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[Tips Discussion] Ending threads

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Post time: 2010-5-30 04:41
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There is always discussion on the best way to end threads, and rarely do they mention that you can end threads by running them under the threads on the TOP of your work.  this is especially helpful with specialty stitches and such with little thread coverage on the back.  Just be careful when clipping the thread off so as not to cut the finished stitch.

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Post time: 2021-5-7 04:01
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Gran consejo, pronto lo voy a intentar
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Post time: 2021-5-2 11:51
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ggoooooddd tip!
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Post time: 2010-5-31 23:13
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never thought of that thanks I'll try it on the next project....
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Post time: 2010-6-1 05:56
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Wow, I've never thought of it too. It might work, lol! My back is always a mess!
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Post time: 2010-6-1 20:27
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Many thanks for your advice !!!
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Post time: 2010-10-11 06:57
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thanks, never heard of that but it works
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Post time: 2011-3-14 16:26
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Thanks, will try on my next project!
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Post time: 2011-3-14 20:40
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So that's the secret for a perfect back. Thanks for sharing :)
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Post time: 2011-7-31 08:16
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I'll have to keep this little trick in mind ^_^
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Post time: 2011-8-5 03:57
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That is certainly worth thinking about. I have only ever run my thread through the back of the stitches.
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Post time: 2011-8-23 05:28
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Ooh, this would come in handy for confetti type stitches where there are no surrounding stitches to bury the thread. You could run the thread under the back and under the top to make it secure without being lumpy. Gonna try that. Thanks for the tip!
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