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carrying colors
Posted by: lovemyneedlecrafts (IP Logged)
Date: February 10, 2009 11:53PM

Can anyone tell me how, when working with two or more colors, does a person hide the color that you are not using? I am making a baby afghan in a checked gingham pattern with pink hearts worked into a white background on two panels. It is a beautiful pattern from Herrshners but how to carry the nonworking color is not explained....Please help!



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