Woof, woof, woof and woof!
Today we’re up to the finishing touches on our Eyelet scarf! It’s so excitement. Do you like my picture of Emma and my scarves side by side? I think I’ve done a very good job in the end – I certainly had to unravel parts – but now it’s looking great! How is yours looking?
OK so what I really want to tell you about today is how to finish off when you’ve crocheted your last stitch. All you have to do is chop the yarn with your teeth… I mean scissors and pull the end through the last loop until it forms a knot like this:
Now you use a needle and thread to sew in the loose ends of yarn created by the color changes. It doesn’t have to be done in any particular way, I just sew an end into the fabric moving out from the knot for a little way, then turn around and sew back the way I came.
Finally I chop off the remainder of the thread and you can’t see it.
I hope your scarf is fantastic and you’ve enjoyed learning to crochet. We have some other FREE patterns for beginners that you might be interested in making so check out the Beginner Projects page for the details. Happy hooking.
Until next time …. Woof!