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    Headwise cover on a mysize?

    Can this be done?


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    Anyone??


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    Probably but it will be baggy because there is a bit more to the headwise.

    Eta don't think it would work the other way.

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    Re: Headwise cover on a mysize?

    Quote Originally Posted by nannykates View Post
    Probably but it will be baggy because there is a bit more to the headwise.

    Eta don't think it would work the other way.
    Darn..ok. Thanks!


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