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Old 02-20-2010, 12:03 PM   #7
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Just 2 rows won't be much of a loop, and they can easily be hidden in the seam. If your item is to be seamless, you'd ned some sort of edging on it to hide the small loops.

If you have one of the more popular knitting machines, that is how 2 color knitting would be anyway, as they knit 2 rows of color 1, then 2 rows of color 2. Superba and certain Toyota machines are the only ones than can knit 2 colors in the same row, not 2 at a time.

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