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Knitting stripes
Posted by: caren49 (IP Logged)
Date: November 29, 2008 08:30AM

HI everyone. I was wondering if anyone knows of a way to make a striped scarf without having to keep cutting off one yarn to add the other color. I'm only using 2 colors and my son wants the stripes to be fairly close together which would require so many stops and starts again with the 2 colors. Any ideas? I don't care of the 2 colors show up on the sides of the scarf either.

Thanks.



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  Knitting stripes caren49 11/29/2008 08:30AM
  Re: Knitting stripes Mother Hen 11/29/2008 11:03AM
  Re: Knitting stripes caren49 11/29/2008 11:19AM
  Re: Knitting stripes question Mrs. K 11/29/2008 08:42PM
  Re: Knitting stripes Alex 11/30/2008 08:13PM


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