Cynthia Blackwell

Cynthia Blackwell

Cynthia Blackwell
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This is absolutely the best method I've ever used for joining yarn when you don't want the bulk of weaving in all the ends, especially in a multi-colored project. I try to gauge the knot so that it is at the end of a row -- and I also give the knot a tug before I cut the ends to make sure it is as tight as possible. I've never had this come loose in any project I've ever made -- whether an afghan or clothing, etc.

A wonderful small knot joining two pieces of yarn or string. This one is easier for me to understand.

What to do with all that scrap yarn? Crochet flowers! Got 1000 flowers? Sew them together to make a beautiful blanket! So pretty.

Many teeny tiny flowers made into one amazing blanket. After you finish a project make a few. Then one day viola! You will have your leftover flower blanket!

the cutest way ever to end you left-over yarn : the One-Round Granny crochet blanket!

the cutest way ever to end you left-over yarn : the One-Round Granny crochet blanket! <= This is the most awesomest way to use the left over yarn.t have patience for that.