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1  CROCHET / Projects from The Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller / Seija hat-flap confusion on: August 08, 2006 03:42:39 PM
So I finished the blanket, and it is aDORable! I'll get pictures up soon.

Now I'm on to the Seija hat-I have never made a hat before and I don't know what to do between the last round of hat and first row of earflap. It doesn't say to fasten off or what, so I am full of questions:

- Do I do one flap the same place the 'seam' is and one opposite or leave the seam in the back?

- Do I fasten off that last round or keep going around and start the first earflap??

- How do I tell how far around to count the ear flaps to make sure they're even and such? Is there an easy way?

Thank you so much in advance. I promise to put up photos of the hat when it's done!
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