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substituting yarns
Posted by: CrochetGirl (IP Logged)
Date: July 09, 2009 03:36PM

Can somebody please help me? I'm new to crocheting (haven't even started a project yet....still in the practcing stiches stage), but wondering if I can substitute one kind of yarn for another similiar kind? The project I want to make calls for Rowan brand cotton glace and I can't find it anywhere and can't find anything online that tells me enough about the yarns to make an informed decsision about using a different brand/type of yarn. It's a summer top, so I want something light weight, and cotton if possible. I was hoping to go buy some yarn in the next couple of days to start the project, but want to make sure it will come out like the pattern states. I know I can buy it online, but not real willing to wait days or weeks for something to be shipped to me.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Tracy



Subject Written By Posted
  substituting yarns CrochetGirl 07/09/2009 03:36PM
  Re: substituting yarns KT 07/09/2009 04:37PM
  Re: substituting yarns carolishere 07/09/2009 10:19PM
  Re: substituting yarns Alex 07/10/2009 11:03PM


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