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September 04, 2018



That is very pretty, I am always drawn to blue and white things. The picot edge is rather lovely; I would starch and iron it and hang it in a window too.

Mary Lou Egan

I don't mind crochet, and it is a little faster, but I can do a lot of plain knitting without looking at it very much, but crochet requires me to keep my eyes on the work at all times. Maybe if I did it more often it would help.

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