How to Finish A Crochet Project When Left-handed
Time has come to finish off the crochet project you have been working on. In this article, you will learn how to:
- finish a crochet project
- weave in loose yarn ends
Once you have finished your crochet project, it is important to cut the tail end of the yarn, making sure to leave about 4 to 6 inches for weaving.
Once you have cut the yarn, pull the loose or tail end of yarn all the way through the loop on your hook, and then tighten it into place. This may seem incredibly simple, but it will secure the tail end of yarn into place.
The good thing is that you never have to worry about the loose yarn end unraveling after you pull it through the hook, and tighten it. Nor do you every have be concerned with the loose end on the opposite side of your work because it is already secure.
In fact, the only thing you have to worry about now when finishing your crochet project is how to hide the tail ends of yarn into your work. This will be explained in the second video.
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