How to Weave in Ends like a Pro - Sheep Among Wolves
Do you dislike how your knitting looks after you've woven in the tails? Or do the ends wriggle free and poke through? Or do you just want to learn how else to weave in ends? Then click through and read on to learn how to do it like the pros!
I selected these patterns because they were rated easy by other knitters or labeled easy by the designer. And, though some of these patterns are great for beginners, some do require knowledge of stitches beyond just knit and purl. Many of the patterns are free
One Skein Wonder is an easy scarf that is worked from corner to edge using increases as well as bind-off stitches in order to show off the color changes in the skein on a bias. Although it isn’t necessary, a variegated skein of yarn is highly recommended for this project. It is a lot of fun to watch the colors as they stripe and pool throughout the scarf. These instructions are easy to follow and only include basic knitting skills.