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It’s time to start getting these squares ready to be put together! This week we are just adding a simple border to all of the squares ready to attach them next week.
Let’s get crocheting,
CAL – Part 39
Border – pt.1
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- DK yarn in white – I’m still using Stylecraft DK yarn that I got in my order from Deramores =D
- 3mm hook
- Embroidery or Darning needle ( for weaving in ends )
- Double crochet (dc)
- Slip stitch (sl st)
For each square, we attach the yarn into the corner. Each square needs 5 (dc, ch 5) repeats on each side, and (dc, ch 3) on each corner. In total, each square will have 20 (dc, ch 5)’s and 4 (dc, ch 3)’s.
The positioning of the chs doesn’t matter too much, just try to make them as even as possible. For squares like the clover square, begin on a ‘corner’ and work around. If working with ch 5’s is too tight, then feel free to ch 6’s instead.
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