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    How to Crochet a Night Owl Eye Mask - Part 2

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    My internet service was down for most of June (modem malfunctioned). I wonder if there are any video demonstrations for sewing sleeves onto armholes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pj51 View Post
    My internet service was down for most of June (modem malfunctioned). I wonder if there are any video demonstrations for sewing sleeves onto armholes?
    Have you checked youtube for videos on sewing? Are you talking about sewing crocheted projects, or regular?

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    Sorry, I wasn't clear. I'm crocheting my first piece of real clothing, a baby sweater and it just says to sew the sleeves into the arm holes but it doesn't talk about how to go about this when the "armholes" are not a complete hole. Make sense? I will check out YouTube. Thanks.

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    Hello,

    I am assuming that you can use any form of joining technique you would use with other crochet projects. Hope this helps you out!

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    Crocheting is an outgrouth of lerning to tie knots, just something to keep my hands occupied.
    During my third marrage I learned the afghan stitch and made a bed cover. I charted sceens from
    my past, wedding bells, and leaves, of oak and maple, our marrage date etc... it was to heavy to lift!My wife is as
    proud as can be.
    I consider myself a learner.
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