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on: August 17, 2011 01:58:07 PM 
Started by RubyTuesday, Message by RubyTuesday
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Thanks everyone for the lovely comments, glad you like it  Smiley

The lengths I cut were 1cm wide and the hook i used was a size 10mm/N The yarn dosen't fray when you first cut it and work with it, it's gone like that because it's been in my work bag for a couple of days.



I didn't find it hard to work with at all, this could be partially due to the fact that the jeans were well worn and not the heavy weight fabric when new -so quite soft, I wouldn't want to work with new, thick denim in this way.
 
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