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diagonal stitch afghan

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Does anyone know how to make the starting color and ending color the same when doing a striped corner start afghan:? I read :read a tip somewhere on how to do this but I can't remember where. :ohdear

 

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Guest SamplerLady

I don't think I understand your question, Dot..... I want to answer you by saying that when you get to the last corner you change colors and finish it off....

 

Are you following a set pattern of colors and want to make sure it ends up with the two corners the same? That I can't help you with without graphing out the whole thing on paper. My brain doesn't wrap around stuff like that without paper and pencil.

 

Guess I just muddied the waters a bit more.... :bang mmouseplus.gif

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I know that you just change colors, but in order to start with black and end with black on the diagonal stitch, I thought there was a trick to it. Something about making the stripes an even or odd number of rows. Does that make sense?

 

Thanks for your answer.

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Guest SamplerLady

Yeah, it makes sense, but I've never made one that figuring it out was necessary. I would have to graph it out myself. Maybe this will help. mmouseplus.gif

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WOW! :eek2 Did you do that for me?:hug2 Thank you! :hug It will help. :yay2

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Guest SamplerLady

You are both welcome. It was easy to do on my cross stitch program. Just a couple of minutes. Glad I could be of help to you! If you need a more exact one, perhaps multiple rows of colors or anything, let me know. It's really a quick thing to do. mmouseplus.gif

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