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1  help me attach crochet trim in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by purpletangerine on: December 11, 2008 09:29:08 AM
These are pictures of a washcloth from a towel set that was a wedding present. 

My husband's great aunt crocheted the edging.  I want to copy this style onto a baby blanket.  My trouble is that no instructions I can find cover how to attach the trim.  They all assume you are going to sew it on after you made it.  I know these pictures are a little fuzzy, but the trim on these towels was clearly crocheted directly onto the towel.  How do I do that?  Just keep a needle threaded ahead of the hook?  Obviously I would only need it for the first round to do the foundation chain.  Should I use a tiny hook instead and hope I can force it through the fabric? 
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