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absolom Posted - 02/02/2014 : 8:24:15 PM
I have finished knitting all of the pieces of my teddy bear using Bernat Tizzy. What is the best way to darn in the ends when finishing? The yarn doesn't really go into my darning needle. Any help is appreciated.

Donna F Boucher
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absolom Posted - 02/05/2014 : 1:54:35 PM
Thank you. I will have a look in Michael's next time I am there.

Donna F Boucher
Ceil Posted - 02/02/2014 : 9:22:47 PM
DMC Chenille needles have larger eyes and are shorter. Find them at Michael's. Also take tahr needle through the yarn plies, instead of under and over. The ends will stay put that way.

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