I always use the client’s measurements. For the bottom, I work with the upper waist, lower waist, and crotch in inches to guide me. The boob part, I work with cup size. For example, a Never Underestimate A Lady Who Loves Crocheting And Was Born In December Shirt. 34A measures 5 inches wide and so on. Thank you! So cotton yarn comes in different “weights”. For swimsuits, I use cotton thread, which is super thin and makes very light items. It’s pretty easy to swim in as long as it was custom made to your measurements. Also being cotton, it’s very absorbent in water. I love this so much! Do you sell these? I would definitely order one from you!! Let me know if you have an Etsy shop or private message me.
Never Underestimate A Lady Who Loves Crocheting And Was Born In December Shirt, Tank Top, V-neck, Ladies Tee For Men And Women
Do you line your swimsuits? I’m working on a few for myself and can’t even fathom sewing into them or what material to use. Ok, a silly question from someone who has hardly crocheted any wearables at all: can you actually go in the water/swim in crocheted beachwear? I’ve been curious for years. I always wonder, have you worn it in the water? I made my own bikini but haven’t used it on the water so I wonder what’s it’s like? This was for a Never Underestimate A Lady Who Loves Crocheting And Was Born In December Shirt! You should wear yours to get a feel. Did you use cotton or acrylic yarn? I forgot to mention it’s beautiful by the way. And I used cotton for mine! I’ll have to try it in the water soon.
Official Never Underestimate A Lady Who Loves Crocheting And Was Born In December Sweatshirt, Hoodie
If you’re nervous about accidentally flashing everyone, you could wear it in the bathtub at home first to test it out. Amazing work! Where did you get this thread if you don’t mind me asking? Then I made 0 things for my daughter before she was born, and it took me 12 years of trying. Completing anything for an unborn offspring is a win in my book! Amen to that! My daughter’s 2, and loves to “crochet” with my hook and whatever piece I’m working on…so my crafting is now done at work while I’m on conference calls. Then it’s really a nice shirt for all men and women.