I bought some crochet thread at a thrift store, but it doesn't have labels or any way to find the size. How do you suggest I find out what size it is? Is there somewhere online that I can compare it to a pic of true size thread?
If not, I'm going to have to take pieces to the store and compare them.
Amie you do need to take a sample to your local craft store and make comparisons. If you try to do it online you can't see a true representation. The other way is to make guage swatches using different needles. Based on thread you already have you could estimate if you need to use a larger or smaller needle. I think that would be very time consuming. Good luck on your project.
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