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Crochet the Galaxy Stitch

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Learn how to Crochet the Galaxy Stitch with this easy tutorial from Patty Biehler.  Once you master this simple crochet stitch, you can create lots of fun projects!  The Galaxy Stitch is great for scarves, sweaters, dishcloths, and more!

 

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poor quality video

This video is a joke. You cannot follow instructions for something you cannot see. It is very easy TO do with written instructions with still pictures that you can see . If you are trying to learn the galaxy stitch ,PLEASE, PLEASE "DO NOT" watch this video !!!!! It will only confuse you , then you will miss out on a beautiful stitch ! PLEASE REMOVE THIS VIDEO , IT IS NOT APRIL FOOLS DAY !!!!!!!!!!

Star stitch perhaps? I really can't see/understand what is going on here. I don't think the instructor knows either. :/

Yarn too dark, position to camera not clear

I think she has her heart in the right place, however as an instructor myself, I feel she should have scripted her instructions to make it less confusing. Terminology is of utmost importance, as is consistency when teaching. This video had neither. In addition, the color yard should have been lighter to make it easier to see the details. I would like to see written instructions, perhaps from another instructor. I 'get' the idea of this stitch & have made sense of these instructions...not all of you out there have my 37 years of experience to draw from though! Shows that not everyone that is good at something is always good at teaching the skill...

Written instructions would have been better!

should have used a beige chunky yarn so that we could see what the stitch looked like

I feel that a different type of yarn should have been used. It was very difficult to see the stitch and I wasn't able to see how it turned out.

I was very dissapointed in the video. Could not see the stiche at all and the way it was told was very unclear . Norma Oct. 20 2012

I was unable to see what the stitch looked like and exactly what you were doing by you using that color of yarn

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