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Old 10-21-2009, 04:34 PM   #1
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Using a Lifeline
I'm going to try the Fluidity pattern from Mary White that was posted in the FO section recently. She recommends using a lifeline. I can't quite picture how to get the lifeline incorporated into my stitches. I plan to use white crochet cotton thread - is this a suitable choice? My yarn is a nice green color.

I did a lifeline once before, and used a different color of yarn. It was a disaster, it shed blue lint into my white stitches, and made that row lumpy and big... SO, I know what NOT to use.
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