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    Spoula - Those dresses are fantastic! So pretty and terrific work.

    Larisa - Your work (and patience) is phenomenal. It's irrelevant that you crochet from other's patterns. I've seen LOTS of work done from patterns that came out just awful, either because the person needs more expertise in crochet, they don't know how to follow directions, or the pattern was written poorly. But if you have your grandson with you, I can understand not having the time!

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    Nova, Thank you for the complement. I agree with your post.
    Larisa
    When you have a baby with you why take the time doing crochet when you can play with your grandson. They grow up too fast then you can't keep up with them.
    Enjoy while you can.

    Spoula

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    Thank you! The tablecloth is waiting for me
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    The baby is active. I am tired to chase him LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by kl1000 View Post
    The baby is active. I am tired to chase him LOL
    Larisa, I know how that is. They get into everything when they are little.
    They are curious about everything they see and can touch.

    spoula

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    He is my first grandbaby
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    The size 10 and sock yarn will give you very similar gage and would be softer. The 20 or 30 would require doing a swatch and then compare - count stitches and do the math to decrease the number of stitches, this will work with plain patterns not specific stiches needed patterns. Have fun!

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    Welcome to the forum

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