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December 12th, 2005 - LJ Crochet Community Archive

About December 12th, 2005

06:20 pm
feltlikeforever
does anyone know if there is a method of crocheting that would make a "ruffled" edge, like in the picture below? i'm sure there has got to be some way to do that, but i not very familiar with anything but straight-forward single &double crocheting.

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thanks!!
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10 good reasons 09:43 pm
eos_girl
I got this from surfing the net..........sounds good to me.
10 Good Reasons To Buy Yarn

  1. It insulates the cupboard where it is kept.

  2. It keeps the economy moving. It is my duty to support wool farmers, textile mills and yarn shops.

  3. It is less expensive and more fun than psychiatric care.

  4. I'm participating in a contest - the one who dies with the most yarn wins!

  5. It keeps without refrigeration, you don't have to cook it to enjoy it, you never have to feed it, change it, wipe its nose or walk it.

  6. Because I'm worth it.

  7. Like dust, it's good for protecting previously empty spaces in the house, like the ironing board, the laundry basket, the dining room table.......

  8. It's not immoral, illegal or fattening. It calms the nerves, ratifies the soul and makes me feel good.

  9. Because it is on sale.

  10. Buy it now, before your husband retires and goes with you on all your shopping expeditions


11:58 pm
alym1007
i have a couple of fancy-dress occaisions coming up and, since all of my dresses are sleeveless and it's getting colder, i was thinking of making a shawl, but i can't find any patterns i like. i've been searching everywhere i can think of. i'd like something not too casual, maybe a little lacy, but not too old looking, as i am 23. i was thinking thread crochet, or i have some patton's brilliant. maybe i am just too picky and such a pattern does not exist. do any of you have anything that might be fitting?

thanks in advance!
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