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Loose Ends

After leaving loose ends, I find a yarn needle works best to weave in.  That would be for most projects.  Don't worry about where it goes, just tuck them in and around.

For dolie type work, a yarn needle is too big and a regular needle will hurt your hard work.  I'm afraid you will have to use the crochet needle.

You don't have to use a yarn needle.  Pretty much, anything that will get the job done.