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poprocker85
« on: October 05, 2008 10:34:09 PM »

Hi guys -waves-

Quick question - I've just made 2 little pants legs for a doll, each have 15 stitches at the top, and I am up to joining them together, problem is i'm not sure how to.

The pattern says to "join the 2nd leg to the first and sc in each st around both legs - 30 sts"

Does this mean that I overlap some stitches or 1 stitch between the legs, causing them to join together?!

This is probably really obvious and i'm being the thickest person on the planet for asking, but i'd just like to make sure i'm doing the right thing before continuing on.

Many thanks in advance for anyone's help!!
xox
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DragonessD
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2008 07:42:28 PM »

What it sounds like to me is that where the crotch seam would be on your pants, there's a row of SC on the doll pants. So ... where you would sew them together, use a SC instead of a sewing stitch.

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