If no one has it, they do on Amazon, and give an option of "looking inside". One says "surprise me" with a random page. I don't know what they odds are, or how long it might take, but you never know you might be able to see (and print out) the page you need. Maybe a library has it, too and you could photocopy the page. Good luck!
I love the colors I like the one gear (I thought it was a flower!) in the middle. The two of them together do look like gears and like they should be together (if gears) Does it have any way of holding it closed, a zipper or snap? If it was for me, I'd like the strap longer (I like shoulder bag idea). I don't know why anyone wouldn't bid on it, handmade stuff is valuable,unique and not everyone can make it!
Yikes! I never did anything like that, what happens when you just do what it says? I don't know how to do something AFTER you have moved on. If it doesn't say like ch 1 or 3 and TURN. I'm trying to picture it. Not much help, but I can join you in something like this. Sometimes I read something over and it seems like it must be clear, but it isn't.
For almost 2 months I've been looking for the right kind of crochet "string". That wasn't SO expensive I couldn't afford enough to make one top from it. I've been buying small amounts (to see what it's like- or course then if it works I don't have enough to make anything) and spending a lot of money on this. I finally decided there must be just plain cotton string that would work. so, I bought several "cones" of this. Hard to tell in pictures what it's like and I didn't know anything about ply, etc. (I do now know 16 ply is much too heavy!) Yesterday I got a big cone (8000 feet)of white cotton 6 ply string. And it's perfect! I can use G or H hook with it, and it's soft but not too soft. To make shells and lace-look stuff. I have several patterns that call for DMC or DK crochet thread (like I got SENSO, which is something like $3.99 a ball, plus shipping, and I bought 2 balls, to see what it was like, and the patterns call for more) Not to be cheap, but I think "string" is less (and can get more at a time, like a cone) just because it's called "string" and not crochet thread/cotton or yarn (LOL) Also, since it's 100% cotton, I'm thinking it could be dyed. (in a way it's kind of a gimmick, maybe crocheted tops from STRING? simple, organic, earthy?) I found a website about dying cotton yarn, using PAAS Easter egg dye. Though you can only buy this in season. The samples were so pretty. Tye dye and various shades, making varigated. Wrap it around something, and dip it in, various colors, so it will be varigated when used. Im going out Sunday (EAster) so will look, maybe I can find it on sale. Now, I have to do something with all the boxes piled around! I have boxes with yarn/cotton, boxes with books, boxes with all my crochet hooks. Papers, trying to keep track of what works (or might) with what. Printed out patterns. Organization has never been one of my strong points... and now I have to actually DO something with all this. The string I got was $12.99 (plus UPS shipping) and came to $20.05. I'd like to be able to find it for less, or maybe somewhere I could get it without shipping. I wonder if all cotton 6 ply string is the same?
Thanks! I put it in google and only came with the original blog, and posts from someone making it who got bogged down (apparently it's made in two pieces and sewn together? I don't know why, with crochet you can just pick up and do it directly. LIke the lace part around the bottom)
Now I'm wondering if it's KNIT?
I put "crochet patterns lacey tops" (or camisoles, or something) in google, so I just asumed it was crochet.