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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Day 4 of 4K Fun!!

Welcome to Day 4!

Today is day 4 of the 4K fun at Yarn Medley's from the Heart! Today, I want to ask you all to leave a comment of what the hardest stitch you have conquered is?

My next free pattern for you, is the Dancing Ribbons Poncho! (Clicking the link should take you directly to check out!)


This poncho has sizes from toddler to adult, and has a fun stitch to learn! The unique stitching adds such a lovely texture, and it is perfect for cool fall days!


Please add your projects to Ravelry, you never know what could be in store for doing so!

Be sure to check the Facebook Page for the guest designer of the day giveaway!!

36 comments:

  1. that darn puff or popcorn stitch I can do it but do stay away from patterns with it in as much as possible thanks for the lovely poncho pattern

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  2. So far I've stuck to the basic stitches since I've only been crocheting a couple months. But I'm hoping to increase my stitch knowledge!! Thank you so much!!

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  3. So far the most challenging stitch I've done is the FPTC. Thank you!

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  4. I'm fairly new to crochet, and worked my first fpdc and bpdc yesterday, looks harder than it is, but love the finished effect x thanks for the patterns, you're so kind

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  5. I'm still struggling with a combination of the love knot and the puff stitch. I've seen youtube tutorials in Dutch, English, Portuguese, Russian you name it! I've tried everything, but I'm still not friends with this stitch

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  6. Like the ladies above, I too have only been crocheting for about 6 months. So, at the moment I hardest stitch would have to be the magic circle. Thanks for your lovely patterns!

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  7. Honestly? Foundation anything lol. I tried it awhile back and was having a hard time so I said screw it. A recent CAL by KT and the Squid made me try it again and I swore I was going to get it right. Well, I finally did!

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  8. I've been crocheting for about 50 years and I've recently discovered the Foundation Stitch. I have to refer to it every time so I think it's the hardest for me. I WILL learn it!!! Thanks for the pattern!!

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  9. Not sure of the technical name, but I had trouble mastering the wrap or maybe bullion st ??? Trying to keep the 8 or 9 yos even tension and in place was hard

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  10. I've been crocheting for 40+ years so I've done a lot of stitches. I guess the hardest for me is a FPDC Cluster because it really tires my hands Next is the Loop Stitch I used to make a lamb for my granddaughter. Again, just hard in my old hands.

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  11. The hardest stitch for me so far has been the popcorn stitch, just can't get it to look like it's supposed to.

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  12. The crocodile stitch was a challenge but I beat it down and made a lovely flower.

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  13. The crocodile stitch was a challenge but I beat it down and made a lovely flower.

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  14. The crocodile stitch was a challenge but I beat it down and made a lovely flower.

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  15. Hardest one I've learned is the crocodile stitch. One I've tried repeatedly and just can't get, is the chainless foundation. Having a lefty tut would help a lot but as of yet, I don't know of any.

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  16. I agree...the crocodile stitch...but they have all been hard....I am a lefty but I crochet righty..and I have MS so it takes a while to get the hang of most stitches...but I love it!!! Thank you for the beautiful patterns =)

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  17. I can do the crab stitch and it looks great now, but it took me awhile to get it even.

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  18. I can do the crab stitch and it looks great now, but it took me awhile to get it even.

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  19. loop stitch. I made a cupcake pillow that had about 20 rows of it and after doing 4 rows I realized i had it wrong and it was too loose so I had to FROG IT :(

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  20. The hardest stitch I've tried is the broomstitch (think that's what it's called) I can't seem to hold anything right. Lol

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  21. The crocodile stitch is a killer

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  22. The hardest for me is foundation stitches...any of them. But I'm slowly getting better. :) Thanks!

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  23. I have about 40 years of experience and getting trc or longer stitches even is still a challenge for me lol. It took some practice but I finally conquered the foundation stitches and it opens up so much possibility for design options!

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  24. It took me a while to get neat crab stitch. I find it so fiddly

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  25. Basketweave Stitch took me a while to catch on.

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  26. I think the hardest stitch I have mastered is the bobble stitch.

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  27. Bullions were a big challenge for me.

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  28. Bobbles are a challenge for me :(

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  29. Years ago, and it was around 1977 I made a jacket from a McCall's booklet. I can not be certain of the name of the stitch. But it took me around 2 weeks to learn. The jacket took much longer. I realized afterwards it was advanced and I was a beginner.

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  30. The Crocodile Stitch has been a doozy for me! Thank you for sharing your patterns!

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  31. Magic circle and front post double crochet.

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