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Old 11-26-2012, 01:24 PM   #1
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Covering inside stitching

I finally ventured off and am knitting an owl hat. After I put the eyes on, the beak, etc, I have a lot of inside work showing. I don't like the idea of the person receiving the hat to be able to see all of the stitching work inside (knots, weaving, etc).

Is there a way to cover all of this up? What does one do or do I give it to her just looking that way?

Thank you so much!!
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