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Wrapping Hangers With Yarn

I just crochet a very very long chain. Then, even if it's too short, it can be added to and continued. I put some hot glue to the base of the "hook" and wait for it to cool. Then, you simply wrap it around, gluing every 4-6" until it's all the way around and meeting up with the other end. I sometimes leave a bit of on the end, then secure it with some pretty ribbon or matching yarn, weaving in the tail. I don't cover the hook since it wouldn't fit over the rod anymore.

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By Sandi/Poor But Proud from Salem, OR

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April 24, 20170 found this helpful

Hi, Sandi. Glue gets brittle over time. Why not try this, instead?

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