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Sunday, July 24, 2005

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Mardel, take a look at the technique section of any Interweave Knit magazine. When you do M1R and M1L right after M1R, a bar will show up across the newly created stitches. When you do M1L and then M1R, the bar will show up on the reverse side of the fabric. I may have confused the terms here between M1R and M1L. Try them out and see what you find. Good luck!

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