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lbbshell
« on: September 05, 2007 10:22:05 AM »

I'm wondering if anyone has attempted the Maidens Glory circlet/crown availale on Anticraft.  I'm going to be attempting it soon (aka as soon as I have the yarn for it).  I am a semi-beginner crocheter, and it looks complicated.  I'm busy rewriting it with the American abbreviations to make it a little easier on me, but I think I'm in for an uphill battle.  Any hints?
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incredifish
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2007 03:19:54 AM »

I've been wanting to try Maidens Glory for a while now. I didn't because I didn't have the yarn yet just as you. Would make an interesting crochet-along I think, if only I didn't have all my days and nights already booked for crocheting the christmas presents! Although maybe I could squeeze in the schedual a leaf or two every couple of days...

The Ttr is basically a taller US dc, meaning, you have 3 loops of yarn on the hook instead of 2.  I'm not very good at explaining myself, but i think that as soon as you begin you'll see it clear. You'll be alright! Good luck.

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