I do pretty much the same as you do...
It seems that I've had a lot of stripy projects lately...which means lots more ends to weave!
I force myself to weave each end as I go.....otherwise, I will leave a project unfinished for YEARS....then end up giving it away to someone who'll actually finish and use it!!
I've done that too! It's funny because I've gotten a few gifts like that as well. :)
Ugh! I hate tying ends in! I'm terrible about it; I leave it until the last minute then have nothing but ends to do.
Mine always poke out, any tips?
Something that seems to help is after you're done weaving, give the yarn a gentle tug, snip it, then give the garment a gentle tug in all directions. Usually that will make it disappear.
I'm a new bee to crocheting and I must learn to weave the ends. After all I sew to a living and always snip my cotton ends off.PS as I'm so new.Does anyone have a pattern they share with me.A flower headband for little and big girls.The ones you see at festivals, like a daisy chain type thing. I'm waffling now.PS great ideas. I've done quite and I thought I'd never be able to crochet.ThanksSharonbased in the UK
Thanks Sharon! Working on some headbands now...will have them up in the next week or so.
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o, yes, I do the same thing... I didn't know it's not only me ;).
I didn't realize it either, but after reading all of these comments, I think we all do it!
Yes! I have a cowl I need to weave ends for that. (:
Me too! Just sitting there waiting for me...
I have tied the 2 loose ends of a cowl I made for myself together just so I could wear it right away and didn't have to weave in my ends.
I've done that before too! :)
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