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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: A rainbow twirleeeeee dress...picture heavy!! on: November 14, 2011 05:04:34 PM
Your hard work certainly was worth it.  The dress is as cute as the little tot wearing it.  Well Done!
2  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / How to Crochet a Scalloped Edge Hair Scrunchie on: April 14, 2011 08:48:04 PM


How to Crochet a Scalloped Edge Hair Scrunchie

Attach yarn to hair tie by working 1dc over hair band.

1st Round: Work 43dc over hair band, 1ss into 1st dc. [44dc] Be sure to work these foundation dc loosely.

2nd Round: Work 1ch, 1dc into join. *2dc into next st,, repeat from * ending with 1ss into 1st ch.

3rd Round: *Work 8ch, miss 3dc, 1dc into next dc. Repeat from * finishing with 1ss into vase of 1st 8ch.

4th Round: Work 3ch, 9tr into 8ch loop, *10tr into next 8ch loop. Repeat from* finishing with 1ss into top of 3ch.

5th Round: *Work 10ch, 1dc between shells. Repeat from * finishing with 1ss into base of 1st 10ch.

6th Round: Work 3ch, 11tr into 1st 10ch loop, *12tr into next 10ch loop. Repeat from * finishing with 1ss into top of 3ch. Fasten off.

Using a needle and thread, sew pearls between scallops.

More information available  http://www.learn-how-to-crochet.com/how-to-crochet-a-scalloped-edge.html

Happy Crocheting

Michelle
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