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Old 01-07-2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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Afghan border
I am making a crocheted afghan for my Texas daughter. She didn't need a sweater.
Anyway, the pattern is done in alternating sections. One section is large granny squares with puff stitches, and the other one is smaller puff stitches with chains.
All is done using 2 strands of worsted weight yarn, I' im using Encore. The pattern has fringe on the ends that she doesn't want so thought I'd do a simple border to give it a more finished look, but not sure if I need to do it with double strands of yarn or can I make it look good using one strand? I'm not sure I'll have enough yarn to go all the way around if I use 2.
Any ideas?
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