kirstyandstuff: What am I doing wrong?
Submitted by kirstyandstuff: Okay so, I’m hoping some of you guys can help me xD I’m making baby booties; the pattern has a straight seam going up the side where the rounds are joined. My seam veers off though, and I keep finding that although I’ve finished the round in terms of how many stitches there -should- be, I still have stitches left to crochet into before I reach the start of the round. (So I’ve added stitches somehow, but the round before was fine, and I havent inc’d or anything…) Help? What am I doing wrong? D:
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- sofa-monster answered: you might have added a stitch into the actual seam
- maddylouiseee answered: Maybe you crocheted too many stitches into one of the stitches. Sometimes if I’m not looking, I put 2 stitches in one by accident.
- gamingurumi answered: be careful when starting the new round. the first chain 1 or 2 counts as it’s own stitch so don’t make another stitch in the same spot.
- shipsandshows answered: If you sl st to finish a rnd, that can cause a slanted seam. If this is the case, you might be adding an extra st when starting the next rnd.
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