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Mar 22, 2010 5:55 PM CST
This trim was handmade by someone many years ago. And there's gobs of both crochet and tatted vintage trimming still around, with not much that can be done with it. As mentioned, it's perfect for this craft, as it molds beautifully around the shade. Those who already crochet know that trims are one of the quickest projects. And if thinking about learning how, they're a swell newbie project. I'm with you on knitting. I don't have the patience for undoing mistakes. But crochet is really easy to pull out and start over. You may want to consider giving it another try.

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