Frequent question: What does F o mean in crochet?

FO = finished object. This term is not necessarily used in crochet patterns but it is a common abbreviation used among crafters when talking about their work online. What does F mean crochet? F. flo – front loop only. foll – follow(ing) FPdc – Front Post double crochet. What does FO mean in amigurumi? FO. …

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How do you identify the difficulty of a sewing pattern?

In some cases you can tell by the style of the garment how easy or difficult a garment is. If the level of difficulty isn’t listed and you can’t tell by the style on the front of the sewing pattern envelope, take a quick look at the pattern’s line drawings and sewing instructions. What are …

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Question: How do you clean dust out of a sewing machine?

Use a nylon brush to collect all the dust and get in between all the nooks and crannies. (Don’t use compressed canned air and blast inside your machine as this will further wedge debris inside.) If you have a bobbin case, take that out and clean thoroughly. Also make sure to get inside and in-between …

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Can Crochet be felted?

Felting is an ancient craft that is still popular today. … Wet felting is a great way to create a soft and dense fabric out of woolen knit, crochet, or woven projects, such as slippers, bags, mittens, and more. The process uses heat, agitation, and moisture to shrink and bond the wool fibers together. Can …

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How do you remove embroidery without a seam ripper?

What can I use instead of a seam ripper? Embroidery Scissors are a great alternative because they have long slender, pointy blade tips; the scissor tips can get under layers of thread easier than a seam ripper. Is there a way to remove embroidery? You can remove embroidery by using embroidery scissors, but using that …

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