick all the loops off the hook one at a time.

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