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  1. Hi there! I’m fairly new to crochet and currently trying to recreate a halter top from a movie (link to a reference photo here, https://images.app.goo.gl/mwyfpoeH5mtbmVuj6 ) But I’m making it completely freehand and I’ve gotten stuck on the part with the white chains that connects the top and the bottom part of the shirt. I have no idea what this is even called so I’ve had no luck trying to look it up. I am hoping someone here can tell me how to make this part or at least knows the name of what this is so I can try looking it up again. Thanks!
  2. Here's the pattern I developed as a free postcard for our 2012 Crochetville / Red Heart trade show booth. I love how it turned out with Red Heart Unforgettable (colorway Parrot), but you could use almost any yarn. Pattern is in the PDF file attached below. If you are on Ravelry, I would love to see your finished projects there: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/easy-beauty-chain-scarf easy-beauty-chain-scarf-donna-hulka.pdf
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