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Step 4: Tying Up Loose Ends

While switching colors you get all these ends poking out, don't worry about it until the end and you can tie them up. Get a sewing and needle and your going to sew the end back into the scarf where it's not even noticeable. There are good tutorials on how to on YouTube.
This is amazing! I'm starting mine today after I get my supplies.
Nice job!
Hey, <br>Can you maybe add how many rows in which colors you need to do? <br>And how long will it be?
Really good, but be more explanatory, and add how many rows each color is
AWESOME!
Great job be a little more explanatory, but over all good job...I voted for you
Inspiring but try to make it more informative. Voted for you in the contest, good luck!
Got to love the Tom Baker years - they're the ones I grew up with. <br> <br><sub>Quick question about the pattern you used - I can see it's not yours by the copyright information, so how did you get permission to publish it here?</sub>
Got to love the Tom Baker years - they're the ones I grew up with. <br> <br><sub>Quick question about the pattern you used - I can see it's not yours by the copyright information, so how did you get permission to publish it here?</sub>

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