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Old 11-05-2008, 01:42 PM   #2
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Um, any one (or few) in particular?

You would need a large crew of crocheters to do all 117.

Some I would guess to need advanced techniques, such as those with flowers and intricate lace work (especially the lace ruffles). Others are simply layered and would only need beginner to intermediate crochet (in the round) experience (like lace doilies).

Granny squares are as good an introduction to crochet in the round as any. It teaches both increases per round (to lay flat) and shaping.

Lace doilies might be a good transition or parallel project for learning some techniques that might be needed.

More I can not say without addressing a specific doll-dress.

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OTN another Black & gold Diagonal Square Potholder
OTH Baby blanket
OTH Lace doily - A vintage pattern recreating from an heirloom.
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