How to Finish a Knitted Hat by Threading Yarn Through the Remaining Stitches

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The final step of knitting a hat will commonly be threading the remaining yarn through the last stitches to put that finishing touch on the whole project. Finish a knitted hat by threading yarn through the remaining stitches with help from a yarn store owner and crafty lady in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Kelly from wildyarns.com in Denver, Colorado. I'm going to show you how to finish a hat by sewing through the remaining stitches. To finish a knitted hat by threading yarn through the remaining stitches, you'll take the yarn and cut it about 12 inches from your last stitch. You'll thread on a tapestry needle and you will just put the tapestry needle through each stitch, removing the knitting needle as you go. Once you've put the tapestry needle with the yarn through all of your stitches, you'll pull tight and you'll sew your yarn through some other stitches hiding the, the end of the yarn. I hope you enjoyed learning how to sew the yarn through the remaining stitches on a knitted hat. I'm Kelly from wildyarns.com in Denver, Colorado. Thanks for watching and happy knitting.

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