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1  Ending off in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by Xecaria on: July 16, 2011 04:58:26 PM
I am crocheting a companion cube from the game Portal as a gift for another person.

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I didn't think ahead and sewed the main dark grey squares together before I added the lighter grey accents, so now I have to deal with sewing these on through a slit I left to fill with stuffing later.

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This is my first attempt at trying to crochet something 3D-ish, and I am having one major trouble. How do I end off something from the inside like this? I don't want the end on the outside, but because of the way I placed it together I can't knot really close to the material.  Does anybody know of an easier way to do this?  Huh

Sorry if I didn't make a lot of sense.

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