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[Crochet] MR sc4, R1 sc4 also, how?

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Post time: 2018-2-25 05:01
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Edited by DragonflyKJ at 2018-2-25 07:02

Hello all,

How are we today? I am a bit stuck on a part of a pattern I am currently in the middle of, it is to make a dog and I am at the tail where it asks for 4sc into a MR, next round is just 4sc too, and I cannot for the life of me make this work, it seems like not enough stitches to be able to go around and I am so frustrated Is there a trick to making this work please? I am still relatively new to reading crochet patterns/making toys and I am a bit stuck.

Any help will be greatly appreciated please
Thank you!

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Post time: 2018-2-25 06:16
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no entiendo cual es el problema. Si tienes 4sc en un MR, en la siguiente ronda tienes 4sc. Si el problema es que te es dificil trabajar los 4sc, puedes dejar mas abierto el Mr y despues de la 2° ronda cerrarlo
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Post time: 2018-2-25 07:47
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When it is that tight, I will work inside out. After 3 rows, I will turn it right side out then keep working normally.


Thank you so very much for the tip, I will give this a go :D  Post time 2018-2-27 07:20
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Post time: 2018-2-25 18:42
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I do the same as randonmane. Sometimes I turn it out after a couple of rows with the help of the crochet hook. Sometimes I just work inside out to the end and leave it as it is. For example, when I am going to use the Velco to make the piece fluffy aftewards so it won't be visible that it is the wrong side of the piece.
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Post time: 2018-3-18 19:37
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I struggle with this as well, I put a bit of contrast thread in each stitch as I make it, then it would come from back to front on the next stitch (like using a thread marker going up only going around) this helps me see where the stitches on the next row should be.  I hate small circumference amigurumi, unless I am really in love with a pattern anything under 8sc in a round is a nono
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Post time: 2018-10-20 03:32
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good luck!
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