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Invisible finishing: Do not connect the last stitch with a slip stitch, instead, cut a long tail, thread a needle, go through the last stitch from the front of the work, bring needle through top of previous stitch and slide behind last stitch. This pic from back of work completing FO.

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Ukraine, from Iryna ~ fancy twisted interlocking stitchwork to join two pieces of fabric. Picture is big enough that I can see where the needle goes and how the thread wraps around in this embroidery technique. Try this to put together knitted or crocheted pieces?

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from Hypebeast

FILA Joins Forces With Japanese Retailers BEAMS T & MIN-NANO for Head-to-Toe Range

FILA x MIN-NANO x BEAMS T Collection

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Learn how to use leftover yarns and turn it to a magic ball. Come visit The Ball of Yarn shop (156-A W. Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, Florida 32174), where we can share all tricks about yarns or visit our site at http://www.theballofyarn.com/

Learn how to use leftover yarns and turn it to a magic ball. Come visit The Ball of Yarn shop (156-A W. Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, Florida 32174), where we can share all tricks about yarns or visit our site at http://www.theballofyarn.com/

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from Threadsmagazine.com

Video: A No-Bulk Elastic Join

Learn a bulk-free method for joining two elastic ends with thin, sturdy fabric such as organza. .

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