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January 10, 2011


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I have no chance in making these unless you want to spend a few days of weeks taching me how to crochet lol !
I do love them though :) TFSx


meant teaching lol !!!


These are very pretty. I have always thought of crochet as being quite loose with lots of gaps inbetween (a bit like lacy knitting!), but if you'd like to run a Total Teginners' Tutorial, you could get me on board!


You make this sound easy, what sort of yarn did you use and where can I buy some online? Your stitches look so neat and easy to keep track of, mine end up all woolly and hard to count/see which bit to poke the hook in.

Lynne V

Lovely, I wish I could crochet.


These are really pretty and very practical

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