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Re: Knitting stripes
Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: November 29, 2008 11:03AM

You sure can make that scarf without cutting each color change > >Just
Carry the unused color along the edge of the scarf.
You can cover it with the next color at the end of each row till the color change is made > or I sometimes twist the 2 , then work with the next color.

But >>
if you don't want the last color to show a little , then you have to cut ! DAhhh

I hope I said this for you to get my idea !

Mother Hen <><
" Creating Is A God Thing "

Subject Written By Posted
  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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