Weaving in ends

Whenever I’m weaving in ends after crocheting, I’ve found the they keep coming undone so I was wondering what’s the best way to weave in ends? Any tips or tricks will be useful.

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I’ve been taught to go through the same area three times and then cut it but I don’t know how well it’ll work for other projects

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Yes, back and forth 3 times usually works. Does not have to be in the same space.

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I never have any problem with my ends but when I finish a project I keep the ends long so I can weave them pretty far around the project. Sometimes I weave through the project & split the access of the yarn that is left from weaving and tie it in a knot then cut the extra

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Go back and forth three times works in different areas but I also go through the yarn so it grabs I know not every yarn you can do that with but it helps with worsted.

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Thanks dor the help

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When I am going to weave in an end, I always tie a knot into the yarn, making it harder for it to come undone.

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