This tutorial is part of our Read Along Knit Along series & is brought to you by LoveKnittingEucalan & Knitter’s Pride. Learn about our sponsors and enter to win the RALKAL prize pack here

Many people find weaving in ends to be one of the most frustrating parts of intarsia knitting. Click through for a video tutorial that walks you through how to weave in all of those pesky ends, specifically for intarsia colorwork.
Intarsia can be an intimidating knitting technique. If you’re here, you might be finding yourself in this boat: You’ve mastered the technique and are SO excited because you’re almost done with your project… And then you remember how many ends you’ve got to weave in. So many folks find weaving in ends to be one of the most frustrating parts of the skill, and with all colorwork, ends are a necessary part of the process. Let’s walk you through how to weave in all of those pesky ends, specifically for intarsia colorwork.

How to Weave in Intarsia Ends + Tips for Intarsia Finishing

Concepts Covered:

  • weaving ends into intarsia joins
  • duplicate stitch for weaving in ends
  • dry blocking
  • wet blocking

Many people find weaving in ends to be one of the most frustrating parts of intarsia knitting. Click through for a video tutorial that walks you through how to weave in all of those pesky ends, specifically for intarsia colorwork.

This tutorial is part of our Read Along Knit Along series & is brought to you by LoveKnittingEucalan & Knitter’s Pride. Learn about our sponsors and enter to win the RALKAL prize pack here

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