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« on: January 03, 2010 01:54:03 PM »

Okay, so I haven't in the slightest clue know how to crochet, my mother is a constant crocheter though, but she isn't an expert or anything. I'm knitting a scarf in stockinette, which sadly, curls, and I want to crochet a border to keep it from rolling so much, but the ends are striped (blue, yellow, blue... on ends, but mainly yellow). So it'll look weird if i just choose one color over the other to border it, can i switch color along the way to match the scarf. Like do one color, end it when it comes to the next, and repeat until I'm done? Will it look odd? Or is there like some other alternative to this?
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