Once the first five rows are complete, the pattern has a repeating of 12 rows in all. For 6 rows, it’s using just 1 strand of the Super Saver O’Go in self-striping format and the other 6 rows are bouncing between the solid colour Super Saver O’Go and self-striping yarn.
It makes self-striping yarns look almost random but intentionally planned. It’s pretty smart.
The tutorial will show you the key concepts of this technique including:
- How to fasten off.
- How to create the edging so the roll calms down.
- How to weave in your tail ends.
- How to apply fringe.
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