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There are various techniques for changing your yarn, either joining a new skein of the same color or adding a new skein of a different color. The four techniques presented in Part 2 are: Russian join, floating yarn, encasing yarn and dropping yarn.

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There are various techniques for changing your yarn, either joining a new skein of the same color or adding a new skein of a different color. The five techniques presented in Part 1 are: no knot, single knot, double slip knots, split yarn and felting.

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I'm happy to announce that my Gumdrops Baby Blanket pattern is available in the Summer 2014 issue of Crochet!, page 68.

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To add a decorative ridge along the shell's change-color row, use a Front Post Cluster edging.

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When you are working a striped shell design, adding a simple, decorative border to your change color row allows the new color to peek though the shell edge.

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