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« Fresh summer crochet..... | Main | Good enough to eat! »

July 17, 2012

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Cornel

This is lovely Sara! I would love to try it. C x

Sara Sinaguglia

Thanks Cornel, let me know if you get a chance to try it out. I've got such a big pile now, I really need to start putting them to good use. S x

Sibylle runkel

Oh, this is so verynice! yesterday i took my hook and tried it, .... And now it's finished and it looks wonderful!!
I'm so happy! Thanks a lot for this pattern!
Greetings again from siegen in germany
Sibylle

Sara Sinaguglia

That's wonderful Sibylle, so happy you like it ;) x
I'm now off to look up Siegen on a map!

Samantha

These are beautiful! I'm a begginer and followed quite well! Thank you :) found you on Pinterest by the way fabulous find for me.

Sara Sinaguglia

Thank you Samantha, I'm so pleased you found me on Pinterest. It's based on a vintage doily I picked up in a thrift shop - I love doing them in pastel colours. It's not an easy one for a beginner, so well done! Happy crocheting, Sara x

Sarahjade

Very cute! I am going to try, however confused about the double treble, as the us and Aus seem to be different!!! Is it yoh 2 or 3 times? Hope you can help! Thanks :)

Sarahjade

Ok so I read the info at the bottom answering my question!! Aus is same to uk I think!!! Makes it confusing!! Thank you!

Sara Sinaguglia

Hi Sarahjade, a double treble is yoh 2 times in UK crochet - not sure what that is in Aus?! We don't have a single crochet here in the UK, we start with a double crochet, so a treble is yoh 1 time, double treble is yoh 2 times, treble treble is yoh 3 times.... Hope that makes sense! x

Sarahjade

Yes that's perfect thanks! Uk crochet terms are the Aus!

Sarahjade

Oops... Same as :)

Jenny

How big is this doily when finished?? It stunning!

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