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    I am not trying to be difficult But I don't know how to copy. Right now making doll clothes for 18 inch dolls.

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    Are you a doll-collector or is it for gifts for doll-owners? Sounds like fun!

    How could you be difficult. I don't imagine there are many crocheters who are difficult. They're such nice people, at least that's what I'm finding on this site!

    To copy, you put the arrow or cursor to the left of the top line, then you click the left mouse button and hold it while you drag the arrow to the bottom right end of the bottom line. You should see the text all turn blue or grey. Then on the keyboard you hold the CTRL key down and type on the "C" key....
    That text is now "copied" and remembered in your computer.
    Then click on the Reply button so that you can start a message.
    Click in the window where you want to type the message.
    They hold the CTRL key and type the "V" key. The copied text should appear there.
    Have some fun! Give it a try and see how it goes. I know you already answered about doll clothes, but if the my insructions on copying work, you could give us the scoop on the other crochet projects you love!

    Thanks for answering today!

    Charles

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    Hiya Susie Ann, If CV's directions didn't help you, maybe I can.. What are you trying to copy? Teresa

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    Hiya CV, Perfect instructions.. TY Maybe I could help her with one direction that is just a bit easier.. Teresa

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    i LIKE TO MAKE AFGHANS, BLANKETS, BED SPREADS as I crochet and knit fast - so like a big project to keep me going for awhile.

    recently finished my queensize bedspread. I mainly make blankets to send to the Sioux Lakota American Indians up in cold, windy
    S.D. great outlet for me to be creative and make them blankets or whatever they need.

    hugs
    Marge

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    What's that? Please share! It's great to promote whole "village" learning, eh?

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    ___ cardigan sweaters (adult sized)
    10 pullover sweaters (adult sized)
    ___ pullover tees/summer sweaters/short sleeves (adult sized)
    ___ vests (button up) (adult sized)
    ___ vests (pull over) (adult sized)
    2 shawls, shawlettes, stoles
    5 children/baby clothes
    3 scarves
    3 hats
    1 afghans Personal note: baby afghans the most, then larger afghans second
    6 thread items (doilies, etc)
    2 toys, doll clothing, amigurumi
    7 washcloths
    ___ Other? ___________________
    ___ Other? ___________________

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    marge hi wow a bedspread from thread?I applaude your Talent and fast crocheting.Yes S.D Indians need those Blankets. I knew a gal at my job yrs ago who did that & gave me a lapghan I Tresure (no cats on). God Luck

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    __cardigan sweaters (adult size)
    __pull over sweaters (adult size)
    __pull over tees/summer sweaters/short sleeves (adult size)
    _7_vest (button up) (adult size)
    _6_vest (pull over) (adult size)
    _2_shawls shawlettes, stoles
    _8_children/baby clothes
    _4_ scavers
    _5_ hats
    _9_ afghans
    _10_ thread items (doilies, ect.)
    _12_ toys, doll clothing, amigurumi
    _11_ washcloths
    _3_ other? _fingerless gloves_____________
    _1_ other? _prayer shawls______________
    I would love to make the others but reluctant because I am not good at gauging at all. I can do vest alright especially during the hippie days and I was young at the time and it was fun. Thank You for the info it was fun to do. As Teresa says nice to see your post.

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    __ cardigan sweaters (adult size)
    __ pullover sweaters (adult size)
    __ pull over tees/summer sweaters/short sleeves (adult size)
    _3_ vest (button up) (adult size)
    _3_ vest (pull over) (adult size)
    _2_ shawls, shawlettes, stoles
    _6_ children/ baby clothes
    _4_ scarves
    _5_ hats
    _10_ afghans
    _9_ thread items (doilies, etc.)
    _8_ dolls, doll clothing, amigurumi
    _7_ washcloths
    _1_ other? _prayer shawls______
    _2_ other? _fingerless gloves____
    I would love to have made cardigans and sweaters but I am not good at gauging. Afraid they would not fit. But I had fun doing this Thank You Charles Voth. As Teresah says thank you for the post.

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