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Hi Jodi, welcome to the 'ville.  I'm not sure what you mean by a 'seamless stitch', the only thing that comes to mind is that you are working in a spiral?

I am going to assume you are in the US, stitch terms are different in the UK.  (a US SC is a UK DC for example)  So I'm guessing you have a DC that is towering over the spot you want to stop at.  The best way to disguise that is to make a series of ever-shorter stitches, so they taper off to almost nothing.

After the last DC, make a HDC, an extended single crochet (video) , a regular SC, and a slip stitch.  This slop will show, a little, but you have to look for it.  You might be able to disguise this slope by then chaining 1, and working 1 round of SC all around and joining the last SC to the first with a slip stitch.  Or, even better/distracting disguise, after that row of SC I just described, might be a reverse SC, or possibly picots (count your stitches to see if you can evenly distribute them).  

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