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The lumpy-bumpy woven in ends can be clearly seen in the center of this sample.

Taking weaving in ends in knitting from home made to couture

One of the great joys in my knitting life is knowing I have finished a project to the best of ...
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Using the math above, the yellow lines in the maple leaf (and the white lines in the red and gold sections) show where rows will be added for the next knit.

Celebrate Canada – knit a Canadian flag

In my last series of posts, I designed a flag and took you through the steps to use technology to ...
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About eight ends had been woven in before I remembered to take this photo of the back of the blue sample.

More sampling with Super Saver yarn

What a fun week! We started by thinking about the overall size and layout for our flag afghan. In Tuesday's ...
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The lower half of the vergina sun projected onto the wall, with the graph paper taped on the right side. In the foreground, the image is reflecting off the top of the projector on the left, and the image is on the laptop screen on the right.

Charting for flags and Super Saver yarn

In today’s chapter of Fun with Flags we use technology to help us chart the design for our old Macedonian ...
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It's summer and this week I've done a lot of my sampling with Super Saver yarn on my front porch swing.

Designing a flag with Super Saver yarn

This week, we're having fun with flags by designing an afghan of a country’s flag using Red Heart Super Saver ...
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Red Heart Super Saver yarn -- affordable and durable.

Sampling a flag with Super Saver yarn

Yesterday, we examined several design options for creating an afghan that incorporates a nation’s flag. Today, we’re going to look ...
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Knit a flag with Super Saver yarn

Knit a flag with Super Saver yarn

One of my favorite comedy programs on television periodically runs a segment called “Fun with Flags.” Long before this, I ...
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