Weaving in the Ends

Anyone who crochets or knits knows that finishing a project requires weaving in the ends. It’s tedious, especially if you’re a newbie like me using a yarn needle to do the job.

Threading a yarn needle is easy but can be time consuming when you’ve changed colors several times and have lots of loose threads that need to be tucked away.

I thankfully discovered finishing needles on Amazon. ¬†They are inexpensive and make the needle threading faster and easier. All you have to do is stick two fingers into the open space, grab the yarn and pull it through. My only complaint is they have a little nub on the side that snags the yarn when you’re weaving in the ends but it was easily removed with a nail file.

FullSizeRender (4)Please note that I paid for this product and am happy to give it a good review.

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Welcome to SuNaMe of Crafts

cropped-suname_11.jpgWe’re sisters who grew up in a creative environment. Our mother, aunts and grandmothers created things by hand for us and other family members. They found creating something unique for the people they love incredibly satisfying. A frugal family, they also knew they could make the things their loved ones needed and wanted for much less financial expenditure and with higher quality than the “store bought” options.

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