As any new knitter will tell you, weaving in yarn ends seems like it should be a pretty straightforward task, but hiding those extra inches can be surprisingly frustrating if you don’t know what you’re doing. Luckily, learning three simple techniques—the selvedge edge weave, duplicate stitch, and invisible purl bump weave—will have you finishing your knitting projects like a pro in no time!
In their thorough step-by-step tutorials, Shannon and Jason from Shibaguyz Designz will walk you through three options for weaving in ends on your knitting projects, providing examples of when you might use each technique.
This super-helpful guide is broken into three sections—one for each technique—and you’ll find clear photos of each step to shepherd you through the process.
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