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    Jean Marie's Avatar
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    weaving in yarn ends

    Hello,
    I crocheted some granny squares and put some of the squares together with the invisible stitch and crocheted some more squares and put some more squares together with the invisible stitch. I have 1 more granny square to crochet and put together w/the invisible stitch plus a few more squares that I have done that need to be sewed on w/the invisible stitch. When completed it will be 42 granny squares put together. I was weaving in in the yarn ends and I came across some yarn that showed through on the wrong side so I pulled the yarn tighter only I got a loop so I weaved in the loop. I didn't cut it. Has this ever happened to you?

    Jean Marie

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    Yes and I learned the hard way not to give in and cut the loop.

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    Yes. I also left it alone.

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