Weaving in Ends

How to Weave, Graft and Sew in Knitting

Thread a tapestry needle with the yarn tail, and run the yarn tail through the back loops of the stitches, working diagonally along the piece. Weave at least two inches in one direction and then another two inches in the other directions. Gently pull the fabric a bit to even the stitches out, and then cut off the end of the yarn tail.
Weaving in Ends
Weaving in Ends
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