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Weaving in ends

Before you start sewing up, if you haven't done so as you worked, you need to weave in all your loose ends of yarn
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How to do it: using your tapestry needle weave the tail through the stitches on the WS of the work. If this is at the end of a row or on cast-on or cast-off edges which will be hidden in the seam, just run the yarn along the edge on the WS. If you have joined a new yarn in the middle of the row, take the yarn through the middle of the strand on the knitted fabric for a secure join and to prevent it showing on the RS.

Weaving in ends
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Weaving in ends
Before you start sewing up, if you haven't done so as you worked, you need to weave in all your loose ends of yarn

Step 1

How to do it: using your tapestry needle weave the tail through the stitches on the WS of the work. If this is at the end of a row or on cast-on or cast-off edges which will be hidden in the seam, just run the yarn along the edge on the WS. If you have joined a new yarn in the middle of the row, take the yarn through the middle of the strand on the knitted fabric for a secure join and to prevent it showing on the RS.

Weaving in ends