Here’s how to weave in the yarn ends at
the end of your project. In the places you started a new skein, make
a single overhand tie to join the two strands, then thread one onto a yarn needle. Thread the yarn needle through the stitches
of your project to bury the tail. You can do this in any direction you like
if your project is a solid color. For stripes or variegated yarn, the path your
yarn takes should follow its same color. When you are a decent distance away from the
source and confident the tail won’t work its way loose, you can trim it close, then
stretch your project a bit to absorb the cut end.