Question: Why does my crochet have so many holes?

Why are there so many holes in my crochet?

What is important is that your work is as tight as you can comfortably make it. If you see holes in your work, either try working with a tighter tension or go down a hook size so that your stitches are nice and tight.

Does it matter which way you turn your work in crochet?

It may not seem like it matters, but turning in crochet ought to be done consistently each time. That is, you should be turning the same way every time you turn to the next side. The turn creates a neat edge, which is important if you are joining two pieces or seaming garments.

What crochet stitch has no holes?

Here are three of the best ‘no holes’ crochet stitches, to help you make draught-free projects for everyone: The moss stitch, a no-holes baby blanket and the ribbed half double crochet. You can use any type of yarn for no-holes projects, with hooks that are appropriate.

Is it normal for crochet to curl?

The most common reasons crochet edges curl is because tension is too tight (gauge is off), the foundation chain stitches are too tight, there are not enough stitches crocheted in the round, and increases or decreases are inconsistently crocheted in the round.

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Why is my crochet going sideways?

Crochet blankets can come out slanted, crooked, or warped for a number of reasons. You may have accidentally missed making or added extra stitches into the beginning or the end of a row. Your tension could have changed due to your position, a change in the hook you were using, or a change in yarn color.