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July 28, 2007



Stumbled across your site. I want an owl mask! And a bush baby!
You should sell these...


I wonder if you could help me with your pattern.

I don’t get this part: Step 5: Once this is done single crochet round the fan being careful to anchor each line into the main rectangle so it makes a joint up fabric. (It took me 7 lines of singe crochet until the end of the semi circle met up with the end of the base rectangle.)

Do I need to add a stitch in each row? How do I anchor it? I’ve had a couple of tries, tried slipstitching into the end of each row into the main part, tried single crochet then slip stitch into next. Beginning of each row? end of each row? when to increase?

Could you please explain your method?

thanks so much.


So sad when people don't answer their comments.


Hi Jen,

Sorry for not replying to you1 My partner has been in hospital so its all been a bit crazy here.

It just means that as you get it to reach the main rectangle crochet it into the rectangle so it is one piece of fabric - alternatively you could just sew the fan sections on to the rectangle.

Have a great new year



Thanks Brie. I'm so sorry you about your partner. I actually had more trouble with increasing to make the fan. But I worked something out.


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