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7 thoughts on “Crochet!

  1. February 11, 2016 at 7:45 pm Reply

    I would like to know the proper way to hold the yarn in my left hand,. Thank you


  2. February 11, 2016 at 7:44 pm Reply

    I have been crocheting for a while but still consider myself a novice. Everything I make always has uneven stitches. I try to hold my thread the same but no help. What is the proper way to hold the yarn. Thank you


  3. sarah February 6, 2015 at 8:36 pm Reply

    I am an experienced crocheter and my sole curves also using red heart yarn and various sized hooks. Have to keep manipulating it with my fingers to get it into a straight shape. I’ve come to the conclusion that you have to use different tensions on different areas of the sole to get the result you want using tight stitches in some places and loose ones in other places. It’s such a cute pattern though that it is worth working on it.


  4. Janet September 22, 2014 at 12:14 am Reply

    Just stopping by to say “HELLO” and let you know I’m so in love with your site😊❤️


    • Tanya Naser September 22, 2014 at 3:23 pm Reply

      HELLO!! And thanks so much for dropping me a comment! ❤


  5. Debi July 8, 2014 at 10:11 pm Reply

    Hi HodgePodge, I absolutely love the Loopy Boots! I have only been crocheting about a year and still consider myself a novice at the craft. I have made one Loopy Boot 10 times and I still have a wavy sole!! The wave starts at the very beginning on my chain 12! I’ve tried tightening/loosening my stitches but still come out wavy! I have completed the boot once and the sole many times all with the same results. Do you have any suggestions? I am following your directions exactly. HELP PLEASE.


    • Tanya Naser July 8, 2014 at 10:55 pm Reply

      Without seeing your work, I’m going to guess that you are accidentally increasing your work in that spot. Whenever your crochet starts to wave it means you have too many sts in one spot 🙂 Perhaps it might be easier to see your work by trying a pair using a large hook and bright (solid color) red heart super saver yarn. Make sure you use a stitch marker too! Sometimes you can’t really tell where those sts in the toe are! A stitch marker can be invaluable for keeping extra sts out.

      If I’m struggling with sts I always size it way up so that I can visualize what I’m doing and learn where that hook goes when I size it back to normal. Hope that helps!!


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