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I knitted the little afghans, 3 at a time on extra long needles. It was just simple knit and purl to make the afghan. Then I took a yarn needle and wove the colored yarns in and out of the stitches in the afghan. Last, but not least, I cut short pieces of the cream yarn and used a teeny, tiny crochet hook to pull them through the end stitches to make the fringe. It was as easy as that.

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Fall Swap 2005

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I started to put the afghan on the bed in my Haunted House, but then I HAD to put it on the Murphy bed in the Glencroft pub, both because the colors look so much better there & because I'm thinking of offering the HH to one of our elementary schools.

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I love this afghan!! The colors are perfect for autumn. I can't wait to get the Haunted House done so I can lay this across the bed. My only wish is that it were bigger so I could wrap myself up in it!! biggrin.gif

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You call that easy?? blink.gif Wow if that's easy you're one tallented knitter! It looks and sounds really hard to me - but Very Beautiful! What lucky recipients to get these


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