Crochet Yarn Tails - Sewing and Hiding
Video Tutorial: Crochet Yarn Tails - Sewing and Hiding
Sewing in yarn tails in going to be a similar technique for granny squares, afghans, hats, sweaters, mittens, and slippers to name a few projects.
- Make sure you create a secure knot, especially if you used the magic circle instead of a chain. Even if you use a chain, you should still securely knot the tail to be on the safe side.
- When you have a backside or an inside to your project, you can weave your yarn to the hidden side.
- Another tip for securing tails is to use a waterproof fabric glue. You only want to use a tiny dab of glue and make sure it is hidden on the backside or between the stitches. As great as it is to have a secure tail, I know from experience that a clear glue dab will be visible if it is not well hidden.