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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Almost There!

I'm only an inch away from the edging on my Jih pullover!  In fact, since I still hadn't picked an edging, I had to stop knitting and decide what to do so I didn't knit too far.  So I pulled out everything in my crochet library that might have an edging and started looking.

I think I've figured out what I'm going to do and I'm pretty sure I'm actually going to use two different edgings: a simple one for the sleeve cuffs and hem and a more complex one for the neckline.  Edges take the most wear on any garment and cuffs and hems need to be sturdy.  The neckline should be fine with something a little more delicate and intricate.  Now that I have a plan, I can get back to work on it!



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