Ok, I've made a few beanies (via crochet) and at times I have the edge a different color so there's only one row. When I weave in the end, there is always going to be a bit that just sits there. I have tried frey check but it doesn't seem to work like glue. Is there something else I should try?
Also, if there is, can I use something to hold down the yarn I am glueing that won't stick to the glue?
I've been crocheting for a while now, I mean mostly just crocheting because it's easier and faster. I don't like the looks as much tho.
Yesterday I started a baby bootie pattern that is knit and wow did I have problems. I started it 4 times with different yarn and finally jus told myself to just do it completely just to have the experience and then make changes after that. I can not tell you how many problems I am having. Kinda funny. I still have to knit like 5 more rows and then I can finally say I finished it. The yarn I'm using is baby weight and seems to be very delicate and I'm having a hard time with it. I plan on using some worsted weight yarn next time, that I really like, but nowI will have to adjust the pattern to be the same size.
I've decided that my chronic fatique of unknown origin may be due to a pituitary problem. I now need to find a endocrinologist. The problem is I'm too fatiqued to try and look for one locally and then set up an appointment. LOL but not really LOL.