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1  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Language barrier help/ Pattern isn't looking right on: August 05, 2009 07:54:10 AM
So first I have this book called Total Crochet Fashions by Gayle Bunn

Love the book, some things i understood, but others are a little sticky.

If anyone has the book, I'm going for the fringed wrap. If you can break down any kind of pattern, what way is it easier for you?

I've used patterns before, but this is like a new variation. I don't think i'm doing it right because the wrap in the picture looks bigger than what i have. I think it has to do with the gauge.

Help, tips, please and thank you
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