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Old 05-21-2009, 02:44 PM   #1
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FO Garter Stitch Striped Bag
Love this bag!! The only thing is I put the straps on in the wrong place.Should of been on the points(Duh).I am gonna cut them off and put them in the right place. I knit one square and the picked up sts to add another square,less seaming that way I also did a applied I-cord all around the top and for the straps.I added a Celtic Knot button on the snap.
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