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Old 01-12-2012, 01:59 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by salmonmac View Post
Daylily is right. If you just cut it off, the end will work its way out of the first couple of sts. Weaving in the end or working the first few sts with both the working yarn and tail are the usual ways to handle this. Actually, knitting with both the working yarn and tail is unnoticeable. I think you see it so much in the video because itís such thick yarn on maybe a smaller needle.
OK, thanks. This makes a lot of sense, and you're right. The yarn in the video was thick. I guess you've solved my tail problem then. I'm going to assume that most knitters do this. Please let me know if I'm wrong or if there are any other novice options. Thank you.

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