Re: Newbie Questions
- I actually made a tutorial for hiding ends. It's for crochet so the
first half just ignore since it won't work. The second half though
shows how to weave the ends in.
I usually tie my ends together after I finish the project, then weave
them in for security. I've never had a knot show, or a tail come out.
Hopefully this link will help:
Like I said the first half (blue yarn and crochet hook) is not really
aplicable, the second half(striped red/grey/black yarn and needle)
should be helpful though. :)
--- In ROUNDLOOMS@yahoogroups.com, "Mary Jeanne" <m_j_pettit@...> wrote:
> Well, I don't do knots unless there is no other choice. I will use
> the shoelace trick then hide the ends. I have been doing this for so
> many years I have lost count of them. I have never (knock on wood),
> had anything fall to pieces. I have many crocheted afghans hanging
> around made in the last 20+ years and a couple of baby ghans made
> around 38 years ago.
> To end you simply pull the cut yarn end through the last stitch and
> tighten it up, hide the end and you are done. Just be careful when
> you do this and it will be fine.
> Oh I saw someone linked you to a sweater pattern over at Cindys site.
> --- In ROUNDLOOMS@yahoogroups.com, "shari6137" <shari6137@> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am a bit new to this, I have made a few things and I am "hooked"
> > it. I have a few questions..
> > 1. How do I end one color and start another without a knot being
> > 2. How do I end the project without a knot showing?
> > 3. Where can I find a simple baby sweater pattern?
> > I have tried to figure it out myself but I haven't been able to so