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Amigurumi Basics: An Introductory Guide (Includes Pattern)

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Pyper
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Re: Amigurumi Basics: An Introductory Guide (Includes Patter

Post by Pyper »

Thankyou :) I'll go with 1 and 3 then. So the front loop would be (in this case) the outer loop and the back the inner? Thanks for your help - there is only so much books can teach me before I need to ask someone :P

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Re: Amigurumi Basics: An Introductory Guide (Includes Patter

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Yes, that would be correct. Usually when a pattern has you do something like this, the other loop(s) will be used for an add-on piece.
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