Whether you're working a Fair Isle pattern or an intarsia design, color knitting involves yarn ends that have to be secured one way or another. They're a nuisance any way you look at it. You can use the quick method and work them into the fabric as you go. This gives less-than-perfect results, but sometimes it pays to throw perfection to the wind and do something reasonably well — instead of perfectly — in order to get on to the next project. The slow method can take hours but yields perfect results. You decide which way to go.
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