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    Just got home from the hospital. Will have to do it in the morning so I don't wake everyone.

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    This is how I hold it tight. My mum doesn't wrap it around the finger so much. I take photo when I go up to the hospital today.

    Hope this helps.

    Btw I am making a tote bag.

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    That looks complicated, I don't think I have enough hands! Hahaha. I'll watch some videos on YouTube, thanks @anewme :-)

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    I too am trying to learn how to crochet, and am having the same issues. I can't believe what you ladies have made on your first go. Very impressive.

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    Thanks Anewme, I was wrapping it around my first finger not my second & it kept slipping off. Your way looks like it might work better so I'll give it a try

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    Mums hold.

    So she wraps around her little finger and I wrap it around my tall finger.

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    Anewme I love that stitch your mum is doing, me, my mum and my Aunty have made soooo many blankets using it! It's so quick too.


 

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