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ataurus
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USA
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Posted - 10/10/2010 :  3:02:54 PM  Show Profile Send ataurus a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Saw very pretty crocheted ribbon necklace at local Craft Show.I would like a clue on how it is done. It looked like I might be able to figure it out.But crochet is not what I do best.Also need "how Much" yarn to use etc.
I always get such great help on this site. Thank you for any thing you can send my way.

kcrystina
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Canada
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Posted - 10/11/2010 :  11:55:09 AM  Show Profile  Visit kcrystina's Homepage Send kcrystina a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I'd normally get a least 90 to 120 inches to make a necklace, depending on how long I want it. Always better to go for the higher number even if you're only making a choker just in case. Plus you might end up with enough to make 2! :) What type of ribbon was it? Can you explain what it looks like or find a picture of something similar? If I can see what it looks like I can give you a basic outline of the stitches used and how they're used.

Kcrystina
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Sara Sue
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USA
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Posted - 10/11/2010 :  1:35:16 PM  Show Profile Send Sara Sue a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Not sure if this is similar to the one you saw but try this link:

http://grammiepammie.wordpress.com/crocheted-necklace-from-trellis-ribbon/
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ataurus
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USA
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Posted - 10/23/2010 :  6:16:17 PM  Show Profile Send ataurus a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Thank you for your answers and where to look for add'l help and patterns. I know I can always count on the wonderful ladies at Knitters review
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