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Monday, June 22, 2009

Start of a dress

Decided I would start to make the dress I posted the other day so people could see it during construction.
neck shaping


  1. Yay! Are you pretty fast at this, or is it just a labor of love/time consumption process no matter how you slice it?

  2. I am so glad to see that you roll your thread into a ball! I do all mine that way as it really helps with storage issues and is easier to carry with me places. My friend, who is 87 and still crochets, says I should leave it on the cardboard sleeve.
    I really like reading your blog and seeing what you have come up with next.
    have a Blessed Day,

  3. if you leave them on the cardboard in time it turns the thread brown in spots which is a bad thing if you don't like that patina on your thread and most people don't I always remove it from cardboard but I leave them on plastic. My balls are also all center pull balls so the thread doesn't roll around the room.

  4. I love the look of thread crochet. I have actually crocheted two christening gowns.


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