When you’ve finished a project or piece of a project, you’ll likely need to hide in the ends, meaning these little tail ends here. The main way to do that is by simply sewing the end into some stitches that are close by.
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Sewing in loose tail ends on a flat piece is simple. Usually in patterns this is written as “hide ends” or “hide tail ends”.