When a circular knitting project is complete, you may notice the point where the round join comes together is a bit untidy. In this video, Mary Beth Temple shares a simple tip for weaving in the ends at this join so that it is neatly joined together.
She takes a blunt-tipped tapestry needle and threads it onto the yarn tail. She takes the tapestry needle and brings it through the cross bar underneath the first stitch where the join is located on the project. She uses a blunt needle so that the plies of the yarn will not be split as she’s bringing the needle through the stitch. Once the passes through this bar, she pulls the yarn through. The join is much neater, and the ends of the project can be woven in as usual.