What are crochet multiples?
When multiples are mentioned in a crochet pattern they are referring to how many chain stitches you need to make to create a foundation chain that will support the sequence of stitches required for the design in the pattern.
How do you multiply a crochet pattern?
As single crochet stitches are square, in theory you can double the size of an amigurumi pattern without changing the yarn or hook by doubling both the number of stitches in each round and the number of rounds, so each stitch of the pattern is turned into a 2×2 square of stitches (2 stitches wide and 2 rounds tall).
What does pattern repeat mean in crochet?
Pattern repeats are usually done over a specific number of stitches and a specific number of rows. The stitch patterns may be given at the start of a pattern, or you may see it because you repeat the same row or rows of the pattern multiple times.
How many chains do you need to crochet a blanket?
To give you an estimate, the chain stitches you’ll need for a blanket range from 90 to 225 chains. This is because every blanket type differs in size, and you have to consider the yarn thickness and personal gauge. You may also be using a bigger hook, so the chains you’ll do might be lesser.
How do you figure out yardage for crochet?
To begin, multiply your yardage by 36 to get the length in inches. So, if I have 110 yards, that’s 3960 inches. Divide this number by your inch/stitch measurement (that you got in step 2), which for single crochet with a worsted weight is 1.8″. 3960/1.8 is 2200 single crochets!
What are the multiples of 3?
The first ten multiples of 3 are listed below: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30.
What does pattern mean in crochet?
Crochet patterns are worked in either rows or rounds (rnds). Each pattern will specify whether you are working in rows, rounds or a combination of both. Most crochet patterns are rated according to level of difficulty, including beginner, easy, intermediate and advanced.
What does a multiple of 3 1 mean in crochet?
When reading a crochet pattern you may come across a line that says something like, make a foundation chain of 3+1 stitches or something similar. This is the stitch multiple used in that pattern. Different patterns will have different numbers depending on how they are made up.