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How To Weave In Ends Invisibly On Garter Stitch

Liat Gat - Founder

May 6, 2011

This video shows you how to weave in ends on garter stitch - just follow the stitch with your yarn to make your tails completely invisible on both sides.

It’s important that you have a variety of finishing techniques in your knitting arsenal, so that all of your projects look fabulous.

We’ve talked about weaving in ends the easy way (this video is included in your free video knitting dictionary), and weaving your ends when your tail is too short, but what about when your garment is reversible, like a garter-stitch scarf?

This video shows you how to weave in ends on garter stitch – just follow the stitch with your yarn to make your tails completely invisible on both sides.

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  1. Thankyou so much! Finally something that makes all those diagrams make sense….you make it look so easy! I also love how you explain how you would change what you do depending on yarn thickness, colour, stitch type etc as well…so helpful.

  2. This is great! I’ve only used one technique since I’ve started knitting- and now that I have some scarfs to finish off, I know what to do to make them better!

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