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Old 02-13-2013, 12:44 PM   #1
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Securing tails from color changes
Most of you know I'm working on my first project, "The Scarf".

In doing so there are several color changes, I have done these successfully and at some point I will have to secure the tails that I have from all the joins. My actual joins are fine, but the pieces that stick out that I've planned on weaving back upon itself to secure the joint even further are piling up on me.

How do you secure tails in your work from either color changes or yarn changes?

Is there a best way?

I'm not quite ready to do this yet, as I still have several color changes yet to make, but I'd still like to get a plan together now as it will be upon me soon.

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