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Oh I'm going to be paying extra close attention to this subject.

Thanks so much for taking the time to do this blog.


Can you describe how to carry 2 yarns when you have to knit and purl in the same row? I don't want to carry the yarn on the front of the pattern, it would look tacky even though the bag I'm making is going to be felted.


Lynn, that's a great question, and I will be sure to touch on that when I address stranded colorwork.


Sara...the article on color is fabulous! Would you, please, consider publishing it at www.fiberfemmes.com?




Excellent post! Very informative. I can't wait for more in this series.


I love, love, L-O-V-E your blog!!! Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom regarding so many subjects on knitting. Your blog is better than any knitting book I own!

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