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Oh yes. Following the directions for super mini oval, just needed one more row,as you state verbally in the video. Worked out well.
Thank you!! I did an oval backing too. For some reason, I started crocheting in the backdrops, and just continued. Then I sewed them together together. Mailed it off today to my son in college. What I thought I could add was a hanging loop so it could hang on a door knob or on the wall. Another idea was to hot glue a heavy magnet to the back. Thanks for a unique pattern.I might want to try the dark knight logo. That is more angular, more geometric.Hmmmm
Ok. So I followed the oval instructions on the video for the mini. I only needed the extra row. My wings came out a bit funky; I think I missed a stitch or two. So I sort of folded the wider parts to match the other wing. Not bad.
Just posted my project on Ravelry.com. Made thus fir my son in college. Wanted to send him something that would make him smile along with a gift card tobstarbucks.
Hello. I'm working on the mini version, using an F hook and worsted yarn. My bat is about 3/4 finished. Doing the points is hard and I have to guess a bit where to fit the stitches in. I've been working with the video.Question: will mini fit on super mini oval? Is there a way to adjust the oval so that the mini fits on it? I'm trying to post a picture which took on my kindle. The quality isn't so great.With the yarn taxis, it looks spider-ish
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