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Old 01-18-2012, 04:39 PM   #1
NorthernIrelandKnitter
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Working Morse Code Into a Pattern
I want to knit something for my husband - sampler or wash cloth perhaps - with something in morse across the centre, probably his amateur radio callsign which is a combination of letters and numbers. I was wondering how I should go about doing this. The morse bit should be distinct across the piece so that he can't miss it.

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Gillian

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