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Re: Magic Adjustable Ring for crochet in the round
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: July 23, 2007 11:40AM

Awkward, constortionist-type movements -- sounds about right to me. As long as you are not hurting yourself while you do the first round do whatever is most comfortable for you and works.



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  Magic Adjustable Ring for crochet in the round parisjem 07/18/2007 06:26AM
  Re: Magic Adjustable Ring for crochet in the round KT 07/18/2007 11:46AM
  Re: Magic Adjustable Ring for crochet in the round Alex 07/18/2007 12:44PM
  Re: Magic Adjustable Ring for crochet in the round Mother Hen 07/18/2007 05:42PM
  Re: Magic Adjustable Ring for crochet in the round parisjem 07/23/2007 04:27AM
  Re: Magic Adjustable Ring for crochet in the round KT 07/23/2007 11:40AM


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