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October 14, 2005


On Columbus Day, and dispatched to Alexandra. I am anxiously awaiting word on whether it fits.


The processing of finishing isn't as dramatic as blocking but it still gives a garment its final form. For this camisole, first the side seams were sewn. Then I made a row of single crochet around the neckline and armholes - or what we call single crochet in the US, which is termed double crochet elsewhere according to my Mon Tricot stitch dictionary. Darning in the ends was the final step. I would not dare block rayon.

Here's a closer look at the neckline.


Posted by Leigh Witchel at October 14, 2005 11:45 PM

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HI, I found your blogspot from dishclothexchange.
I LOVE the sweater you knit. It is beautiful !!!!!!!!!!! I hope the lady you knit it for appreciates it.

Posted by: susan at October 18, 2005 4:31 PM

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