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Any Way Wrap

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Any Way Wrap
Any Way Wrap
Any Way Wrap
Any Way Wrap
Any Way Wrap

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AshleyAnne on craftsy.com
AshleyAnne    February 27, 2012
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I really think this is adorable!! I'm at work now and I can't buy it just yet, but plan to do so as soon as I get home. I'm hoping to find out what kind of pin or button you are using to secure it? Also, I'd like to see how you've wrapped in in the different photos.

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Stephanie Sario  February 29, 2012
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Thank you! I bought two buttons that are approximately 1.5" in diameter for the wrap. I attached them permanently to the wrap. This way you can wrap or drape any way you like and use the buttons to help secure it into place. In the main photo the wrap is simply draped over my shoulders (just like you would any normal wrap) and then buttoned in the back and in the front to create the tunic look. My other favorites are wearing it as a chunky scarf (button the part that is slung across the shoulder to secure it) and as a cowl (drape like a scarf or wrap and then put both sides over the opposite shoulder then button in place). I hope this makes sense and helps! Also, today is the last day of the 99cent pattern sale!

Stephanie

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jarocha  March 9, 2012
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how can i buy this pattern? do you send it via email? it is sooooo beautiful! thank you

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Beginner
Crocheting
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Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized
Shawl
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Hi, I'm Steph. I love handmade things, and especially love hand-making them. I only write patterns for my best work to share with you. So, grab your twig and string & pick out your favorite.

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