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Re: Crochet---String Bag instructions
Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: August 29, 2009 02:29PM

You may be wanting to go around the other side of that begining chain >> this will begin to make a base for that Bag !!

When instructions say >>>>>
The BACK SIDE or the OTHER SIDE of the chain >>

I always , " Just go around the bend and work the other side of that starting chain !!

KT , told you right > so > Just get the picture in your mind and go around to the other side of the chain >
like driving and making a >>>> U-turn !

I don't think you'll need a picture for this question !!

Mother Hen <><
" Creating Is A God Thing "

Subject Written By Posted
  Crochet---String Bag instructions MACalifornia 08/29/2009 02:01AM
  Re: Crochet---String Bag instructions KT 08/29/2009 10:42AM
  Re: Crochet---String Bag instructions Mother Hen 08/29/2009 02:29PM
  Re: Crochet---String Bag instructions MACalifornia 08/29/2009 03:12PM

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