What is a standing SC crochet?

You see, it is really quite simple. It is just a normal single crochet stitch, but started in thin air. Adding new yarn like this instead of in the traditional (sl st, ch 1, sc) way, you don’t end up with a visible slip stitch at the beginning of the round. What does standing mean …

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Do you have to put a border on a quilt?

Yes, borders are an easy way to make a quilt bigger, but what if a design is better without a border or frame? What if adding a border would just be a distraction? You could add a border to on-point designs to “hold them in,” but it isn’t necessary, as shown here in “Raspberry Dessert.” …

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Can you make a no sew blanket with cotton?

So you want to make a cotton blanket, but you don’t know how to sew and don’t own a sewing machine. Don’t give up on the project, because you will still be able to do it without sewing skills or a sewing machine. You just need a few items and the skills to cut a …

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Can you knit a 4 ply pattern with 8 ply wool?

I would try knitting a tension swatch, using the 4ply yarn double and the recommended needles for the 8-ply pattern you like. If it’s close to the required tension for your project, you could tweak the needle size to get it perfect, and then you will be good to go. What can I knit with …

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Are sewing pattern sizes the same as regular sizes?

Ready to wear sizes and sewing pattern sizes are not the same systems, so never assume your sewing pattern size is the same as the ready to wear size you’re used to buying. … For skirts and trousers you always choose your size by the hip measurement, and then adjust the pattern to your waist. …

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Your question: What would you put in a sewing box?

Why do we need to have a sewing box? Sewing boxes are great for storing a wide variety of sewing equipment and supplies in a single, convenient place. They are the ultimate kit for all of your sewing and crafting supplies. Sewing boxes are designed to carry tiny things. Like needles, buttons and thread. How …

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You asked: Which state of DNA is considered a string of beads?

DNA wraps around histone proteins, forming nucleosomes and the so-called beads on a string structure (euchromatin). What are the beads on a string of DNA called? Under the microscope in its extended form, chromatin looks like beads on a string. The beads are called nucleosomes. Each nucleosome is composed of DNA wrapped around eight proteins …

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