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Remember cross multiplication from elementary school? In order to find x, you first multiply 7 by 18. Then you divide that answer by 2. So in this case you have 7 × 18 = 126 and 126 ÷ 2 = 63 stitches. Working 63 stitches produces a back width of 18 inches. Never skip over the gauge stage when you create your own crochet masterpieces. The gauge swatch is a necessary tool for creating a useful and beautiful work of art. Chapter 4 Decoding Crochet Patterns In This Chapter ▶ Getting familiar with the various sections in crochet patterns ▶ Reading written pattern instructions ▶ Recognizing stitch symbols and diagrams as instructions S ometimes you may work thousands of stitches for one crochet project.
It’s great for afghans, sweaters, scarves, hats, slippers, and toys. ✓ Chunky weight: This yarn is sometimes referred to as heavy worsted or bulky weight. It’s thicker than worsted weight and is used for afghans, jackets, and rugs. ✓ Super bulky weight: This yarn is a very thick, warm yarn and is generally used to make jackets, afghans, rugs, and heavy outdoor sweaters. Chapter 2: Tools of the Trade Lace weight Fingering weight Sport weight Double Knitting weight Worsted weight Chunky weight Figure 2-3: A comparison of yarn weights.
In this case, the finished sweater would be 4 whole inches larger than intended. Many sweater patterns allow for your row gauge being off a little by telling you to work to the desired length in inches, regardless of how many rows it takes you to get there. However, if your stitch gauge is off, your sweater may be too wide or too narrow, and that’s something you can’t adjust without tearing out all of your hard work and at least some of your hair. Note: The yarn manufacturer may also recommend a particular gauge on the yarn label.
8 3 in PG (2, q) by Abdul-Elah M.S., Al-Dhahir M.W.