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How do you finish a latch hook rug?

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There are several ways to finish a latch hook rug. The easiest way is, before you start hooking the yarn, fold the raw edges under and use a simple stitch to hold them in place. As you begin, push your hook through both layers of canvas. When you have finished with the yarn, the edges will be finished, too. Another way to finish a rug is to use binding tape on the back of the rug. Other people prefer to use a sewing machine and sew the edges after they are folded to the back
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1. Cut the excess mesh off of your latch hook rug at about 1-1/2 inches from where your hooked rug ends. Trim only a short segment to start with, in order to prevent fraying. Sew
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How to finish the back of a latch hook rug. I have a rectangular rug and a round one.
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You can create a picture frame for it so it can hang on the wall. Most picture frames will fit the outside of the rug. You just don't put the glass over it. It actually makes a great
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Hi! I know your problem and I start searching the internet and I found this http://www.wikihow.com/Hook-a-Rug You can easily follow the steps there because it has pictures.. Happy
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