Knitting How To: Weaving In Loose Ends





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Published on Jan 23, 2016

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Every knitting project will have loose ends that need to be woven in to neatly finish the piece of work. The basic method is weaving the loose end of the yarn under and over the ridges of the pattern on the wrong side of the work *or* along the cast on/bind off edge.

When I weave the loose ends into the edge of the work (ie the cast on or bind off edges) I just quickly weave the yarn through with no particular method other than making sure I weave it in at least 1 inch one way, and then at least 1 inch the opposite direction.

Materials needed:
- sharp scissors ( http://amzn.to/1K3WPl9 )
- jumbo tapestry needle ( http://amzn.to/1OFW4h0 )
- crochet hook ( http://amzn.to/1QrHITL )


My blog for free knitting patterns: http://purllin.blogspot.com

Tweet me with questions: http://www.twitter.com/L_LIN

Tag me in your knitting photos: http://www.instagram.com/L_LIN


If you need help with deciding on what materials to start with:
Here is a great beginner set of straight knitting needles from Amazon: http://amzn.to/1HXCLz2

I recommend using chunky/thick yarn for beginners, my favorite yarn is Lion Brand's Hometown USA: http://amzn.to/18M2VFn

Audio Credits:
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Intro/Outro audio: Kevin MacLeod - Mining By Moonlight


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