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Old 12-13-2007, 12:50 PM   #1
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weaving in the ends to finish project
Where is the site for showing how to weave in the ends? Tell me how they dont come out over time? Just lucky? It just works that way? or Just dont know?
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It must be magic.

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Magic.. I don't know either, but magic works for me! Some yarns stay woven better than others.. cotton tends to want to unwrap itself so make sure you do plenty of stitches for cotton.
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