One of the most frequent questions I get asked is how do I weave in my ends, especially on corner-to-corner (C2C) crochet projects. I’ve posted a few quick videos on my Facebook page a few times over the years, but thought it warranted a full blog post to clear up any confusion!
The method I use is pretty simple: with your tapestry needle, weave in the strand 3-5 times within the same color square as the yarn strand and snip! You want to make sure you don’t weave your end in a straight line, otherwise there is a chance your project could come unraveled. So purposely weave from differently angles and directions.
Snip yarn fairly close to your project! If you have woven the strand in tightly, it won’t come unraveled!
With C2C crochet, your will sometimes get squares of the same color that are unconnected. Use your ends to your advantage! Weave the yarn over both corners of the squares that you want connected to perfect the design and image you want on your blanket.
Here is full video tutorial on how I weave in my ends!
Finished blanket post coming soon!