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Re: Armhole shaping
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: December 26, 2008 04:18PM

Apparently this is a pattern written for more than one color. The CC is a standard abbreviation for "Contrasting Color" so as I read what you have written out, you are using the Contrasting color now and you join it in the fourth cluster with a slip stitch.

If you are just using one color, you could slip stitch until you get to the top of the fourth cluster and then follow the pattern, or break your yarn and rejoin it as you do with the CC.



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  Armhole shaping Sr. Anne Bartol 12/26/2008 03:17PM
  Re: Armhole shaping KT 12/26/2008 04:18PM


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