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ok... here's the thing. I started to crochet because there are a lot of different and neat things you can do with it and, it was something that has kind of always interested me. I started and I practiced and practiced until I felt I was good enough to start making things from the book i bought. I practiced making the chain and stuff like it told me to and that, before moving on. But, there is a problem, the book I have is completely wrong. it tells me to cast off when I know I shouldn't, it tells me to add stitches were they don't need to be added and other things like that. I started a scarf for my fiance because, I figured it was the easiest thing to do, how could I mess that up? well...I did. I started out fine but, when I took a distant look at it, it's narrowing as I go along. I have tried adding stitches and it doesn't seem to work. I have pictures of it up in my gallery if anyone wants to take a look. I just, don't know what to do to fix it or even how to keep the edges straight once I fix them. I have looked all over on the net for a place to ask my question and there seems to be no place to do so without making a subscription, payment or not, and then making a blogger name and a whole bunch of other things lol. So, I come to you, good people of deviant art, to help me with this more than likely very basic question to find a, possibly even more basic, solution.

please help, it would really REALLY be appreciated!

thank you so very much in advance!

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