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5 LITTLE MONSTERS

SCARFSHACK VIA ETSY
You’ll need to start this project with a base chain of an even number; this will determine how wide you want your blanket to be. Shoot for somewhere between 40 and 70 for a throw.

ROCKET ST. GEORGE

Your first two rows set you up for the rest of the project. After your initial chain, single crochet into the fourth chain from the hook, chain one, skip the next chain, single crochet into the stitch after that. Chain one. Skip. Continue to the end of the row.

 

LAVENDER AND ROSE BLOG
Check out the video below to see how to work the next two rows, which consist of single crochets and chains, to get the rest of the pattern.

MOOGLY BLOG
This stitch is a great option for beginners and for crochet gurus that want a simple way to use up leftover yarn for a quick project. Share this stitch with your friends on Facebook and show them how easy crochet can be!
12. Faucet. There’s no reason why you should live with gunky faucets. It doesn’t look too good, and the gunk only builds up more over time. To bring back the shiny glory of your faucets simply dip an old cotton shirt in some white vinegar and use that to wipe down the dirty that’s build up over time.
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