Weaving In Cotton Ends on Knitting Projects

Weaving In Cotton Ends on Knitting Projects


So I’m going to be talking about how to weave in ends with cotton yarn and of course cotton yarn needs to be treated differently than wool because the fiber doesn’t stick to itself and the cotton yarn can be Can come undone so here’s my little tiny swatch that I made and here’s where I cast on and here’s where I bound off so I’m threading my Tail on to a tapestry needle. I’m gonna flip it over so that the wrong side is showing and I would just go in here and Find a little edge that I can go into and you see how I kind of squared up that corner by bringing my Working yarn through there. You can do that, too with yours and then I Would just go down this little edge right here Okay What I’m trying to do is get away from that corner Okay then what I want to do is I want to get One I’m gonna take these plies first. Let’s see if I can take the place first and You can split the price in half by taking your tapestry needle and kind of opening that yarn up and Since this is a six ply. I’m just grabbing three stands each and then I put it back onto a Tapestry needle with half the plies on one side and half the place. I’m just gonna lay there for a second. Okay? And then thread it on there And I want to go One half stitch away I want to get out from underneath that you’re in there and then go one half stitch away from That other yarn the other half of the Strand that I have there right so then I have Let me show you I have one half stitch on one side of the purl bump and one half of the working yarn on the other side, right There and then I would just tie a Knot so the right hand side goes over And then I would even switch hands and do Another knot and you can split the plies again and go down further and tie another knot if you wanted or you could just simply grab your scissors and Find the ends of that yarn and Just cut it off Really close to the edge and then You have your yarn woven in and it won’t come apart and You that’s one way to deal with the ends with cotton yarn, so give that a go and see if that works for you

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