I remember being a beginner and it was terrible when I came to the very end. You know what I’m talking about. They just tell you, “weave ends” or “weave in ends” or better yet, “finish off”. Ha! If you’ve never done that, ya might be a little stuck. I get it. I do that with my projects, and I just noticed a few months ago… Yeah, let’s fix that! 🙂
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To weave ends you can take the yarn right through the stitches, although if you only do this, it might not be too secure.
You can take the needle down stitches to weave in other rows/rounds.
You can mix it up a bit. I think the most important part, is not to skip over huge chunks of the project. It will be sooo visible and kinda ruin the look of your project. Just try to follow the stitch as much as possible.
I like to split yarn (while making sure it’s hidden). It actually a great way to secure your weaving better. You can use thread and a embroidery needle to secure the end. Just sew it right in. I haven’t ever used this method, but I hear it’s very effective. Otherwise, just cut the extra yarn and you’re done! Woohoo! You just learned how to weave in ends with knit and crochet!!!! 😀
If ya have any other ways you like to weave ends, leave them in the comments below! We would love to hear how you weave your ends in.