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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
Re: What to do when there is a space.
Posted by: parisjem (IP Logged)
Date: May 22, 2007 02:15AM

Thank you so much for replying to my question. I guess it's the little things that pattern writers/ experienced crocheters know that confuse a beginner. They assume we know it, because it's so obvious to them. LOL
I am pleased that I did it right, after my trial and error.
Ll Roe, Mother Hen and Alex thanks for the advice.
It made a wonderfully flexible fabric.



Subject Written By Posted
  What to do when there is a space. parisjem 05/19/2007 05:14AM
  Re: What to do when there is a space. LI Roe 05/19/2007 11:11AM
  Re: What to do when there is a space. Mother Hen 05/19/2007 02:47PM
  Re: What to do when there is a space. Alex 05/19/2007 02:26PM
  Re: What to do when there is a space. parisjem 05/22/2007 02:15AM

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