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Re: Right side?
Posted by: Mother Hen (IP Logged)
Date: January 22, 2009 11:27AM

Hi Glenda ! ( Grama )
The pattern says to "mark the last row as the right side"
I tie a piece of yarn or a pin to mark that row,
you will be using row 2 as the "Right Side ".

This move will help you as you go on in the pattern and work with the stitches that say > working on the Right Side , do > these pattern stiches etc. !!

Happy sewing for that special wee one.
We just had our 1st >Great Grandson< and he loves Blankets !!

What Pattern are you using ? And what colors also ?
Do you know what gender the Grandchild is ??

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

Subject Written By Posted
  Right side? GlendaT 01/22/2009 08:34AM
  Re: Right side? Mother Hen 01/22/2009 11:27AM
  Re: Right side? Alex 01/22/2009 02:19PM

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