I’ve never used this trim in multi-colors but if I had to guess I think it would look cool!

Try and it out and tell me how it looked!

-Erin

]]>I’m working an afghan in rounds of two alternating colors. Would using one color for Rows 1 and 2, and the second for Row 3 work, or should i stick with one color of the other?

]]>they’re very helpful.

i’m linkung. i hope you agree.

many greetings, doro.

]]>A multiple of 4 plus 1 means that you need to chain a number that can be divided by 4 and then chain 1 more ch (usually to count as a turning chain).

So for example you can chain any multiple of 4: 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32 etc…etc…in order to reach the length you are trying to get.

Following the rule ‘a multiple of 4 plus 1’ will insure that the pattern of the trim (in this case) is worked correctly.

Hope this helps!

-Erin

]]>Rachel,what do you mean on you trim pattern, multiple of 4 pluse 1,i never did understand when a pattern say,to multiple,can you help me?

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