Okay, recently I’ve been interested in Fair Isle techniques and I’ve learned how to weave the ends while knitting, as I go along. So I started thinking, why can’t I just do this in regular knitting (when I change colors, start a new ball of yarn, etc.)? I’ve tried it, and it seems to work. Bye-bye tapestry needle!!! It’s so fabulous that I’m thinking “surely there’s a catch.” So:
Does anyone know if there’s a good reason not to use this technique in regular knitting? Is it a less durable method or something?
If there’s no reason not too, I say jump on this bandwagon, everyone! It sure beats sitting around with an almost-finished object for two weeks before I finally do the weaving-finishing tasks that I hate most. This way weaving is almost like knitting. :cheering:
Feedback is so appreciated!