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ferndoodle
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Posted - 02/06/2008 :  8:37:53 PM  Show Profile Send ferndoodle a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I am in the middle of crocheting a baby afghan. I got the pattern off of the internet. It's called "Angel Baby Afghan" and was originally from "Grandma's Hookery". The website is http://www.allfreecrafts.com/crochet/baby-afghan.shtml

I'm having problems understanding rows 13 and 14. In row 13 I do the cluster but it just doesn't look right. When I do row 14 around the cluster, I don't understand where those stitches go? Any chance anyone has done this pattern and can explain how to do this? I'm trying to make it for a baby shower.

lella
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Posted - 02/21/2008 :  2:15:05 PM  Show Profile Send lella a Private Message  Reply with Quote
The only advice I can give is that the bobble-the cluster should pop out a little, and it looks like that is what the skipped chain and single crochet in rows 13 and the stitches in 14 are setting up for. The pattern doesn't look wrong but then...I've never made it.

Hopefully someone who has done this pattern will give you input. I think that row 14 is the defining row for the Heads of the angels.

Lella

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