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Re: HELP need yarn buttercup #519
Posted by: Diane511 (IP Logged)
Date: March 01, 2008 12:05AM

I am doing 20 rows of each color and have 60 more to do once I finish this 60 this 60th row will mark my half way point. The yarn I am using is a no dye lot and has been pretty good matching. I am doing 6 colors of 20 rows each. I think cutting it 2 rows short would make a difference...... I am just hoping I can find someone with some of the color who wouldn't mind selling me some......... I think half a skein of the one pound skein would finish it off with some left over.......... thanks

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  HELP need yarn buttercup #519 Diane511 02/29/2008 11:41AM
  Re: HELP need yarn buttercup #519 craftsman 02/29/2008 09:23PM
  Re: HELP need yarn buttercup #519 Diane511 03/01/2008 12:05AM

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