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Old 01-29-2003, 04:34 PM   #15
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The next logical step after all the second row has been tied, is to tie the third row.

Take your time tying this row. Not only are you tying to keep the hackles on, but this will be very visible. So tie very neatly and cover up all of the base of the hackle with the crochet thread.

A lot of people use a contrasting color thread here. It adds to the look and flash of the bustles.

When done, they should look like this:
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