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  • Maria Elena Garcia

    Illustration 4 shows crossed stitches at the bottom of a vertical opening such as a pocket slit or a vertical buttonhole, or at the bottom of a sleeve opening.

  • Zinaida

    [crossing-stitches-4.jpg] cross stitches in the row before a separation (like heel flaps, sleeve openings, vertical pocket slits) to avoid stretching into holes; from the incomparable TECHknitter http://techknitting.blogspot.com/2009/04/crossing-stitches-one-way-to-avoid-hole.html

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