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  1. Ritz

    Wool amount

    How do you know how many balls of wool you would need to buy for a blanket that is 50" by 70" for this pattern
  2. How do you mark your balls to remember which manufacturer and specific color and weight? I have been winding the beginning yarn end around the info, but I have to wait until the whole ball is done in order to find out what to buy to match it (or unwind the ball). For instance, I have 3 different 'whites' ...
  3. Inspired by a bag I saw in a photo of Lu Lingzi (one of the three vicitims who died in the Boston Marathon bombing), I had intended to decorate it as her bag had been decorated: with pom poms; however, half an afternoon spent attempting to master pom poms led me to decide that crochet balls would have to do. Here is my final blog post about this project, and here is the project itself:
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