If you switched yarns in the middle of a row and have loose ends dangling there, you need to weave the ends in horizontally. Untie the knot or pick out one of the stitches if you worked a stitch with a double strand of yarn.
Take a careful look at those by-now very familiar purl bumps. You'll notice that the tops of the purl stitches look like "over" bumps, and the running threads between the stitches look like "under" bumps (see Figure 16-2).
Using a tapestry needle, weave the ends in as follows:
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