|Loose end at end|
And yet: Splitting the yarn is perfect for tucking in loose ends when the fabric has a loose gauge and the yarn itself is inclined to stay where it is blocked.
Projects using lacy pattern stitches often have a solid border to give a place for the ends - being careful to have loose ends only along edges that will have that solid stitch border.
But I have a scarfy thing stitched very loosely - Bernat Handicrafter crochet thread, #5, stitched with a size K/6.5 mm hook, using a chain-1 net stitch. There are no solid places to tuck in the loose ends.
So here's how I finished the ends:
|First pass: Run tail through a few strands, splitting the yarn|
|Second pass back through the thread of the first pass.|
Trim any excess yarn/thread to finish.
|Trim excess to finish. Where's the end?|