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Fringe on Crocheted Scarf Unraveling

I am crocheting a scarf. How do I stop the fringe from unraveling?

By Connie from CA

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December 24, 20090 found this helpful
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Find a good stopping point and pull the end of the yarn through your final loop to secure it if you run out of yarn and need to start a new spool, or you are doing a multi-striped scarf. Thread the yarn through the stitches with a plastic needle to hide and protect it from unraveling. Do this at the very end of your project as well when the final length is achieved. Good luck.

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December 24, 20090 found this helpful

Thank you for handy hint. I thought I tried that a good stopping point where I thought it would not unraval, then I moved it around to see what would happen and you could see that eventually it will unravel. I sell at craft boutique so I want to be careful, the yarn is homespun. I'm just starting to do boutiques.

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