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Re: hook change midway pattern
Posted by: beckypb (IP Logged)
Date: June 19, 2009 06:45PM

thanks for help. and guess what...even though this is my first try and my work has turned out beautiful (my sis-in-law said so and shes a crochet fanatic!) it looks like this finished dress wouldn't be worn by my baby who is growing toooo fast, so i'm going to take your advise and frog it all, and start over with the bigger hook! sob sob for all my work! ;-p cheers and goodnight



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  hook change midway pattern beckypb 06/17/2009 04:42PM
  Re: hook change midway pattern craftsman 06/17/2009 11:23PM
  Re: hook change midway pattern beckypb 06/19/2009 06:45PM
  Re: hook change midway pattern Liz 06/28/2009 05:59PM
  Re: hook change midway pattern beckypb 07/06/2009 05:08PM


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