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Topic: So it turns out I've been doing joined rounds incorrectly this entire time  (Read 1597 times)
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Drossy
« on: May 07, 2011 06:45:58 PM »

Many of us know that there are two popular methods of crocheting amigurumi: The continuous rounds and the joined rounds. Of course, I'm probably the only one who thought that joined rounds necessitated turning. But it's just as well. Many of my free handed amigurumi require turning regardless (normally on flat parts, rather than on the parts that get stuffed), and the sudden change in texture would probably look odd.

So even though I now know my "mistake," I'm still probably going to keep using join-turn rounds on a lot of my dolls. Does anyone else turn between each round? Or am I alone in this?
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