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« on: July 25, 2007 08:58:27 AM »

Ok not too sure if this is the right place but...
I'm crocheting a tote bag for a swap and I have all of my pieces but I can't figure out the directions on how to put it together.
It says take my gusset piece 13 stitchs by 38" and fold in half and attach to my front and back pieces which are 11.5" by 15.5".
Ok so the 38" is only about 1/2" smaller than the combind peice sizes so that I get. But fold it in half? the pocket I'm gonna attach later is the exact same stitch amount, and if I fold the gusset in half either the pocket won't be right (widthwise) or the tote will be to small (lengthwise). What am I not reading right?
I kinda need help soon cause i need to finish it by this weekend (monday at the latest).

Never mind just realized that I'm folding it to find the exact center to line it up w/ the center of the front and back pieces before attaching it.
« Last Edit: July 25, 2007 04:54:57 PM by Ameythestlily » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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