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Super helpful! Thank you!
Sorry for my late response. Life has gotten in the way.I'm sorry you are having trouble with it! I promise the next origami tutorial I put up will be something super easy. Don't wait on me though! There are plenty of other tutorials on instructables as well as the internet! Happy Origami!
Sorry for my late response. Life has gotten in the way.I actually do not know the answer to that. If you figure it out, I would love to know!
Sorry for my late response. Life has gotten in the way.Yes, it will end up as a tube. You end up flattening it like when you fold a pair of socks. As for how wide, that really depends on how tight your stitches are. Mine ended up being about 6" wide. I have given it away since making the instructable, but I will be sure to measure with the next one I make.
Sorry for my late response. Life has gotten in the way.If you are still looking for the answer to this, I would do about 35 rows of MC, then 35 rows of SC, repeating the blocks until you have 5 or 7 blocks depending on how long you want it. Happy knitting!
Sorry for my late response. Life has gotten in the way.Hopefully you have figured it out or are still willing to try. I don't really know how else to explain it. So sorry. But I did find this video and they seem to do a good job with it :) https://youtu.be/S-b8hLdPiQUAlso, I would keep the same row counts. But feel free to be creative. JK never completely described them, so in my opinion you cannot be wrong :)
Sorry for my late response. Life has gotten in the way. That should work. You also do not have to use this particular yarn. I've made it with other yarns as well. Caron Simply Soft is nice too!
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