August 14th, 2012
- Hold the tail and the working yarn together and knit 3-4 stitches.
- Knit these stitches a little tighter than you normally would to cut down on the bulk knitting with two strands.
- Then, when you knit the next row, just make sure you knit into both strands for these stitches.
This works best with wools that will block well and hide the areas with slightly more bulk.
Weaving in ends is my least favorite part of knitting. Do you have any other suggestions on how to avoid weaving in ends?
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