Working in rounds – 2 ways to Fasten off

Fasten off when working in continuous rounds

Fasten off when working in continuous rounds:

  1. cut the thread leaving approximately 10cm as a tail and pull the tail though the last stitch
  2. using a needle or a hook pull the tail through second stitch of the previous row (skipping one stitch) and back into last stich of the current round

Invisible fasten off when working in rounds and joining the rows

Invisible fasten off when working in rounds and joining the rows:

  1. cut the thread leaving approximately 10cm as a tail and pull the tail though the last stitch
  2. using a needle or a hook pull the tail through first stitch of the same  row (skipping the chain at the beginning of the row) and back into last stich
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3 thoughts on “Working in rounds – 2 ways to Fasten off

  1. I am making a soccer ball. It refers me to nomacreations.wodpress.com/2011/10/16/how-to-fasten-off-in-continuous-rows-2/ This is not available on the internet. How may I find instructions to fasten off continuous rows?

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