I love to knit, crochet and do other crafts. I don't usually have a problem reading directions and creating the item. Sometimes I can just look at it and figure it out. However, I've come across a new technique that has me stumped! It's called "Sashay". It sounds and looks simple but I just can't grasp the concept. Anyone ever worked with this material? I've read and re-read the instructions. I've watched instructional videos. Still it just doesn't make sense to me. HELP!
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