This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to weave in your ends when knitting brioche. The unique construction of the brioche stitch requires a slightly different method of weaving in ends to finish your project. We make it look easy.
Step 1: Thread the tail of your yarn through your darning or tapestry needle.
Step 2: Thread the needle under the ridges of your ribs. Feel free to pierce the yarn as you go.
Step 3: Bring the needle under the knit stitches to the other side of the ridge.
Step 4: Thread the needle under the ridges going the opposite direction.
When you are finished cut the yarn flush to the fabric and give your work a little stretch.
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