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that beret looks great!
Thank you so much!I like the flower. It was something I wasn't sure I would get, but I did.Woohoo!
Hi there,You mentioned in your comment on my blog (willowscottage) that you didn't know how the sleeve holes got there. I started knitting at the neckline and knit down to the sleeve holes. Then I put some of the stitches on two holders and pulled the rest of the stitches together to make the bodice. When I finish that, I'll go back and pick up the held stitches and knit the sleeve in the round. Stay tuned at my blog for some photos that will show and explain it.Willow
cute cute, I'm making a few hats for a costumer right now , and she also want the big flower on them. Your crafts are darling. I'm going to looking around more noe. Have a great day. Tink
- Tink -Thank you for the complement. I'm still a beginner but I try my best, whenever I make anything, to do the best I possibly can. So thanks again.- Willow -Thank you so much Willow. That way of making sleeve holes didn't even dawn on me. I was baffled, seriously, I just couldn't figure out how in the world it was done. Thank you again for explaining it to me.
It works, it is just lovely
Thanks kathy b!I'm glad you think it works. I didn't even take into consideration how big the flower was, all I knew is I wanted to hide the flaw.
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