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Shrug


Yay, it's done!!!
In order to make this shrug, I used size 3 thread and this schematics. There are a couple of changes I made on mine, and they are:

  • Instead of starting from the side, I crocheted UP from the bottom.

  • For the ruffle, I did NOT increase the number of chains between each shells.


  • For the main body, I used V-stitch.

    Although I love how it came out, I decided this shrug is more like my sister than me. (^^)

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