What can you do with yarn ends?
Tie pieces together into a long string.
If they’re of similar weights, you can knit with them (join with a fisherman’s knot or do a Russian join for longer pieces, or tie with a regular knot and knit the ends in as you go), or use them for a yarn-wrapping project like letters or a funky cone tree.
What do you do with yarn after binding off?
Cut your yarn and pull it through that loop all the way and tug it tightly. Done. Weave in your end. In this case, probably sewing it into the bound off edge would be best since the cloth is two sided.
Does the magic knot ever come undone?
If you’ve discovered a real knot at the beginning of your row, then it’s really easy. All you need to do here is cut the knot out and re-join the yarn as you would if you were joining a new ball. … Magic Knot: It truly is a magical knot that won’t come undone!
Do you weave in ends before or after blocking?
Here’s my rationale: you need to wash and block pieces before you sew up, and since—see below—a seam is my favorite place to weave in an end, you need to have seamed the garment. Also, if you weave before washing and blocking, and the fabric relaxes, it can result in a pucker or bunch in the fabric.
What does weave in ends mean in knitting?
When you finish knitting, weaving in ends is simply a way to get rid of the loose dangling yarn ends that are left over.