How do you continue a finished crochet project?
Make sure you crochet the first round/row clockwise. Moisten finished ears, spread them and let them dry. You can crochet the ears as separate pieces and then sew them onto the head. When you finish the first row/round of the ear, you can remove all the additional markers and continue working.
Why does my yarn keep unravel when I crochet?
Sometimes your yarn splits because you are working against the direction that the yarn is twisted in, so you are basically untwisting it. By working with the opposite end of the yarn you can work into the same direction that the yarn is twisted in, so that it doesn’t split.
How do you keep yarn from unraveling?
Cover the tip of the yarn in a sealant that is specifically designed for the prevention of fraying such as Fray Check, Fray Block, or Aleene’s Stop Fraying. These items can be found in your craft store and in some supercenter craft aisles. Allow the solution to dry over a scrap piece of fabric or paper towel.