Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a vintage baby hat part 10/10.
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So now you’ve just finished off, you’ve slipped stitch where you are now done, this thing is like so cute. So grab on your needle just to have it on the loop, grab your scissors and I will just go right above my hand between my two fingers and cut it. And what you want to do and what I would recommend is pull this up slowly, so you can pull this string over and through this loop because chances are the baby —on this or something, it’s going to have to be washed, so I would actually make sure you tie a knot right here, so pulling it through.
Okay so now you have your knot. So what you need to do with the loose end, just go on the very edge. I pushed this back, grab it with a loop and put through, push it backward going to the very next stitch, pulling it through and this is called the weaving, when you do this and its the perfect way to hide your loose sticklers without anybody knowing its there. And because you tied it already, it’s not going to come loose, it wouldn’t come loose anyway but you know if your kids is throwing it—stroller or something, and throwing the hat around you don’t want it extra forced.
Okay, so we’ve just weaved it from here to here that’s about, my finger is about an inch, so what we’re going to do is now we’re going to trim. You noticed how I did not trim it all the way to the end, I’m going to pull it out and I’m going to trim it again. See what I did there, by pulling it, stretching it, I pulled it to what it would be, pulled it with the maximum, so if it gets smaller— you know that thing starts, and that’s it.