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  1. Thank you for your reply. I may be pulling my hair out by the time I get done with the eyelash yarn. But what we wouldn't do for our Grand-daughters. One more question: This is what the pattern says: Row 2: hdc in 1, hdc dec in next. you are seriously into Braille crochet at this point. But in your reply you have: Row 2: '*2 HDC in 1, 1 HDC in next,* repeat * * around the sole'. This row isn't a decrease row like the pattern says? Sorry about this, but I just want to make sure. Thank you again, Dixie
  2. Hi! I really like your patterns. I have a question about the slipper tops, Row 2: hdc in 1, hdc dec in next. you are seriously into Braille crochet at this point. There are only 2 crochet stitches for this row. The part I have underlined and highlighted doesn't finish the row. I don't know what you mean. What is the rest of the pattern for this row? Thank you, for your patterns. Dixie B
  3. Hi! I really like your patterns they are really easy. I have one that I believe is your's that I am working on right now, but I have a question. That pattern name is "Harriet". I don't understand when you write e-dc , Scarf pattern, "tr in 3 chs, e-dc? in 4 dc in 6 hdc in 32 dc in 6 e-dc in 4 tr in 4 break off and tidy ends." Also there are no comas after e-dc, so I'm just not sure about this row. One more question; what does "double hdc dec over 2hdc and 1 ch st," This is Row 9. I have crocheted for most of my life, but never have seen a stitch like this. Please if you could reply I would appreciate it. Dixie
  4. I love the outfit. I was wondering if the pattern for the light green dress pictured on Ravelry, is the same pattern as the variegated color on your page? Thank you for your time.Dlbertolet
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