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outside ^up & over the top loops ^& off the pins.. So[pencil]
go on, hauling on a occasionally.
pulling end loop loose as made & Draw the chain down through
the central hole of the bung as ^it is formed.
To finish off, pass the end b through each of the four loops last
left on the pins, & otherwise secure
ad lib at both ends. The result is
a ^4-sided (with wool and a reel it appears round) crochet chain of the
character shown in fig 3.
(1876 or earlier)
More ^Any greater or less no. than 4 pins may be used, differing accordingly.
^2 pins also produces a ‘square’ cord.
Uses: To make watch guards
(when silk ^or hair is used); reins for children;
but generally to keep little girls
quiet probably. Also with many pegs, a large
ring & thick wool
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