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Beach Cardi Crochet-Along: Belt or Buttons and the Cardi is Finished!

May 13th, 2010

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Hello everyone! Well we’re finally here – the finishing steps of this cardi and then its ready to hit the beach I hope that you are happy with your results so far, whether you went with long sleeve or short, collar or hood, and you are ready to get this sweater done and ready to […]

Beach Cardi Crochet-Along: Hood or Collar? You Decide!

May 6th, 2010

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Hello! Hope you have all had a great week and your cardi has sleeves and is soooo close to being done! Did anyone else modify their sleeves (you can see my sleeves below)? How do they look? Please leave comments as to how your progress is going–I love hearing how else everyone is liking their […]

Beach Cardi Crochet-Along: Shoulder Seams and Sleeves in the Round

April 29th, 2010

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Hello! I hope everyone’s cardis are coming along nicely. I know the armhole pattern was a bit of stumbling block, but we’ve worked through it by helping each other and can move on to the sleeves themselves soon. I hope a week was enough time for your blocking sweater to dry — I know the […]

Beach Cardi Crochet-Along: Armhole Shaping and Blocking!

April 22nd, 2010

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Hope you have all had a great week of crocheting! It’s been great to see so many of you active in the comments and in the Ravelry group — this is the beauty of a crochet-along for sure! I’ve certainly made progress this week – the body length is done and it’s time to talk […]

Beach Cardi Crochet-Along: No-Chain Foundation and Working the Body

April 15th, 2010

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It’s been great reading all of your comments and hearing how excited you are about this crochet- along. I’ve sure been making progress this past week, creating the front and back panels then joining them to work the majority of the body. Traditionally beginning a crochet project means creating your starting chain then working your […]

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