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How to Cast off Loose Ends

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Watch this video by Mikeyssmail on how to cast off and hide loose ends. This video is great for those just learning to crochet.

 

 

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i do this type of a weave in on the ends all the time. it looks pretty good, only problem is, the ends DO come out when you wash the piece, even if you choose the delicate cycle. there's less fall out of ends on delicate. they all seem to come out if you forget and leave it on normal or regular cycles. a weave in that works better is done with a yarn needle and is done on the back surface of the piece. but those pesky ends are always a never ending problem. this technique is very slow also.

There are video tutorials for various crochet stitches, etc here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcycT1YmSSM&feature=related

THESE IS GREAT. PLEASE KEEP DOING VIDEOS I WOULD LOVE TO SEE MORE CROCHET TECHNICHS I HAVE A PROMBLE WITH DC2TOG AND DEC PLEASE SHOW MORE THECH I WOULD APPRICIATED I'M A PRESON HANDS ON NEED TO SEE IT. MY BIGGEST CHALLANGES IS TRYING TO READY THE PATTER PLEASE CREATED A VIDEO OR WEB SITE WHERE WE CAN TYPE THE PROMBLE AND I CAN SEE IT ON VIDEO OR READY IT. THANK YOU FOR THESE WEB SITE IS VERY HELPFULL

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