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Jeanette's Scottish House

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Posted on January 11, 2018 Full Size| Slideshow

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9 Comments

Jeanette
1:44 AM on February 12, 2018 
Thanks Edel, since I last posted this picture I made it bigger and hung it up on the pulley in the bathroom, Pictures will follow when I get around to making a new album...
Edel
12:05 PM on February 11, 2018 
These are gorgeous Jeanette
Jeanette
7:06 AM on January 13, 2018 
Zoe, if you haven't got someone to sit beside you and work in tandem there are a lot of tutorials on youtube that are very comprehensive and easy to follow if you or anyone else ever choose the youtube route just make sure that you learn the 'British/UK' way as the only other choice is the American way and they use different terminology for stitches and the hooks have different sizes...
Zoe H
4:58 AM on January 13, 2018 
That?s fab, Jeanette! One day I will learn to crochet...
Jeanette
5:49 PM on January 12, 2018 
Thanks Jan, when I look at it on the chaise I know it's tiny but I am just thinking now it may be a bit small (we know that makes sense)... I may add a few more rows to it so it hangs down more , I'm placing it on the bathroom pulley and I think it would be better longer
Jan
2:41 PM on January 12, 2018 
So tiny, beautifully made.
Jeanette
1:38 PM on January 12, 2018 
Hello doll, it's a 1mm, I think I can go smaller but I don't have any yet, next time I'm in a wee shop I'll see if I can get one. Your lace making totally blows my crochet out the water...
Missie
1:00 PM on January 12, 2018 
OMG hen, one strand... what size is the hook. Love it.
Jeanette
4:47 PM on January 11, 2018 
After ripping out a few times, I finally decided to use one strand of embroidery silk thread. I just used the chaise to display these as I think the blanket will end up on the pulley in the bathroom , the cushion's back is entirely green...

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