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the letter A
Posted by: beccaboo (IP Logged)
Date: November 16, 2008 03:24PM

I've been working on a present for my mom for christmas, and this is what I thought of but I want some advise about if it's even possible..

So I'm making this scarf, and it's looking good, and one end of it, I want to put a letter A on it. I've been reading about to like switch colors to make the letter IN the pattern, but what I thought would be awesome is if I could make a letter A separately in another color and attach it to the scarf. Can this be done? I can't find any resources about how to just make a letter shaped crocheted thing.

Any advise is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
-Becca



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  the letter A beccaboo 11/16/2008 03:24PM
  Re: the letter A Mother Hen 11/16/2008 06:29PM
  Re: the letter A Jane R 11/16/2008 10:35PM


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