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Forums > Crochet
bernat pattern
Posted by: caroljohnson (IP Logged)
Date: January 07, 2009 02:25PM

having trouble with a simple command in a bernat pattern..... made lots of squares and now is the time to assemble. the instructions say to "sew together to form strips..." why would i sew together and how? a running stitch? regular thread? this is a crocheted piece --can i crochet together or would that take too much yarn. the picture of the pattern shows a contrasting color sewn all the way around each side,,,, but isn't there another way to do this without hand sewing?

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  bernat pattern caroljohnson 01/07/2009 02:25PM
  Re: bernat pattern KT 01/07/2009 07:00PM
  Re: bernat pattern Mother Hen 01/07/2009 10:06PM
  Re: bernat pattern caroljohnson 01/08/2009 12:04AM
  Re: bernat pattern caroljohnson 01/08/2009 12:05AM

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