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How to Finish the Edges on a Latch Hook Rug.?

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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 that segment as directed below, then trim more as needed. 2. Fold the
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