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Coats & Clark is America's #1 name in sewing and needlecraft products, with products sold in over 150 countries for industrial and home use.
 

For nearly two centuries, generations of needlecrafters around the world have looked to Coats for our signature quality and inspiration. Today the tradition continues. Whether your passion is sewing or quilting, crochet, knitting, needlework or crafts, creativity starts here!
 

Today, Coats world-wide continues to innovate. Through ongoing research and product development, we explore new fibers, fabrics, finishes and their application for consumer and industrial use. We invite you to view our products and discover a world of color, texture, and versatility.
 

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P.O. Box 12229
Greenville, SC 29612-0229
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Greer, SC 29650
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P.O. Box 1530
Albany, GA 31703
(800) 445-1173
 

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I just finished crochet a cute little cap following your instruction for 'Crochet Child's Earflap Cap designed by Candi Jensen. The first one I made turned out toddler size, but I wanted a smaller one to fit a newborn that's due in Dec. So I used a size F hook with Bernat Baby Sport yarn. I also made the ear flaps double thickness for added warmth. I did this by first crocheting in the front loops of the designated stitches, turned and continued in the un-worked back stitches and joined each round, making the decreases back-to-back (4 decrease instead of just 2 in other words). You have my permission to publish these photos on your site and/on you yarn labels and the added instruction to make the flaps double thickness.

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