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Wow! This is awesome! I have been really into fringe lately so I might try this. Do we get to see what project you created with it?
Love the idea! It looks very polished and chic, especially with your choice of color. I just wanted to point out for future reference that you should definitely wear breathing protection, because nylon fumes are actually carcinogenic. I hope this helps, and keep up the beautiful work!
Hi! This is beautiful!!! Can you please note what size Nylon Crochet Thread you used, I would like to jazz up a few things but just learned that (like with many things) there is such a variety when it comes to size. Trying to order the supplies and they all look the same online Any help would be appreciated. SO far I see size 2 and Size 18 in Nylon Crochet Thread.
Thank’s for information.
Hi!! I’m actually trying to do this but I got stuck a little bit.. I already did my first row of fringe on the cardboard, and I’m about to go for the second, you said it’s easier if I leave the fringes on the cardboard, but then when I do the second row the fringes will go round the whole knitted area, and I think it would be a mess for later… how did you manage to do it?? Thank you very much!!
I am in love with you!!!
I am getting married Next May 2018, and we are having a Great Gatsby wedding theme. I have found the dress I want on Pintrest altough it does not give me a lot of detail of the picture and I cant track it down…I just know that there is a lot of fringe on it (as it is a long gown) and I can not find the fringe anywhere, as I am having to make the entire dress!!!!!!
I will send you a picture of my dress when I get it finished….its in the palnning stages now so will be a few months!!
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