Work away the ends of yarn to give your piece a neat finish. Grab a spare Kniterate knitting needle; the latch hook makes finishing easy. Everyone has their own way of hiding the yarn ends, but if you're looking for a way to do it, here are some tips. Never tie yarns together in a knot to secure them, this will make a little bump.
Cast on yarns:
Insert the open latch hook into the first knitted row about 2 inches/4 cm from the edge and guide it through to the edge. When the hook and latch are completely out, grab the yarn you want to hide and pull it into the fabric.
Bind off yarn:
Depending on the type of knitting, you can choose between the techniques you would use for either double bed or single bed knitting.
Midway double bed knitting:
Insert the open latch hook into the knitted row where the yarn is sticking out, about 2 inches/4 cm from the edge and guide it through to the edge. When the hook and latch are completely out, grab the yarn you want to hide and pull it into the fabric.
Midway single bed knitting:
This can be a bit more tricky, as you can't hide the yarn between two sides of knitting. Using the latch hook, you can work the ends of yarn through a few stitches on the wrong side of your knitting. If you can, try working the yarn through purl loops, these hide the yarn very well. Another option is to work them up or down along the edge.