If you've crocheted a 10-stitch blanket ... I have a question
I have a lot of small balls and want to experiment with a 10-stitch crochet blanket: I want to use 5 or 6 stitches instead of 10. Was wondering if it matters if I have an even or odd number of stitches? Concerned about the corners.
With my small color amounts, I want to get longer sections of color. Any advice? Thanks for your expertise.
I personally don't think the number of stitches is crucial - I made one with 8 sts, but remember the less number is sts makes it less rectangular. Using only 5 sts would make it almost square. This is only my personal assessment - others may have more knowledge and disagree. However, you can do whatever you personally wish - it's still a free world in knitting and ctocheting.
Thank you! I'll keep that in mind.
This is something wanted to try for some time.. sister in law was given one in the ten stitch and it seemed quite large.. but was very nice gift.. thought of making a larger than usual swatch maybe ending up for a baby or child for trying it out some hope we get some answers on this.. thanks for the question....
I've never seen one in crochet, I'll have to look on you tube
Depends on your pattern, IMHO