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    Great way to begin and end colors!

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    I just tried this method this morning. I'm sure many of you already know this - but it looks so much better than the way I was muddling through it before. I have posted pictures of two squares using my old "method" and this one. The old method is in the top light pink square and the new one is below it in the hot pink color. I am so happy with the result, it is worth the little extra effort! The steps are #4 - #7 in the following tutorial. I hope this helps someone!!
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    good job Tammy,

    thanks so much for the link. I think I have been doing it right but will check it out to be sure. thanks for sharing - we appreciate it.

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    thank you so much for the link, will check it out later. It looks really nice, can't even tell the change.

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    Thank you. I saw this the other day too and another one that didn't even bother with the slip knot. Check it out here....
    Motif Afghan Crochet-Along: Crochet Techniques, Part I | Lion Brand Notebook
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    Thanks for the tip I will work on it but for now I use the double square and I am happy with it. It does make a knot but I can hide it usually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyj View Post
    Thank you. I saw this the other day too and another one that didn't even bother with the slip knot. Check it out here....
    Motif Afghan Crochet-Along: Crochet Techniques, Part I | Lion Brand Notebook
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    Awesome thank you - I'm going back to read it through!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinfaye View Post
    Thanks for the tip I will work on it but for now I use the double square and I am happy with it. It does make a knot but I can hide it usually.
    I never heard of the double square - something new to look up - thanks!!

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