How To: Use a stranded colorwork pattern

Use a stranded colorwork pattern

In this tutorial, we learn how to use a stranded color work pattern. Start with a basic pattern to help you learn how to do this. Use a chart to help you keep track of where you are and what you have done. Use a sticky not over the rows so you don't get ahead of yourself. Start off with the color that is first, then continue on to do the other colors that are on that row. When finished with this, remove the sticky note and continue onto the other colors that the chart shows. On the first stitch of every row, work the two strands together to anchor it together. When you reach the top, bind your yarn off and you're finished!

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