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Thread: Crochet Pattern for afghan using Bunny Tail Yarn

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    Senior Member Japonica's Avatar
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    Hi All!

    Went to Michael's tonight to just get out for awhile and discovered some new yarn. It is made by Loops and Threads and it is all little pompoms with some thread in between each pompom. They do not have a website since it is made exclusively for Michael's. Has anyone ever worked with this? It is so soft, but I was looking for a basic pattern for an afghan for my DGD. THANKS!!!!!!!!!

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    It seems like the little pom poms would keep the yarn from sliding on a crochet hook or on knitting needles.

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    Worked with something very similar sounding in the UK. It was difficult to work with to say the least.

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    Thanks! I was thinking the same thing...might be tricky!

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    Hi the yarn sounds yummy to work with ,just put it on a size 8 needle and give this a try you might have to go down a size. And the yarn will be worked(puff balls) on one side to look very pretty make sure that you have enough yarn to finish you lovely project

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAWNROBIN
    Hi the yarn sounds yummy to work with ,just put it on a size 8 needle and give this a try you might have to go down a size. And the yarn will be worked(puff balls) on one side to look very pretty make sure that you have enough yarn to finish you lovely project
    What letter would that be in a crochet hook? An H?

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    I also bought the bunny tail yarn used a K crochet hook works great, but what I am having trouble with after crocheting the first row after the chain row the second row the little balls wind up on the bottom don't know what to do would appreciate any advice. Thank you

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    Hi there,i also bought this pom pom yarn, and i think it is so fun. basic crochet pattern - i chained 100 stitches and then for each row - double crochet, chain 1, skip a stitch, repeating across the row. So far i am about 1/4 of the way done, it is so fluffy and is going to be very warm. I think this yarn is easy to work with, just don't pull the pom poms through the stitches, work in between the pom poms.

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