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Topic: Stuffie/Amigurumi makers - which way do you crochet?  (Read 3403 times)
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Komekoro
« Reply #20 on: June 14, 2012 04:59:54 PM »

Most of the time I crochet along the outside. There was one project - a large bag - that it was easier to put the yarn in the bag and crochet along the inside! On Amigurumis I always crochet on the outside, especially on legs/arms/tails where I put my pinkie inside the shape I am crocheting so that it is easier to find each st!
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