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How to End a Crochet Project

Find out how to bind off and hide loose ends with this tutorial.

How to End a Crochet Project

Learn how to end a crochet project with this tutorial. We also have a great instructional video on how to weave in ends crochet. There are also some helpful tips. Binding off your crochet project is simple.

This tutorial will explain how to bind off crochet like a pro. Hide those loose ends by using a crochet weaving technique. This produces quality crochet edges for your afghans, granny squares, table decor, and so much more.

There are so many beginner crochet videos and tutorials that teach you how to start but it's just as important to know how to end.

How to Tie Off Crochet

At the end of your last row or round, cut the yarn from the ball leaving a 4-inch long tail. Yarn over and draw the tail through the loop on the hook. Tighten.



 

How to Weave in Ends in Crochet

Most often, the yarn tails will be woven into the piece at the end of a project. Thread a yarn needle (with a larger eye) with the yarn tail.

With the wrong side of the piece showing (the inside for example), weave the needle inside the loops of several stitches. Clip any remaining yarn closely to the piece.



 

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I didnt know that there were choices of how to finish a project. I thought there were just basically one or two ways depending on what technique you are using and what stitches your project are made with. This article didnt really add any new info and didnt go into much detail either.

Did someone say Jackpot? Yes, it was me. I teach my friends how to crochet and they are just beginners so we need basic, easy to read and understand tutorials. Some say they are for beginners but they are not. This one truly is and it's going to be very helpful, thank you!

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