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MimiFL

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I love your flowers. I can see these appliqued on purses and small totes. Thank you for the pattern, I will be making some to use. I like your idea to decorate your cubicle too. My applause to you!:clap:clap:clap

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I love your flowers! It's a perfect design! :cheer:cheer:cheer

Thank you for sharing your pattern! :hug

They would be great to decorate a wall with......or to decorate anything!

Such a wonderful and lovely idea!

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Thanks so much for the pattern. I used it on a BICO I made, and I think your flower really made the sweater something special! Here is a photo...taken after the sweater has had much wear and love.

 

I originally copied your pattern onto a file on my laptop. When my computer was stolen, your pattern was lost! :eek I can not begin to tell you how much time I have spent searching the internet trying to find it again. Today, I finally stumbled across it here. :cheer

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Thanks so much for the pattern. I used it on a BICO I made, and I think your flower really made the sweater something special! Here is a photo...taken after the sweater has had much wear and love.

 

I originally copied your pattern onto a file on my laptop. When my computer was stolen, your pattern was lost! :eek I can not begin to tell you how much time I have spent searching the internet trying to find it again. Today, I finally stumbled across it here. :cheer

 

I love the way you've used the flower pattern. The sweater is really sweet.

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I'm so glad you all like the flowers! :D

 

Michele, that's a gorgeous BICO! The flower is perfect for it. :manyheart

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If you find any errors in the patterns, please let me know! :)

 

I'm not sure I understand this:

 

Rnd 1 -

 

With yellow:

 

Ch 2, 12 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Fasten off. (Got that much)

 

Rnd 2 -

 

With contrast color:

 

Join w/ sc in any sc (Got that)

Ch 5, sc in next 4 ch (as WHAT 4 ch??) (I didn't ch 4 anywhere........)

Ch 1, sl st in same st as first sc (sl in WHAT first sc??)

Sc in next sc

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Hi katxox.

 

Here's some help:

 

Ch 5, sc in next 4 ch (as WHAT 4 ch??) (I didn't ch 4 anywhere........)

 

Yes, you did, you just chained 5. ;) These are the chains you use to do your 4 sc.

 

Ch 1, sl st in same st as first sc (sl in WHAT first sc??)

 

The first sc of the round. Remember when you 'joined with sc' - well, that sc is your 'first sc'.

 

Btw, to help out with this pattern, I created a graphic, which you'll find on post 58, from May 31, 2009 (don't know how to link that post from here). If you can't find it, let me know and I'll repost. I hope that helps. :)

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