I get asked often about the Crochet One-Sided Afghan Cutting Ends.
What do they look like on the underside and what do I do with all those ends?!
I tried to sew them in but with this kind of work they are too easily seen and pop out! This is the last thing you want to happen for your work.
I have found the best thing for these afghans is to use a double overhand knot, check it out below. 👇
Crochet One-Sided Afghan Cutting Ends..
Here’s the underbelly of the beast for my Spring Fling Garden and my Garden Romp. Richard asked me to work up a garden romp for him in colours of my choice. I picked out what I thought my dad would like. Richard was so proud he sent me a picture of the wrong side of the afghan because it was equally amazing to him 😅
I think these afghans are just fine the way they are but if you would like to cover the underbelly there’s always the option of a fabric backing with a little bit of quilting.