How to Crochet the Flash and Reverse-Flash Logos

Introduction: How to Crochet the Flash and Reverse-Flash Logos

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If you're looking to learn how to crochet the Flash logo or the Reverse-Flash logo, you've come to the right place! In this tutorial, you will learn how to crochet both logos at the same time! I created them to be used as drink coasters, so each logo measures roughly four inches in diameter.

If you're planning on crocheting the Flash logo, you will need some yellow and white yarn. If you're going to crochet the Reverse-Flash logo, you will need some red and black yarn. A 5 mm crochet hook was used for this tutorial.

Step 1: Crocheting the Flash or Reverse-Flash Logo

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    10 Discussions

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    JPGranny
    JPGranny

    Question 1 year ago on Step 1

    Why is this not available? do you have a PDF pattern for it I could read?

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    JPGranny
    JPGranny

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you! I'll give that a try.

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    jaylyna
    jaylyna

    3 years ago

    Hi there! I was wondering if there is a glitch in the video today or if it has been taken down for good? Or if you have a written pattern instead?

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    Lateaqua
    Lateaqua

    5 years ago

    This was very easy to follow, I just have a question though, I'm planning to make a flash blanket for a friend of mine who is a flash freak, is there a way to make this pattern into a queen sized blanket?

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    TheSamAntics
    TheSamAntics

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Hello! I'm so sorry for the delay; I didn't see your comment. The best thing to do would be to multiply everything by one number. When you make that first single crochet foundation chain of nine stitches, keep adding nine stitches until you're happy with the width. Then, use the number of times that you crocheted nine times and multiply everything else by that number. For example, if you wind up with seventy-two single crochet foundation chain stitches, the number of times you will be multiplying everything else in the pattern will be eight. That goes for stitches AND rows. It may be a good idea to keep a pen and paper handy to keep track of what you do for each row. That way, if you take a break, you'll know where you left off.

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    IGYdesigns
    IGYdesigns

    5 years ago

    This is awesome! :-)