How do you end a weave?

To finish on a simple frame loom, cut the warp threads off the top of the frame, tie the two warp threads together, then weave the ends in through the back of your weave. If you don’t want to finish your weave by tying off your warp ends, see my post on finishing with the hem stitch.

How do you end a row in weaving?

Thread ends that stop over the last warp thread

  1. Bring the weft thread over and around to the back of the weave.
  2. Next tuck the thread into the backs of two weft “stitches” that are down one row and over one weft. Again pull the thread through gently and check the front of your weave for any issues.

Should I weave in ends before blocking?

Step 2: Weave in your ends!

Blocking will help all those little loose ends get secured in place, and also will help “set the stitches” you weave the ends into, so they don’t look quite as bumpy as you think they will.

Do you have to block knitting after every wash?

You will not need to fully reblock a wool sweater every time you wash it, but you will have to reshape a little and let it dry flat every time, just as you would if it was a store-bought wool sweater. When in doubt about how to best wash your newly knitted item, always refer to the yarn label.

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