Thanks for the tutorial. After seeing your instructions for the flower, I now know how to convert another flower pattern to be just the way I wanted it!
Love these thankyou for the pattern :))
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thank you for these coasters.
Sorry if this should be obvious... I should end off each color, on each row? I made the potholder- love it, and liked just letting the colors hang, but with no back...will all the ends woven in be bumpy? Thanks again for sharing your patterns!!
Hi Mary BethI do not end off each color on each row on any project. On the coaster, I would just drop each color and pick it up again when I need it on the next row. That way, the only have the beginning and ending ends to weave in for each color. I have a tutorial on changing colors along with some helpful hints on the blog that demonstrates this and you may find it helpful. You can find it on the left sidebar of the blog under the "Free Patterns and Tutorials".Hope this helps!Doni
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