By Elmer A. Norvell
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Begin the front of your garment and work up to the pocket opening; then insert the pocket as follows: Centering pocket on front section, pin to back of work, work across front to pocket lining, then work across the pocket lining stitches, skip the same amount of stitches on front, then work remaining front stitches, and finish front as required. When finished, sew pocket lining down to inside of garment. 3 Zipper Insertion When you insert a zipper into a garment seam, you want the garment edges to close over the zipper teeth, but still allow the zipper to operate freely.
Row 2 (dec row 1): Ch 3 (counts as tr), 2 dc in next ch-2 space, [2 tr, ch 2, 1 dc] in next ch-2 space, rep from * across to last ch-2 sp, 2 dc in last ch-2 sp, tr in top of turning ch, turn. Row 3 (dec row 2): Ch 3 (counts as tr), skip next 3 sts, [2 tr, ch 2, 1 dc] in next ch-2 space, rep from * across to last 5 sts, sk next 4 dc, tr in top of turning ch, turn (18 [18, 20, 22] shells). 5, 23, 24] cm) from beginning, fasten off. 62 THE COMPLETE PHOTO GUIDE TO CROCHET Left Front Right Front With MC and 4/E hook, ch 34 (38, 42, 46).
Pick up 1 stitch for every row for double crochet (2). For instance, if you have worked 20 rows of double crochet, you will pick up 20 stitches. These guidelines work for most people, but not all. Your work must lie flat, and sometimes you will have to experiment to judge how to proceed. If your edges are rippling, like a ruffle, you are picking up too many stitches; if they are pulling in, you are picking up too few stitches. The best way to get an even edge is to divide the length to be worked into 4 parts.