First, the teddy bear. It was from a book, Kids Knitting I think. Something along those lines. A very simple pattern. Btw, please forgive my HORRIBLE camera skills, especially on the teddy bear. Pic is hugely inadequate.
Hehe, as you can see, it still had some ends needing to be woven in.
And here's the hat:
It's from the Yarn Girl's Guide to Kid Knits, or something like that. And in case you were wondering, yes, my baby cousin does have a big head, since evidently the hat can fit on mine too.
hey! It has a santa hat on! lol, I just noticed that.
My question was, since I carried the yarn up the side of the hat, and then seamed it, it has some loops of yarn going up the inside. Do I have to cut those and weave them all in, or not? And if so, what's the point of carrying yarn, because it's the same end product as cutting it?