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  1. GREAT video!  I could never find an instructional video or book to help me.  With your video, I think it has finally "clicked".  I am going to look around to see if you have any other videos.  Thank you for creating this! Lori

  2. Thank you so much for this. I really appreciate your videos, I will be watching them more often.
    I wanted to know what yarn you are using in this video? It looks just so beautiful and soft

  3. @Jowhke11
    Hi, if you plan to use the yarn again, you can have that strand follow along the side too.

  4. @Jowhke11
    Hi, if you plan to use the yarn again, you can have that strand follow along the side too.
    You can have several strands follow along the edge, but not too many as this would make the side too bulky. As soon as you are done with a color and know you will not use it again, then cut the yarn.

  5. @Jowhke11 Hi, if you plan to use the yarn again, you can have that strand follow along the side too.
    You can have several strands follow along the edge, but not too many as this would make the side too bulky. As soon as you are done with a color and know you will not use it again, then cut the yarn.

  6. @Jowhke11 Hi, if you plan to use the yarn again, you can have that strand follow along the side too.
    You can have several strands follow along the edge, but not too many as this would make the side too bulky. As soon as you are done with a color and know you will not use it again, then cut the yarn.

  7. @Jowhke11 HI, if you plan to use the yarn again, you can have that strand follow along the side too.
    You can have several strands follow along the edge, but not too many as this would make the side too bulky. As soon as you are done with a color and know you will not use it again, then cut the yarn, also if you know it will be a while until you use it again, then also cut and start it again when you are there.

  8. @Jowhke11 HI, if you plan to use the yarn again, you can have that strand follow along the side too.
    You can have several strands follow along the edge, but not too many as this would make the side too bulky. As soon as you are done with a color and know you will not use it again, then cut the yarn, also if you know it will be a while until you use it again, then also cut and start it again when you are there.

  9. Thanks for this 🙂 just a quick question, what if i want to add for example yellow and leave out the white.. do i cut it off or what do i do.. sorry i'm new to this and just want to learn more :).. thank you

  10. How would you carry the not-in-use yarn along the edge, if you were doing a twisted-chain selvedge? I'm not sure how you're supposed combine this technique with the first slip-stitch required for the selvedge. Any advice would be much appreciated!

  11. @missfame525 the yarn we are using in our videos is DROPS Eskimo, which is available world wide.
    More info and colorcards on our website garnstudio . com

  12. this video is realy cool but, what is it you are making? I've seen something like that before but I don't know what it is. is it just a stockinette strip for demonstration, or are you actualy making something?

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