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Topic: Anyone up for a Frou Frou Crochet-Along???  (Read 13761 times)
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« Reply #70 on: November 18, 2007 06:22:58 AM »

Okay, you talked me into it.  Wink  I'm starting this.  I'll let you know on the length of the foundation row.   I need to check the thread for crochet a long on this! Grin
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« Reply #71 on: March 03, 2009 10:54:52 PM »

In digging around to see what pitfalls I might find, I found this CAL. Cheesy

Mine is made from the Lion Brand Fisherman's wool in Natural.  http://www.lionbrand.com/cgi-bin/yarnInfo.cgi?yarnPage=1419777 I picked this because it was relatively inexpensive for being 100% wool.  This is my first sweater pattern so I didn't want to put a whole lot of $$$ into it in case I give up on it.  If all goes well I may consider a second one in a fancier yarn. 

So far I've made it through most of the rows for the sleeves.  I think I've got about 10 rows left (for a 2X).  Being short-waisted, I started out the first 10 rows with the same number of stitches then started the decreases.  Hopefully this works.

I have not taken any pictures yet, but I will in the next few days.   

What would you get if you crossed a goat and a sheep?
An animal that eats tin cans and gives back steel wool.
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