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18 Tie Dye Patterns for Shirts, Decor, & More

Included in this book are eighteen tie dye patterns to wear, use around the house, or give as a gift. Make over your wardrobe in minutes with these fun and easy tie dye patterns.

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When working from extremely complicated written instructions (ex: very old doily patterns), I will work one repetition of the pattern and then photocopy this. Then as I am working on the item, I don't have to read that area of the instructions again as I can just view my photocopy and work from that. I can also place any notes or changes I wish to make right where I need the notation. I have found this to be a great time saver when the instructions provided are completely written instructions.

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Feb 15, 2010

I use a highliter when working on thread crochet items, especially if it's a graph type pattern. Then I know exactly where I left off when picking it up again.


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