After knitting fingerless gloves, you will have four loose ends to weave in. Using a darning needle, you can sew the tails into your work in a manner that matches your pattern. Then, I like to tie tiny knots to secure the tails into the work. I have divided this lesson into three parts; the cast-on tail, the bind off tails, and the tail at base of the thumb.
Below you will find both video and written guides to help you learn how to finish your fingerless gloves.
Lessons – How to Weave in the Loose Ends of Fingerless Gloves
Weave in the Cast-on Tail of Fingerless Gloves:
Learn to weave in the yarn tail at the bottom of your glove cuff in this first lesson, which can be found at this link.
Weave in the Bind-off Tails on Fingerless Gloves:
Learn to weave in the yarn tails at the tops of your glove hand and thumb in this second lesson, which can be found at this link.
Weave in the Tail at the Base of Fingerless Glove Thumbs:
Learn to weave in the yarn tail at the base of your glove thumb in this third lesson, which can be found at this link.
Practice With My Knitting Pattern
Ready to try it?
In this lesson, I’ve shown you how to finish the gloves made following my Simple Fingerless Glove Pattern, which is available here.
I’ll show you how to weave in the loose ends on mittens in the next mini-series. (Coming 10/2/2021.)