# How many skeins of Red Heart Comfort yarn would it take to make a 100 inch by 100 inch blanket using double crochet when each skein has 683 yards in length and weighs 12 ounces?

### How do you crochet a blanket?

There are many ways to crochet a blanket. If you want a basic afghan, you can make a foundation chain as long as you want and then crochet across each row with a single or double crochet stitch until you have the desired length. But if you want something more decorative, there are many free patterns available on the Internet. Just search for "free crochet afghan pattern" on Google.

### Can you substitute double crochet for single crochet in a pattern?

If you substitute double crochet for single crochet your finished product will not be the same size nor look the same. If you are working on a project where size does not matter, you can substitute 1 double crochet row for each single crochet row and your finished length will be approximately the same. This would NOT work for clothing or anything that has shape to it or that needs to be a particular size…

### What does post mean in crochet?

The word "post" in crochet is referring to the whole stitch--generally a "tall" stitch (such as a double crochet, triple crochet, etc). The reason the instructions refer to the stitch in the row below, is so the crocheter understands that you are to stitch around the stitch below--the "post" of the stitch. Otherwise, if the instructions stated that you were to double crochet the next stitch, you would understand that you would be double crocheting…

### How do you do front post crochet stitches?

A front post stitch means instead of crocheting in the top loops of the stitch below, to crochet around the "post" which is the length of the stitch. For instance, how a double crochet is taller than a single crochet, that height is where you crochet around. I would go to youtube.com to find tutorials as it is much easier to learn visually than explained.

### What are the different crochet symbols different stitches?

There are dozens, perhaps even hundreds, of different stitches, each with their own symbols. You can quickly find a chart with a search, but for the basic stitches you would use a small oval for a chain, a dot for a slip stitch, an x or cross for a single crochet. A double crochet is a tall T with a diagonal line in the center of the length. A triple crochet would be made just…

### Can you substitute single crochet instead of half double crochet?

yes you can but you will need more yarn as you are going to need more rows to make the same size item .. The width will not be effected at all .. if you are making a blanket it is easy just continue till same length .. if you are making a garment you will have to adjust the pattern for the height differences .. for example they may say you need 20 rows…

### How do you crochet a slouchy hat?

To crochet a slouchy hat start by crocheting 4 chain stitches join first chain with the fourth chain by doing a slip stitch chain 3, do 10 double crochets in the middle join with the three chains by doing a slip stitch now keep doind double crochet until the hat comes to the length that you want it. then do at least 5 rows of single crochets and VUALA! how do you like your new…

### Write a program to find a area of a square?

#include <iostream> using std::cin; using std::cout; using std::endl; void getData(double& length, double& width); double Area(double length, double width); int main() { double length = 0.0; double width = 0.0; getData(length, width); cout << endl << "Area is: " << Area(length, width) << endl; system("PAUSE"); return 0; } void getData(double& length, double& width) { cout << endl << "Enter length: "; cin >> length; cout << "Enter width: "; cin >> width; } double Area(double length…

### Why does the blanket im crocheting curve?

It might be one of two problems. You may be adding extra stitches accidentally which will cause a curve because of the added length. But most likely it has to do with your tension. If you don't keep the same amount of tension on the yarn as you crochet, then some stitches will be tighter and some looser. You may be able to fix some of the curving with blocking after you finish the project.

### What is the best size for crochet single bed blanket?

A twin bed is 39" x 75". An X-large twin is 39" x 80". You'd want your afghan to be a bit wider since there will be a body lifting it up and you may want it to go a bit over the sides of the bed. The length is flexible since you would only need the afghan to cover the part of the bed below the pillow.

### What would the inches be if a blanket that was 86 inches square?

There is no direct relationship between the area of an object and its linear dimensions. Consider the following: Suppose the length of the blanket, in inches, is any number L which is greater than sqrt(86 sq inches) = 9.27 inches approx. Let W = 86/L inches. Then a blanket with Length L and Width W will have an area of L*W = L*(86/L) = 86 sq inches. Since L can have any one of an…

### How do you draw a circuit diagram of an electric blanket?

The way I have done this with things such as heaters, window defrosters, etc. is to model the heating element as a resistor (or a set of resistors in different parallel and series combinations, based on the layout). The wire used in the electric blanket (the heating elements) should have a specific resistance per length; calculate the length of the different sections, and create a lumped resistive element of this total length.

### How do you crochet cables and lace broom stick pattern?

You can use a very large knitting needle for bigger loops and you can create different rows with different size stitches. The only stitch that you need to know is single crochet, can you believe it? For this tutorial, I used my favorite crochet thread in size 3 with a size C crochet hook and a size 17 knitting needle. The usual grouping of stitches is 4 to 6. Your initial chain will vary in…

### How long does it take to drive 736 miles going 65 mph?

Time = Distance/Speed = 736/65 = 11.323 hours (approx). That assumes that you can maintain the speed for that length of time without stoppages for comfort, rest, food or fuel. Time = Distance/Speed = 736/65 = 11.323 hours (approx). That assumes that you can maintain the speed for that length of time without stoppages for comfort, rest, food or fuel. Time = Distance/Speed = 736/65 = 11.323 hours (approx). That assumes that you can maintain…

### C plus plus program to implement function overloading?

//This program shows overloading for the function Area(...). First time it's used to //calculate area of circle second one for square. #include <iostream> using std::cin; using std::cout; using std::endl; using std::setprecision; double Area(double radius); //prototype for area of circle double Area(double length, double width); //prototype for area of square const double PI(3.142); int main() { double radius(0.0); cout << endl << "Enter radius: "; cin >> radius; double length(0.0); cout << "Enter length: "; cin…

### Write a java program to compute correlation?

public class Correlation { public static double getPearsonCorrelation(double[] scores1,double[] scores2){ double result = 0; double sum_sq_x = 0; double sum_sq_y = 0; double sum_coproduct = 0; double mean_x = scores1[0]; double mean_y = scores2[0]; for(int i=2;i<scores1.length+1;i+=1){ double sweep =(double)(i-1)/i; double delta_x = scores1[i-1]-mean_x; double delta_y = scores2[i-1]-mean_y; sum_sq_x += delta_x * delta_x * sweep; sum_sq_y += delta_y * delta_y * sweep; sum_coproduct += delta_x * delta_y * sweep; mean_x += delta_x / i; mean_y +=…