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Saturday, November 4, 2017
Meandering Paw Prints Scarf VIDEO Tutorial
Since the Meandering Paw Prints scarf pattern was released I have been inundated with requests for a video tutorial. Many people do not read patterns, or they are just having trouble understanding the pattern and stitch placement. I have FINALLY got one done!! It is my first pattern tutorial and I am not the most proficient with video editing, so you will see that sometimes the text begins to float (I blame this on the app I used to do the editing) LOL But I sincerely hope that this tutorial will help those of you who don't read patterns to dive in and learn!!
And of course, I could not do this without my volunteer testers!! I did have to dive into a new testing pool for this one. My usual testers can just about make this paw print in their sleep. So I found some volunteers among some individuals who had private messaged me at my Amy B Stitched facebook page for help with the pattern at just the right time!! THANK YOU La Toya, Mellie, and Jennifer!!
Remember....I am a human and sometimes make mistakes!! If you find an error with my pattern, please let me know in the comment section and I will try to correct it as soon as possible!!! If you are having difficulty with my pattern, the best way to contact me for help is through my Amy B Stitched Facebook page.
This is an Original Design by Amy B Stitched. Feel free to make for profit, but remember to give credit to me, and link back to my blog www.amysastitchatatime.blogspot.com
Thank You!!! Amy B
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Materials: Worsted weight/size 4/medium yarn, approx 6 ounces; size I/9/5.50mm crochet hook; yarn needle; copy of the pattern found here
Stitches you need to know: Chain - ch, double crochet - dc, single crochet - sc,