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March 15th, 2008, 09:54 AM
TaraJo827's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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Hello,

I post elsewhere on JM, but I wanted to drop in and say Hi here

I'm 27, married, have 2 boys (ages 4 & 3), one girl (12 months), and have another on the way.

I like to crochet (among other crafts), although I learned from a book and have never followed a pattern, and don't really know what stitches I'm using half the time I wondered, can anyone tell me the name of the stitch that is very tight and is often used to make stuffed animals? I suspect from looking at some online patterns that it's a single crochet, but is that right? I thought it looked different...

Thanks!

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March 15th, 2008, 12:42 PM
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I know alot of amigurumi (small stuffed animals usually crocheted in the round) are done with a SC . Here is a link to some cute free patterns.

http://amigurumipatterns.blogspot.co...label/patterns

I just ordered her book and the little animals are easy to make and work up fast with a small amount of yarn.
I will try to help you if you have any questions about following patterns . Basically just take it one small step at a time and all the stiches are in abreviations. Just let me know and I will try to help you out with that . I was once where you are now you get better at it with practice just like crochet.
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